Ironbridge Gorge


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Ironbridge Gorge

(ˈaɪənˌbrɪdʒ)
n
(Placename) a gorge formed by the river Severn in Shropshire; named after the Iron Bridge (1779), the first iron bridge of its kind in the world, now a monument to the Industrial Revolution
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The Festival of Imagination, a celebration of Ironbridge Gorge, is happening between September 14 and 29 across the Gorge World Heritage Site.
Councillor Rae Evans, Telford & Wrekin's cabinet member for customer services, partnerships, culture and leisure, said: "We are delighted Telford Film Festival is taking place down in the Ironbridge Gorge - it is a great opportunity for anyone visiting Ironbridge for the Festival of Imagination to head to Maws and see what this venue has to offer."
Because Coalport Station Holidays are based in the heart of Shropshire's stunning Ironbridge Gorge.
The Man Engine will be the star of spectacular events taking place at Ironbridge Gorge Museums, one of 10 in the area.
TAKE part in themed workshops, create something new, join in traditional Victorian style activities and follow family trails during the Easter break at the Ironbridge Gorge Museums.
See furnace, fire and steam inspired events at Shropshire's Ironbridge Gorge Museums' 50th anniversary until September 3.
Ironbridge Gorge A journey into Christmas past 2 days from PS105.00, 2 December 2016 Step back in time at Blists Hill Victorian Town, one of the museums that make up the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge, and learn how the festive season would have been celebrated in the 1800s.
PS10 offSpecial Offer Book before 31st July 2015* (c)Chris Nottingham Ironbridge Gorge Victorian Christmas A journey into the past 2 days from PS109.00, 4 December 2015 Step back in time at Blists Hill Victorian Town, one of the museums that make up the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge.
If the Industrial Revolution began anywhere, it was here in the Ironbridge Gorge. A perfect conjunction of place and people and time, the largescale smelting of iron time, the largescale smelting of iron was made possible by the switch from fuelling blast furnaces with coke rather than charcoal, a technique pioneered by Abraham Darby at nearby Coalbrookdale.
If the Industrial Revolution began anywhere, it was here in the Ironbridge Gorge. A perfect conjunction of place and people and time, the large-scale smelting of iron was made possible by the switch from fuelling blast furnaces with coke rather than charcoal, a technique pioneered by Abraham Darby at nearby Coalbrookdale.
If the Industrial Revolution began anywhere it was here in the Ironbridge Gorge. A perfect conjunction of place and people and time, the large-scale smelting of iron was made possible by the switch from fuelling blast furnaces with coke rather than charcoal, a technique pioneered by Abraham Darby at nearby Coalbrookdale.