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This is probably the largest other place called Rugby, although in 1990 the population was only 2909. That is large enough to class as a 'city', which defines how the local government is organized. It has it's own municipal airport.
This town is well known for being at the geographic centre of the USA.
As well as the settlement there is a Rugby Canyon and a Rugby Rock mountain near by.
This is located about 10km east of the town of Pontiac, about 120km (80 miles) south west of Chicago.
This is 5km east of the small town of Hope. It is about 65km south east of Indianapolis and 100km west of Cincinnati.
This is near Hendersonville, about 30km south of Asheville. One of the local schools is Rugby Junior High School.
A suburb of Memphis, about 8km north of the city centre.
This settlement is about 15km ESE of Jamestown and 30km SW of Oneida. It is about 90km NW of Knoxville. It is at the junction of three counties and part is in Scott county.
The settlement was founded in 1880 by Thomas Hughes, author of Tom Brown's School Days. It was an experiment in utopian living but was deserted after only 10 years. About half the original buildings survive and have been restored.
15km east of Charlottesville. There is a Rugby Road in Charlottesville.
15km SW of Independence, very close to the state boundry with North Carolina. At the northern end of the Appalachian Mountains.
An area of Roanoke City, just north of the centre.
On the west bank of Chesapeake Bay, 50km ENE of Washington D.C. and 30km SSE of Baltimore. Arnold is the nearest postal town and it is close to Annapolis.
On the outer fringes of the suburbs of Milwaukee, about 35km NW of the centre.
About 50km S.E. of Cape Town, at a rough estimate.
This is a local name for part of a larger settlement.
Somewhere near the Botswana border in North West Province, about 150km west of Mmabatho ( Mafikeng ).
Due North of Canbera and west of Wollongong ( a town south of Sydney ).
This is a local place name rather than the name of a township.
The peak of the Rugby Range of mountains.
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