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1800s Church of St Cuthbert, Lorton Howick Hall Church of St Peter Collingwood Street
Howick Hall
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Howick Hall
- Howick Hall, the home of the Greys was built in 1782 by Newcastle architect William Newton. In 1809, &nbsp;Charles, 2nd Earl Grey comissioned George Wyatt to enlarge the hall. The ...
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002045:The Rt Hon. the Lord Chancellor Eldon Lawrence T.

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The Guildhall

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Collingwood Street
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Collingwood Street
- Overview Notable Buildings History Map Street View Collingwood Street was built by Newcastle Corporation in 1809 to link Cloth Market to Westgate Road. The street was named after Newcastle born ...
Church of St Peter
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Church of St Peter
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St. Peter in Wallsend was built in 1809 and extensively modified in 1892. The church is a Grade II* listed building.
Church of St Cuthbert, Lorton
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Church of St Cuthbert, Lorton
- Overview Map Street View St Cuthbert&rsquo;s Church lies between High and Low Lorton in Cumbria. A church in Lorton was first documented in 1198.[1] The church was rebuilt in 1807-1809 ...

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