When was Glenfield built?

When was Glenfield built?

When was Glenfield built?

The Glenfield Tunnel is one of the world’s first steam railway tunnels and is just over one mile long. It was designed by the famous railway engineer George Stephenson and built between 1829–32 under the supervision of his son Robert.

Is Glenfield a part of Leicester?

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Glenfield is a large village in the civil parish of Glenfields in the Blaby district of Leicestershire, England. At the 2011 Census, it had a population of 9,643. Its located at the northwestern fringe of the city of Leicester.

What’s the population of Glenfield?

In the 2016 Census, there were 9,633 people in Glenfield (NSW) (State Suburbs). Of these 49.0% were male and 51.0% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 1.4% of the population. The median age of people in Glenfield (NSW) (State Suburbs) was 35 years.

What district is Glenfield?

district of Blaby
Glenfield is located in the district of Blaby.

Which trust is Glenfield Hospital?

University Hospitals Of Leicester NHS Trust
University Hospitals Of Leicester NHS Trust.

How many houses are there in Glenfield?

Glenfield (NSW)

All private dwellings 3,205
Median weekly household income $1,757
Median monthly mortgage repayments $2,000
Median weekly rent $390
Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.7

What is someone from Leicester called?

People from Leicester are Leicesterians.

What council is Glenfield?

Campbelltown City Council
Home – Campbelltown City Council.

What council is Coalville?

North West Leicestershire District Council
North West Leicestershire District Council.

What does Glenfield Hospital specializes in?

Glenfield Hospital provides a range services for patients, including nationally recognised medical care for heart disease, lung cancer and breast care. Like the other hospitals within Leicester Hospitals, Glenfield Hospital is a teaching hospital and has a purpose-built Clinical Education Centre.

How did Glenfield get its name?

The existence of Mayfield in Canterbury meant that the name was never officially bestowed upon the area by the postal service. On 12 March 1912, the area was renamed Glenfield by the postal service.