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1796


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In Northern England:

1790s All Saints Church Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Byrness Duke of Norfolk Bridge, Greystoke Ice House, Bankhill Friends' Meeting House, Cotherstone
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Wearmouth Bridge Inscription

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Havelock

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050490:Frenchmen's Row Throckley Unknown 1796

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048878:All Saints Church Newcastle upon Tyne Carmichael J.W. 1842

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All Saints Church
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All Saints Church
- Overview About the Church Street View All Saints Church in Newcastle city centre was a parish church built 1786-1796 by David Stephenson, replacing an earlier medieval church. Its spire is ...
Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Byrness
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Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Byrness
Ice House, Bankhill
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Ice House, Bankhill
- Overview Map Street View The ice house on Bank Hill in Berwick-upon-Tweed was constructed c1796 to supply ice for the salmon trade. Shipping fresh salmon in ice was more profitable ...
Friends' Meeting House, Cotherstone
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Friends' Meeting House, Cotherstone
- Overview Map The Friends' Meeting House at Cotherstone is located in a field to the east of the village. The meeting house was built in 1797 and is still an ...
Duke of Norfolk Bridge, Greystoke
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Duke of Norfolk Bridge, Greystoke
- The&nbsp;Duke of Norfolk Bridge over the River North Petteril at Greystoke was originally built in 1796.&nbsp;The bridge was widened in 1920 in remberance of those who died in the First ...

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