Lancashire and West Yorkshire
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Visit Lancashire and West Yorkshire to find out how cotton was Britain's greatest export in the 19th century. Dr. Nubia begins his walk in Queen Street Mill, the world's last surviving steam-powered weaving mill, before stepping into the Victorian classroom.
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Dr. Nubia ventures through London, where so much of what can be seen - from its masses of railways to its famous landmarks - has its origins in Victorian Britain.
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Travel through Edinburgh, exploring the city's Old Town and the first medical school in the country. Discover how overcrowding in Victorian Edinburgh led to disease, fires and building collapse, leading to the establishment of the New Town.
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Dr. Nubia explores the city known for lace industry in Britain and visits Nottinghamshire County jail, where he discovers extreme forms of punishment.
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Liverpool, once the most important port in the Victorian world, connected Britain to the world by participating in 40 percent of all global trade during the era.
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Dr. Onyeka Nubia visits Birmingham, known as "the city of a thousand trades.” Through developments in transport and great institutions, an influential modern city was born.
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