Bridport

Bridport, Dorset, South West England, England, United Kingdom
category: place — type: town — OSM: relation 3102333

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Holy Trinity Church, Bothenhampton (Q5886458)
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Holy Trinity Church is a Church of England parish church at Bothenhampton, near Bridport in Dorset, England. It was designed and built by the English arts and crafts architect Edward Schroeder Prior in 1887–89. It is a Grade II* listed building.

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Bridport East Street railway station (Q4966997)
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Bridport East Street was a railway station on the Bridport Railway in the west of the English county of Dorset. Opened on 11 March 1884, before the extension terminus at West Bay, it was just south of the level crossing on the A35 Dorchester to Honiton road, slightly nearer the centre of Bridport than the main station at Bradpole Road. Closed during the First World War and again in 1921, the station closed permanently with the West Bay extension on 22 September 1930, when the Great Western Railway gave up on hopes of creating a resort at West Bay.\n

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Coneygar (Q5159618)
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Coneygar (sometimes as Conygar, its original spelling) is a suburb of Bridport in Dorset, England. It is also common to find its use throughout the Cotswolds and other rural areas.\n

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Bridport railway station (Q4966999)
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Bridport railway station formerly served the town of Bridport in the English county of Dorset. The station was on the Maiden Newton-Bridport branch line; the station (and branch line) opened in 1857 and was closed by British Rail in 1975.\n

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