Britannia is a suburb of Bacup in the Rossendale borough of Lancashire, England. It lies on the course of two major roads and has a school and a nature reserve. Rochdale is to the south. Inchfield Moor in West Yorkshire is to the east.
Location within Rossendale
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List of A roads in zone 6 in Great Britain starting east of the A6 and A7 roads and west of the A1 (road beginning with 6).Bacup railway station
Bacup railway station served the town of Bacup in Rossendale, Lancashire, England, from 1852 until closure in 1966 and was the terminus of two lines one from Rawtenstall and the other from Rochdale.Britannia railway station
Britannia railway station served Britannia near Bacup in Rossendale, Lancashire, England, from 1881 until closure in 1917. The station was just to the west of the summit of the line, which was also the highest point on the entire Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (LYR) system.
Geography of the Borough of Rossendale