Blackburn (disambiguation)

Blackburn (disambiguation)

Blackburn is a town in Lancashire. It may also refer to:
*Blackburn with Darwen (unitary authority), Lancashire, North West England
*Blackburn (UK Parliament constituency), a constituency represented in the House of Commons
*Blackburn (see Blackburnshire), a former Hundred of the traditional county of Lancashire


Other places in England

*Blackburn, South Yorkshire


*Blackburn, West Lothian
*Blackburn, Aberdeenshire

United States

*Blackburn, Arkansas
*Blackburn, Louisiana
*Blackburn, Missouri
*Blackburn, Nevada
*Blackburn, North Carolina
*Blackburn, Ohio
*Blackburn, Oklahoma
*Blackburn, West Virginia
*Mount Blackburn (peak), Alaska
*Blackburn Hills (peak), Alaska
*Blackburn College


*Blackburn, Victoria
**Blackburn Lake Sanctuary, Victoria
*Blackburn North, Victoria
*Blackburn South, Victoria
*Blackburn High School, Blackburn North, Victoria


*Blackburn, New Zealand
*Blackburn, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
*Blackburne Airport, Montserrat
*Mount Blackburn (Antarctica)
*Blackburn Hamlet, Ontario, Canada

People with the surname "Blackburn"

*Blackburn (surname)


*5 Blackburn
*Blackburn Aircraft Limited
*Blackburn B-20
*Blackburn Hawks
*Blackburn Iris
*Blackburn Ripon
*Blackburn Roc
*Blackburn Rovers F.C.
*Blackburn Shark
*Blackburne (motorcycles), British motorcycle manufacturer 1913-1921
*Blackburnian Warbler

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