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Some interesting info about Swindon. Swindon
is a large town within the borough of Swindon and county of
Wiltshire, in South West England. It is midway between
Bristol, 40 miles (64 km) west and Reading, 40 miles (64 km)
east. London is 81 miles (130 km) east. In the 2001 census,
the population of the Swindon urban area was 155,432, while
the wider borough of Swindon had a population of 184,000.
Swindon was named an Expanded Town under the Town
Development Act 1952 and this led to a major increase in its
population. Swindon railway station is on the line from
London Paddington to Bristol. Swindon Borough Council, is a
unitary authority independent of Wiltshire Council since
1997. Residents of Swindon are known as Swindonians. Swindon
is home to the Bodleian Library's book depository, which
contains 153 miles of bookshelves.
The town has an area of approximately 40 km˛ (25.33 mi˛).
Swindon has a temperate climate, with roughly equal length
winters and summers. The landscape is dominated by the chalk
hills of the Wiltshire Downs to the south and east. The hill
that makes up what is known as Old Town consists of Purbeck
and Portland stone; this was quarried from Roman times up
until the 1950s. The area that was known as New Swindon is
made up of mostly Kimmeridge clay with outcrops of
Corrallian clay in the areas of Penhill and Pinehurst.
Oxford clay makes up the rest of the borough. The River Ray
forms the town's western boundary, including its tributary
of the River Cole.
Nearby towns and cities: Chippenham, Wootton Bassett,
Cirencester, Cricklade, Highworth, Marlborough, Malmesbury
Nearby villages: Aldbourne, Badbury, Blunsdon, Chiseldon,
Hook, Lambourn, Liddington, Lydiard Millicent, Purton,
Ramsbury, South Marston, Wanborough, Washpool and Wroughton
Nearby places of interest: Avebury, Barbury Castle, Crofton
Pumping Station, Silbury Hill, Stonehenge and Uffington
Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Swindon include —
Coate Water, Great Quarry, Haydon Meadow, Okus Quarry, Old
Town Railway Cutting and Lydiard Country Park
Some of the info about Swindon is taken from wikipedia.org to whom we thank, but are unable to confirm it's accuracy.