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Le Jour ni l’Heure 0958 : John Glover, 1767-1849, Bull, c. 1810, Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, Co. Durham, Angleterre, Grande-Bretagne, lundi 16 avril 2012, 13:47:42

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714550:Austin Tower Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c. 1810

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Bolam Hall
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Bolam Hall
- Overview Map Bolam Hall was built in 1810 for Robert Horsley for his daughter Charlotte Philadelphia on her marriage to John Beresford, the Baron Decies. In 1816 John Dobson was ...
Lighthouse, Inner Farne
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Lighthouse, Inner Farne
Old Lighthouse and Keeper's Cottage, Brownsman Island
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Old Lighthouse and Keeper's Cottage, Brownsman Island
- The lighthouse on Brownsman Island in the Outer Farne Islands was originally built in 1800, and then replaced with a new tower in 1811. At the age of just 3 ...
Heatherycleugh Bridge
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Heatherycleugh Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Heatherycleugh Bridge carries School Hill road (part of the A689) over the steep valley of the Heathery Cleugh (a stream), shortly before it flow into Killhope ...
Bridge over Wreigh Burn, Thropton
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Bridge over Wreigh Burn, Thropton
- Overview Map Street View The stone hump-backed bridge over the Wreigh Burn at Thropton was built in 1810. It was built by George Robson, a local Catholic landowner, at a ...
Tocketts Mill
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Tocketts Mill
- Tocketts Mill iis a watermill by Tocketts Beck, located about a mile and a half north-east of Guisborough. The mill seen today was built in c.1810,&nbsp;erected on site of an ...
St. Hilda's Colliery (1810 - 1940)
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St. Hilda's Colliery (1810 - 1940)
- St. Hilda's Colliery in High Shields was established by Simon Temple and produced its first coal on the 23rd of April 1810. By 1922 St. Hilda's Wagonway was built to ...
The Cloisters, Kirkby Stephen
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The Cloisters, Kirkby Stephen
Budle Hall
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Budle Hall

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