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1775


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1770s Washington Colliery (1775-1968) The Lion Bridge Featherstone Bridge Dam on the River Coquet Jack Crawford (1775 - 1831) Kielder Castle
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Kielder Castle - Keys to the Past
- "Kielder Castle was built in 1775 by architect William Newton from a design of the Duke of Northumberland. The Castle was built in the Gothick style, and used as a ...

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Jack Crawford

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Lion Bridge

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The Lion Bridge
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The Lion Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The Lion Bridge over the River Aln at Alnwick was built in 1775 by John Adam.[1] The stone bridge has 4 arches and in the centre&nbsp;of ...
Washington Colliery (1775-1968)
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Washington Colliery (1775-1968)
- "In December 1775 Robert Shafto, Sir Gilfred Lawson and Sir James Musgrave, the Lords of the Manor of Washington, leased the coal under the northern part of the Parish to ...
Jack Crawford (1775 - 1831)
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Jack Crawford (1775 - 1831)
- Overview About Jack Crawford Jack Crawford was born on 22nd March 1775 at Thornhill&rsquo;s Bank (now called Pottery Bank) in Sunderland. As a boy Jack was a keelman (working on ...
Dam on the River Coquet
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Dam on the River Coquet
- Overview Map This horseshoe-shaped dam on the River Coquet was built in 1775 to provide water power for Park Mill ironworks. The mill and dam were designed by John Smeaton ...
Featherstone Bridge
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Featherstone Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Featherstone Bridge ia a single-track road bridge over River South Tyne, located about half a mile east of Featherstone Castle and 2 miles north-west of Haltwhistle. ...
Kielder Castle
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Kielder Castle

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