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Huntly Football Club are a senior football club, currently playing in the Highland League in Scotland. The club was founded in 1928 and plays at Christie Park in Huntly.
Huntly is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, formerly known as Milton of Strathbogie or simply Strathbogie. It had a population of 4,460 in 2004 and is the site of Huntly Castle.
Huntly (population 8,070) is a town in the Waikato district and region of the North Island of New Zealand. It is on State Highway 1, 95 kilometres south of Auckland and 32 kilometres north of Hamilton.
Huntly Castle is a ruined castle in Huntly in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It was the ancestral home of the chief of Clan Gordon, Earl of Huntly.
Huntly railway station is a railway station serving the town of Huntly in Scotland. The station is managed by Abellio ScotRail and is on the Aberdeen to Inverness Line.
The Huntly Power Station is the largest thermal power station in New Zealand and is located in the town of Huntly in the Waikato. It is operated by Genesis Energy Limited, a publicly listed company , and is capable of supplying over 31% of the country's current electricity needs.
Huntly D. Millar was the founder and CEO of Millar, Inc. He was awarded the Laufman-Greatbatch Prize from the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation in 2001 for his contributions to the advancement of medical instrumentation, such as the Millar Mikro-Tip Catheter and Millar micromanometers.
The Huntly rail bridge bombing occurred on the Awaroa Branch, near Huntly, New Zealand on 30 April 1951. The bombing took place amid the 1951 New Zealand waterfront dispute, an industrial dispute over the working conditions and wages of dockworkers.
The Huntly Football Club is an Australian Rules Football club which competes in the Heathcote District Football League . The club, known as the Huntly Hawks, is based in Huntly, Victoria and has participated in the HDFL since 1986.
Huntly Railway Station was on the North Island Main Trunk line and the Awaroa Branch in the town of Huntly in the Waikato District of New Zealand, 65 mi south of Auckland.