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82 Years Ago Today
Doncaster Locomotive The Mallard broke the world speed record for steam locomotives at 126mph.

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Arthur Wharton, the first black footballer, who lived in Edlington, broke the world 100m record.»


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Events: What's On in Doncaster on September 4th 2000

Monday 4th September 2000



On This Day in Doncaster History more»

1709: Sir Godfrey Copley dies, the organ he donated to St Mary's Church remains at time he died.
1849: The railway line between Retford and Doncaster was first opened at 6pm.
1909: Mexborough's Heavyweight boxer Iron William Hague sensationally knocks out Jim Moir in the 1st round to become England's Heavyweight Champion.
1967: Barnby Dun Station was closed to the general public.
2009: Two brothers in care viciously attack local boys in Edlington in high profile case.

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ANNIVERSARIES

82 Years Ago Today
Doncaster Locomotive The Mallard broke the world speed record for steam locomotives at 126mph.

134 Years Ago Today
Arthur Wharton, the first black footballer, who lived in Edlington, broke the world 100m record.»


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