ROAD CLOSURES On Thursday 8th June the elite cycling series The Women’s Tour visits Stoke-on-Trent for another fantastic stage. The 144km stage starts and finishes in the city and there are likely to be some temporary road closures in the afternoon as the climax of the race makes its way into the city centre. Check out this timetable to see when the race is due to pass by. It may be helpful to factor this into plans for travelling to the Festival and parking. The race comes into Stoke-on-Trent from Leek along Leek Road, goes up Bottleslow Street into Hanley, moves along the Potteries Way and Albion Street to finish outside the town hall.)
With the Government of Salta as operator of the service, the Tren a las Nubes was announced to be running again by March, 2015,   although the service did not begin running again until 4 April 2015. During the 8-month closure of the line, both the National Government and the government of Salta had restored many of the rails as well as the rolling stock.  For that refurbishing, coaches were remodeled by the Province along with freight transport company Belgrano Cargas , while diesel locomotives were repaired at Alta Córdoba workshops. 
Henry Hotspur's speech complaining about the river has been linked to the meanders near West Burton ,  however, given the wider context of the scene, in which conspirators propose to divide England into three after a revolt, it is thought that Hotspur’s intentions were of a grander design, diverting the river east towards the Wash such that he would benefit from a much larger share of the divided Kingdom. Downstream of Burton upon Trent , the river increasingly trends northwards, cutting off a portion of Nottinghamshire and nearly all of Lincolnshire from his share, north of the Trent.   The idea for this scene, may have been based on the disagreement regarding a mill weir near Shelford Manor , between local landowners Gilbert Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury , and Sir Thomas Stanhope which culminated with a long diversion channel being dug to bypass the mill.  This took place in 1593 so would have been a contemporary topic in the Shakespearian period.