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Underwood Park is an unincorporated community in Mendocino County, California. It is located near U.S. Route 101 0.25 miles (0.4 km) south-southwest of Leggett, at an elevation of 997 feet.
Underwood Park was a football ground in Paisley, Scotland. It was the home ground of Abercorn during their first decade in the Scottish Football League.
Underwood Park is a multi-sport venue located at Rochedale, Queensland, Queensland. It is home to Rochedale Rovers.
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John Muir also known as "John of the Mountains" and "Father of the National Parks", was an influential Scottish-American naturalist, author, environmental philosopher, glaciologist, and early advocate for the preservation of wilderness in the United States of America.
The Dundee–Happy Hollow Historic District is located west of Midtown Omaha, Nebraska. It covers the area between Leavenworth Street on the south, Hamilton Street on the north, Happy Hollow Boulevard on the west, and 46th Street on the east. The "heart" of Dundee is located at 50th and Underwood Avenue in Omaha, Nebraska, United States. It was founded in 1880 and annexed into the city in 1915. Dundee is home to Warren Buffett and nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist Jeff Koterba and birthplace of Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alexander Payne.
Gilbert Stanley Underwood (1890–1960) was an American architect best known for his National Park lodges. Born in 1890, Underwood received his B.A. from Yale in 1920 and a M.A. from Harvard in 1923. After opening an office in Los Angeles that year, he became associated with Daniel Ray Hull of the National Park Service. This led to a commission with the Utah Parks Company of the Union Pacific Railroad which was developing the parks in hopes of producing destinations for travelers. During this time Underwood designed lodges for Cedar Breaks National Monument, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park. His surviving Utah Parks Company buildings are considered exceptional examples of the Rustic style of architecture, and are all listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, Underwood was contracted to design Yosemite National Park's The Ahwahnee, also on the National Register and probably his greatest triumph in the Rustic style.
The South East Busway is a grade separated bus-only road running south from the Brisbane central business district to Eight Mile Plains in Queensland, Australia. The busway was completed to Woolloongabba in September 2000 and to Eight Mile Plains in April 2001. An extension of the busway to School Road at Rochedale was completed in 2014.
Leith Athletic Football Club is a football club based in the Leith area of Edinburgh, Scotland. They compete in the East of Scotland Football League, Conference A. First team matches are played at Peffermill 3G.
Abercorn Football Club was a football club based in Paisley, Scotland. The club were members of the Scottish Football League from 1890 until 1915 and folded in 1920. Abercorn were founder members of the Scottish Football League, but eventually could not compete with local rivals St Mirren. During their time in the SFL the club played at Underwood Park, Old Ralston Park and New Ralston Park. Their colours were blue and white stripes.
The Rochedale Rovers are a semi-professional football club that play at Underwood Park in Priestdale, next to Rochedale South in Queensland, Australia. Rochedale Rovers FC compete in the Football Queensland Premier League in Queensland, Australia.
St Mirren Park, more commonly known as Love Street, was a football stadium located on Love Street in Paisley, Scotland. At one time the stadium was capable of accommodating almost 50,000 spectators, however in its final years it had an all-seated capacity of 10,800. Until its closure in 2009, it was the home ground of St Mirren F.C..
Rochedale South is a northern residential suburb of Logan City Council, 19 km south of Brisbane CBD, Australia. It borders Rochedale, Eight Mile Plains, Priestdale, Springwood and Underwood. At the 2016 Australian Census the suburb recorded a population of 15,317.
Underwood is a suburb located south-east of the Brisbane central business district in Queensland, Australia. Its local government area is the Logan City Council.
Rochedale is an outer southern suburb of the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is 17 kilometres (11 mi) south-east of the Brisbane central business district. At the 2016 Australian Census the suburb recorded a population of 3,175. The suburb's western boundary is partially aligned with the Gateway Motorway and Bulimba Creek.
The 1889–90 British Home Championship was an edition of the annual international football tournament played between the British Home Nations. The seventh such competition held, the 1890 edition was, for the second time, jointly won by England and Scotland, the sixth time that Scotland had won. Played during the second half of the 1889/90 season, the tournament was also notable for two matches played by England on the 15 March against Wales and Ireland simultaneously. With an increasingly crowded domestic schedule cramping available dates for matches, England fielded two entirely separate teams, both of which won their games with an aggregate of twelve goals to two.
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Kelli Underwood is an Australian radio and television sports journalist and sportscaster specialising in Australian rules football, netball and tennis. She is notable as being the first woman to call an Australian Football League match on television and radio.
The Rochedale Busway Station is a proposed Busway Station to be built at Rochedale near Underwood Road as part of an extension to the South East Busway. The station will be served by TransLink bus routes. It will be the station between the existing Eight Mile Plains Station and Springwood Bus Station.
Old Ralston Park was a football ground in Paisley, Scotland. It was the home ground of Abercorn during their second decade in the Scottish Football League.