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songs

Songs about Cranage:

songsSpeaking Trap (Cranage Remix) by Beatz Projekted from the Album Speaking Trap

books

Books about Cranage:

booksMonuments of English municipal life. Edited by D.H.S. Cranage by David Herbert Somerset Cranage and W 1849-1919 Cunningham (Aug 31, 2012)

booksMonuments of English Municipal Life / Edited by D. H. S. Cranage by Cunningham W. (William) 1849-1919 (Jan 28, 2013)

booksReasons for extending the publick wharfs in the Port of London; and for settling a table of rates for wharfage... by See Notes Multiple Contributors (Jun 10, 2010)

booksReasons For Extending The Publick Wharfs In The Port Of London, And For Settling A Table Of Rates For Warfage... by Anonymous (Aug 13, 2011)

books[ THE HOME OF THE MONK: AN ACCOUNT OF ENGLISH MONASTIC LIFE AND BUILDINGS IN THE MIDDLE AGES (CAMBRIDGE LIBRARY... by David Herbert Somerset Cranage (Jul 29, 2010)

booksMental Education by Cranage, J Edward published by Nabu Press (2010) [Paperback] (May 25, 2010)

booksJourney Through Time: Holmes Chapel, Cotton and Cranage by Annabel Capewell and etc. (Sep 1996)

wiki

Wiki information Cranage:

Cranage
English civil parish, Location, Statistical region, Dated location, Administrative Division, City/Town/Village

Cranage is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire East and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. According to the 2001 Official UK Census, the population of the entire civil parish was 1,130.

Cranage Hall

Cranage Hall is a former country house in the village of Cranage, Cheshire, England. It was built in 1828–29 for Lawrence Armitstead, and designed by Lewis Wyatt. In 1932 a parallel wing was added. Since the hospital closed, it has been used as a...