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On this Day in 1925
Ferryhill War Memorial
The war memorial at Ferryhill was unveiled on the 31st January, 1925, by Brigadier General H.C. Surtees. The statue of a Durham Light Infantry soldier resting on his rifle, was built to commemorate 139 local servicemen from the Parish who died in the First World Wat (1914-18). It is located in a public garden between North Street and Chapel Terrace.
The Dirty Bottles, Alnwick
What is the story behind the infamous 'Dirty Bottles' in Alnwick?... read more
The gruesome story behind Winter's Gibbet, Elsdon, Northumberland... read more
Emily Davison - Timeline
Check out a new visual timeline of Emily Davison and the suffragette cause in 1913... read more
Irish Migration to the North East
in the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries...... read more
MOST RECENTLY PINNED IMAGES
Check out new photos from Rory Harvey and others in: Modern Sculptures. Which one is your favourite?
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