Category:Bardney

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Ænglisc: Beordan īeȝ is smæl tūn on 10 mīlum be Lincolnes ēastum in Englalandes.
Deutsch: Bardney ist eine englische Kleinstadt in Lincolnshire im mittleren Osten (East Midlands) von England.
English: Bardney is a village east of Lincoln, sitting on the north side of the River Witham in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England, notable for the huge British Sugar factory, which ceased processing on 9 February 2001. There is a mediaeval abbey, ruined in Henry VIII's dissolution of the monasteries, a church and a small primary school.
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Bardney 
village in West Lindsey, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
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LocationWest Lindsey, Lincolnshire, East Midlands, England
Said to be the same asBardney (Wikimedia duplicated page, civil parish)
Map53° 12′ 39.6″ N, 0° 19′ 27.7″ W
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Wikidata Q808025
VIAF ID: 233911066
GND ID: 7525781-6
U.S. National Archives Identifier: 10037979
OpenStreetMap relation ID: 1866076
TOID: 7000000000005866, 4000000074554017
Vision of Britain place ID: 11499
GSS code (2011): E04005958
OpenDomesday settlement ID: TF1169/bardney
Vision of Britain unit ID: 10396463
KEPN ID: Lincolnshire/Bardney
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