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In Northern England:

Killingworth Colliery, West Moor Pit (1802-1882)
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Killingworth Colliery, West Moor Pit (1802-1882)
- "...Sinking commenced in 1802 and the High Main seam was reached in 1805. The miners lived nearby in Long Row, Short Row, Lane Row, Cross Row, Crank Row, High Row, ...
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Zetland

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Zetland Lifeboat Museum
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Zetland Lifeboat Museum
- Overview About the Zetland Map Street View The Zetland is the world's oldest surviving lifeboat and was built in 1802. The Zetland was in service for 78 years and saved ...
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A plan of Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead, 1802

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The Spital, Hexham
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The Spital, Hexham
- Overview Map The Spital (house) in Hexham was built in 1802&nbsp;on the site of the mediaeval St Giles' Hospital.[1] It was the centre of a large estate, with grounds and ...

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