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1. In former times, England had her Tyburn , to which the devoted victims of justice were conducted in solemn procession up what is now called Oxford Road.
2. He added that parts of Tyburn Road in Erdington were not gritted and people could not get up most of the Stockland Green hills.
3. Its western end is now at Marble Arch, where Tyburn used to be.
4. In 1759 a small landmark in the history of Tyburn occurred.
5. On 27 March he was involved in a scuffle with his prisoners at Tyburn.
6. Also dispensed with was the sounding of the great bell after the victims had reached Tyburn and had been hanged.
7. The Met Police said there have been 10 arrests after an attack at the Tyburn Pub on Edgware Road.
8. The rest of his body was probably thrown into the pit at Tyburn, where it remained.
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