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William Wailes (1808 - 1876)
- Overview About William Wailes William Wailes was a renowned stained glass manufacturer. He built his home,&nbsp;Saltwell Towers in Gateshead in 1862. William Wailes, (1808&ndash;1881), was the proprietor of one of ...
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William Hedley
- Public domain image (copyright expired). "Painting from 1808 (online found at http://www.cottontimes.co.uk/hedley.htm"

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HER(1098): Killingworth Wagonway, branch line to High Pit
- "This waggonway, serving Killingworth High or Old Pit north of the 90 Fathom Dyke, was opened around 1808. It was a branch line from the Killingworth to West Moor Waggonway ...

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Killingworth Waggonway
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Killingworth Waggonway
- "Killingworth Moor Waggonway (HER 1160) was extended to the north-west in the 1800s with the opening of Killingworth Colliery&rsquo;s West Moor Pit in 1802, followed in 1808 and 1820 by ...
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068268:St. Nicholas Cathedral Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1808

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Fulwell Windmill

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a095:Saint Nicholas's Church Newcastle upon Tyne 1808

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Ushaw College
- From 1808 up to 2011&nbsp;Ushaw College was a major seminary for the training of Roman Catholic priests. It rehoused the Roman Catholic 'English College' (Douai), founded in 1568, which had ...
Ravensworth Castle, Gateshead
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Ravensworth Castle, Gateshead
- Overview About the Castle Map A Grade 2* listed building Ravensworth Castle is a ruinous Grade II* listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument situated at Lamesley, Tyne and Wear, ...
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Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead, 1808

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Whitworth Parish Church
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Whitworth Parish Church
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