English country home of Confederate leader General Lee's family goes on sale for A 2.2MILLION - complete with a two-storey cellar, a pool and a ruined CHURCH An English country home of Confederate leader General Lee's family has gone on the market for A 2.2million. Coton Hall in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, is the ancestral home of the Lee family - one of America's most successful families.
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Elsewhere in the county, the centres at Bridgnorth and Shrewsbury had to close from Christmas Day into Boxing Day with staff sent to Telford. "They were short-staffed in Telford so they had to send the Oswestry midwives over there," she said.
After following sleigh rides, canal tours and bus rides in real-time, BBC4's latest slow TV project sees us jump onboard the Flying Scotsman locomotive for a scenic jaunt through the midlands of England, complete with nice views, interesting facts and lots of steamy moments. You know, because it's a steam engine.
The locomotive will take you on the journey along the Severn Valley railway in the Midlands, from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster, all from the point of view of the driver. The crew of the locomotive 60103 take it through stunning landscapes as "cab cameras" capture veteran driver Roger Borfolk and fireman Ryan Green in action as they talk through the mechanics and challenges of operating the refurbished Flying Scotsman.