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Danita Delimont – Trains – Australia, Dandenong Ranges. historic steam train. Belgrave Station. – 21 oz Sports Water Bottle

  • Made of stainless steel. Capacity: 21oz
  • 2 twist on caps – 1 easy-flow drinking spout and 1 standard cap. Carabineer clip also included.
  • Custom printed high gloss image sublimated directly to white glossy exterior surface.
  • Fits most cup holders.
  • Not intended for dishwasher or microwave use.

Product Description
Australia, Dandenong Ranges. historic steam train. Belgrave Station. Water Bottle is is an eco-friendly way to carry your favorite drink to school, work or anywhere you go. This 21 oz stainless steel sports bottle features 2 caps, 1 easy-flow twist on drinking spout and 1 standard twist on cap. Another great feature is the included carabiner clip that allows you to attach your bottle securely. Custom printed high gloss image sublimated directly to white glossy exter… More >>

Danita Delimont – Trains – Australia, Dandenong Ranges. historic steam train. Belgrave Station. – 21 oz Sports Water Bottle

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British Sports and Icons Given To the World

British Sports and Icons Given To the World

Many years ago in the 1920’s my great Aunt Hilda traced our family tree back to the Kings and Queens of England from the 7th. Century. This basically means I am related to most of the British Royal Family going back 1500 years. This has made me a great fan of British History and below is a list of links of British Icons that have influenced my life.

I have also added a list of the many Sports and Games given to the world by us here in the UK.

1) King Alfred The Great
2) Boudeca, Queen Chief of the Iceni Tribe
3) King Edward the Confessor ( I am Related to )
4) Queen Elizabeth the 1st
5) Queen Victoria
6) Queen Elizabeth the 2nd.

7) William Shakespeare
8) Charles Dickens
9) Agatha Christie ( Author of Miss Marple and Poiret )
10) J.K Rowling ( Author of the Harry Potter Books )
11) Sir Terry Pratchett ( Author of the Disc World Books )
12) James Herbert ( Horror Story writer of many novels including The Rats )
13) Sir Christopher Wren ( I am related to )
13b) Sir Isambard Kingdom Brunel
13c) James Watt ( Inventor of the Steam Engine )
13d) George Stevenson ( Inventor of the Steam Train )
13e) Sir Isaac Newton
13f) Charles Darwin
14) Rudyard Kipling ( Author of the Jungle Book )
14b) H.G. Wells ( Author of The Time Traveller )
14c) Arthur Conan Doyle ( Author of Sherlock Holmes )
14d) Bram Stoker ( Author of Count Dracula )
14e) Mary Shelley ( Author of Frakenstein )

14) Sir Walter Raleigh
15) Sir Francis Drake
16) Duke Of Marlborough
17) Admiral Lord Nelson
18) Duke of Wellington
19) Bernard Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein

20) Robert Walpole, 1st. Earl of Orford ( Regarded as the first Prime Minister in the modern sense );
21) William The Pit The Younger ( introduced the first Income tax )
22) Charles Grey, The Earl Grey ( restriction of employment of children; reform of the poor Laws, abolition of Slavery )
23) Sir Robert Peel ( Created the first National Police Force )
24) Edward Smith -Stanley, The Earl Derby. ( Father of the Conservative party ).
25) Benjamin Disraeli ( Queen Victoria’s favorite Prime Minister )
26) Sir Winston Churchill ( Saviour of the world by defeating Hitler, Mussolini and Japanese Emporer )
27) Lady Margarat Thatcher ( First female prime minister and creator of Privatisation ).

28) The 1966 England World Cup Winning Team
29) The Portsmouth F.Cup Winning Team from 2008
30) Sir Ian Botham
31) David Beckham
32) Lord Sebastian Coe
33) Steve Ovett
34) Virginia Wade
35) David Bedford
36) Johnny Wilkinson
37) Torvil and Dean
38) Jennifer Ennis
39) Dame Kelly Holmes

40) Freddie Mercury
41) Elton John
42) Queen
43) Electric Light Orchestra ( ELO )
44) The Beatles
45) Annie Lennox
45b) Pink Floyd
45c) Genesis
46d) The Spice girls

46) Tom Baker
47) Lord Olivier
48) Sir Roger Moore
49) Cary Grant
50) Peter Davidson
51) John Pertwee

Cricket

England Football Team

Portsmouth F. C. ( My Favorite Football Club – Pompey )

Sheffield F.C 1857 ( The Oldest Football Club In The World )

Wembley Stadium and Football Association ( Home of Football )

Wimbledon Tennis Championship ( Home of Tennis )

Saint Andrews ( Home Of Golf )

Lords Cricket Ground ( Home of Cricket )

The Jockey Club ( Home of Horse Racing )

Sebastian Coe

Steve Ovett

Steven Redgrave

The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race

David Beckham

George Best

Lester Piggett

Lewis Hamilton

Ian Botham

W.G.Grace

Andrew Flintoff

The England 1966 World Cup Winning Football Team

Speedway

Football / Soccer

English Premier League

American Football – Adapted from English Rugby

Rugby League

Rugby Union

Billiards

Snooker

Croquet

Curling

The Boat Race

Squash

Bowls

Tennis

Badminton

Table Tennis

Rounders

Softball

Baseball – Adapted from Rounders and Softball

Modern Olympic Games Held from 1846 Village of Wenlock by Dr. William Penny Brookes

Horse Racing

Polo

Show Jumpingarts

Modern Archery

Bar Billiards

Shove A Ha’penny

Golf

Skittles

Yachting and Sailing

Bobsleigh

Skeleton

Real Tennis

Hovercraft Racing

Field Hockey

Ten Pin

Darts

Boxing

Bowls

Pigeon Racing

Greyhound Racing

Stag Hunting

Fox Hunting

Otter Hunting

Angling

Formula One ( The First Ever Formula One race was Held in England in 1948 )

Boccia

A to Z British Games and Icons

British Games

Card Sharp

Ludo

Bingo

Cribbage

Crossword Puzzles

Jigsaw Puzzles

Reversi

Anexation

Snakes and ladders

Quoits

Shove Ha’penny

Shoffe Groat

Aunt Sally

Ringing The Bull

Slide thrift

Rings

Caves

3 Mens Morris

Jenga

Shut the box

Bowls

Bagatelle

Stoolball

Bat and Ball

Pitch Penny

Toad in Hole

English Morris Dancing

The Valentine Card

William Wordsworth

Oxford University 1096

Cambridge University 1209

Haggis – A Dish first seen in a English Receipe Book from 1615 and loved by the Scots

London Hansom Black Cab

First British canal in AD50

Double Decker Buses ( Routemasters )

History of British Post Box

Histoy of British Telephone Box

Cludge Molliers

English Folk Songs

We British Invented the Fizz and Sparkle in Champagne

Scottish, Irish and English Kilts

History of London Stock Exchange

History of English Sterling Silver and Gold Hallmarks 1300 to present

English Language

English Peoples

British Peoples

Welsh Peoples

Irish Peoples

Scottish Peoples

Union Jack

A Compleat Angler by Charles Cotton and Izaac Walton

The Magna Carta

The Doomsday Book

Anglo Saxon Chronicles

English Jury Service

The English Sherriff

The King James Bible

Beowulf

BagPipes

Tower of London’s Beefeaters or Yeoman of the Guard

Saint Georges Day Englands Patron Saint

Saint Andrews Day Scotlands Patron Saint

Saint Patrick’s Day Ireland’s Patron Saint ( Saint Patrick was an Englishman )

Saint Davids Day Welsh Patron Saint

Listing of All Other British Saints

The City of London ( survey found that over 350 languages are spoken in London Schools )

British Telephone Box

Augustus Pugin

Sir Charles Barry

Sir Christopher Wren ( I am a direct descendent )

Carnaby Street

The Iconic English Pub

Houses of Parliament and Big ben

Number 10 Downing Street

Buckingham Palace

Windsor Castle

Oxford Street

Regent Street

Mayfair

London Theatreland

The London Eye

Madame Tussaud Waxworks Museum

Tower Of London

Windsor Castle

Whitechapel ( aka Where Jack The Ripper Killed. aka Mr Tumblety was the Ripper )

Please click here for A to Z Iconic British Buildings and Places

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by - June 22, 2010 at 10:37 pm

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British Sports and Icons Given To the World

British Sports and Icons Given To the World

Many years ago in the 1920’s my great Aunt Hilda traced our family tree back to the Kings and Queens of England from the 7th. Century. This basically means I am related to most of the British Royal Family going back 1500 years. This has made me a great fan of British History and below is a list of links of British Icons that have influenced my life.

I have also added a list of the many Sports and Games given to the world by us here in the UK.

1) King Alfred The Great
2) Boudeca, Queen Chief of the Iceni Tribe
3) King Edward the Confessor ( I am Related to )
4) Queen Elizabeth the 1st
5) Queen Victoria
6) Queen Elizabeth the 2nd.

7) William Shakespeare
8) Charles Dickens
9) Agatha Christie ( Author of Miss Marple and Poiret )
10) J.K Rowling ( Author of the Harry Potter Books )
11) Sir Terry Pratchett ( Author of the Disc World Books )
12) James Herbert ( Horror Story writer of many novels including The Rats )
13) Sir Christopher Wren ( I am related to )
13b) Sir Isambard Kingdom Brunel
13c) James Watt ( Inventor of the Steam Engine )
13d) George Stevenson ( Inventor of the Steam Train )
13e) Sir Isaac Newton
13f) Charles Darwin
14) Rudyard Kipling ( Author of the Jungle Book )
14b) H.G. Wells ( Author of The Time Traveller )
14c) Arthur Conan Doyle ( Author of Sherlock Holmes )
14d) Bram Stoker ( Author of Count Dracula )
14e) Mary Shelley ( Author of Frakenstein )

14) Sir Walter Raleigh
15) Sir Francis Drake
16) Duke Of Marlborough
17) Admiral Lord Nelson
18) Duke of Wellington
19) Bernard Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein

20) Robert Walpole, 1st. Earl of Orford ( Regarded as the first Prime Minister in the modern sense );
21) William The Pit The Younger ( introduced the first Income tax )
22) Charles Grey, The Earl Grey ( restriction of employment of children; reform of the poor Laws, abolition of Slavery )
23) Sir Robert Peel ( Created the first National Police Force )
24) Edward Smith -Stanley, The Earl Derby. ( Father of the Conservative party ).
25) Benjamin Disraeli ( Queen Victoria’s favorite Prime Minister )
26) Sir Winston Churchill ( Saviour of the world by defeating Hitler, Mussolini and Japanese Emporer )
27) Lady Margarat Thatcher ( First female prime minister and creator of Privatisation ).

28) The 1966 England World Cup Winning Team
29) The Portsmouth F.Cup Winning Team from 2008
30) Sir Ian Botham
31) David Beckham
32) Lord Sebastian Coe
33) Steve Ovett
34) Virginia Wade
35) David Bedford
36) Johnny Wilkinson
37) Torvil and Dean
38) Jennifer Ennis
39) Dame Kelly Holmes

40) Freddie Mercury
41) Elton John
42) Queen
43) Electric Light Orchestra ( ELO )
44) The Beatles
45) Annie Lennox
45b) Pink Floyd
45c) Genesis
46d) The Spice girls

46) Tom Baker
47) Lord Olivier
48) Sir Roger Moore
49) Cary Grant
50) Peter Davidson
51) John Pertwee

Cricket

England Football Team

Portsmouth F. C. ( My Favorite Football Club – Pompey )

Sheffield F.C 1857 ( The Oldest Football Club In The World )

Wembley Stadium and Football Association ( Home of Football )

Wimbledon Tennis Championship ( Home of Tennis )

Saint Andrews ( Home Of Golf )

Lords Cricket Ground ( Home of Cricket )

The Jockey Club ( Home of Horse Racing )

Sebastian Coe

Steve Ovett

Steven Redgrave

The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race

David Beckham

George Best

Lester Piggett

Lewis Hamilton

Ian Botham

W.G.Grace

Andrew Flintoff

The England 1966 World Cup Winning Football Team

Speedway

Football / Soccer

English Premier League

American Football – Adapted from English Rugby

Rugby League

Rugby Union

Billiards

Snooker

Croquet

Curling

The Boat Race

Squash

Bowls

Tennis

Badminton

Table Tennis

Rounders

Softball

Baseball – Adapted from Rounders and Softball

Modern Olympic Games Held from 1846 Village of Wenlock by Dr. William Penny Brookes

Horse Racing

Polo

Show Jumpingarts

Modern Archery

Bar Billiards

Shove A Ha’penny

Golf

Skittles

Yachting and Sailing

Bobsleigh

Skeleton

Real Tennis

Hovercraft Racing

Field Hockey

Ten Pin

Darts

Boxing

Bowls

Pigeon Racing

Greyhound Racing

Stag Hunting

Fox Hunting

Otter Hunting

Angling

Formula One ( The First Ever Formula One race was Held in England in 1948 )

Boccia

A to Z British Games and Icons

British Games

Card Sharp

Ludo

Bingo

Cribbage

Crossword Puzzles

Jigsaw Puzzles

Reversi

Anexation

Snakes and ladders

Quoits

Shove Ha’penny

Shoffe Groat

Aunt Sally

Ringing The Bull

Slide thrift

Rings

Caves

3 Mens Morris

Jenga

Shut the box

Bowls

Bagatelle

Stoolball

Bat and Ball

Pitch Penny

Toad in Hole

English Morris Dancing

The Valentine Card

William Wordsworth

Oxford University 1096

Cambridge University 1209

Haggis – A Dish first seen in a English Receipe Book from 1615 and loved by the Scots

London Hansom Black Cab

First British canal in AD50

Double Decker Buses ( Routemasters )

History of British Post Box

Histoy of British Telephone Box

Cludge Molliers

English Folk Songs

We British Invented the Fizz and Sparkle in Champagne

Scottish, Irish and English Kilts

History of London Stock Exchange

History of English Sterling Silver and Gold Hallmarks 1300 to present

English Language

English Peoples

British Peoples

Welsh Peoples

Irish Peoples

Scottish Peoples

Union Jack

A Compleat Angler by Charles Cotton and Izaac Walton

The Magna Carta

The Doomsday Book

Anglo Saxon Chronicles

English Jury Service

The English Sherriff

The King James Bible

Beowulf

BagPipes

Tower of London’s Beefeaters or Yeoman of the Guard

Saint Georges Day Englands Patron Saint

Saint Andrews Day Scotlands Patron Saint

Saint Patrick’s Day Ireland’s Patron Saint ( Saint Patrick was an Englishman )

Saint Davids Day Welsh Patron Saint

Listing of All Other British Saints

The City of London ( survey found that over 350 languages are spoken in London Schools )

British Telephone Box

Augustus Pugin

Sir Charles Barry

Sir Christopher Wren ( I am a direct descendent )

Carnaby Street

The Iconic English Pub

Houses of Parliament and Big ben

Number 10 Downing Street

Buckingham Palace

Windsor Castle

Oxford Street

Regent Street

Mayfair

London Theatreland

The London Eye

Madame Tussaud Waxworks Museum

Tower Of London

Windsor Castle

Whitechapel ( aka Where Jack The Ripper Killed. aka Mr Tumblety was the Ripper )

Please click here for A to Z Iconic British Buildings and Places

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