Heming Way

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Heming Way

Dunell Hills [1,35]

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Heming Way



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This location is on the list of Amusing Locations in Malton

This street in Dunell Hills is named, in a roundabout way, after the author Ernest Hemingway. The writer spent a short amount of time in a boarding house on the street during his time as an Amex (American Expatriate). It is believed that he did not produce any notable writing during this time, but a later city planner noted the fact and decided to rename the current Mulberry Drive after the author. Unfortunately the boarding house Hemingway had lived in was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1912, only to be replaced by a grove of Mulberry trees, sparking intense debate over plans to revert the street to its original name.

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This location is the winner of the Best ALiM (based solely on name) in the 2008 ALiM Awards.

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