Their imaginations thus stimulated, they would invent plays involving highwaymen and other historical characters.
Cranford Park would appear to have played an important role in teaching children not only the value of the natural environment, but also igniting their imaginations with sparks from the historical echoes surrounding them.
The Paddy Lincoln Gang are a rock band with everything - as well as total immersion in sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll.
The natural world which could be observed in Cranford Park was clearly a significant attraction for many children : this is perfectly summarised in one visitor’s observation that, ” It was a classroom for a child to learn about nature and the changing seasons. For some children, the stables were an intriguing source of mystery . Would they see the ghostly figure of the mysterious ‘Grey Lady ‘?
Fifteen true life stories from people struggling with love, loss, homelessness, alcoholism, betrayal and suicidal tendencies.
This film explores those moments, big and small, in which strangers impact another person's life in ways they couldn't possibly imagine, all in an effort to answer that elusive question, "What is it all about?
It was designed in the 1920s by the Olmsted Brothers firm, who were the sons of the eminent landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted.
The Cranford section follows the banks of the meandering Rahway River as it flows south through Lenape Park, Nomahegan Park, Hampton Park, Mac Connell Park, Hanson Park, Sperry Park, Crane's Park, Droeschers Mill Park, and Mohawk Park.