Biffen Lane (Ruddlebank)

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Biffen Lane

Ruddlebank [11, 86]

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Biffen Lane (Ruddlebank)



During the Industrial Revolution, muscled hungarian workers with twisty moustaches and thighs flattened this lane by repeatedly punching the ground with their bare hands, hence its modern name.

The famous 'Blues of Biffen Lane' now honours the sacrifice of those mighty men.

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