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Carham Hall - drawing by John Neale, 1818
- John Preston Neale (1780–1847) "Image extracted from page 200 of volume 3 of "Views of the Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. L.P ...

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Frontage of the former Gainford Academy

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Academy Theatre
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Academy Theatre
- Overview Map Street View Academy Theatre, located off High Green in Gainford, was once a boys boarding school. Gainford Academy, founded by Rev. William Bowman, operated from this building from ...
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Miss Easton

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Church of St Peter, Humshaugh
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Church of St Peter, Humshaugh
- Overview Map Street View St Peter's is the Parish Church in Humshaugh, Northumberland. It was built 1818 by H.H. Seward. Before then Humshaugh was part of the parish of Simonburn. ...
Former Masonic Hall
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Former Masonic Hall
- Former County Library and Masonic Hall, Wooler
Netherton Colliery (c.1818 - 1974)
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Netherton Colliery (c.1818 - 1974)
- The sinking of Netherton Colliery, to the west of Bedlington, began in 1818.[1] There were 4 pits sunk during the 19th century (Hall Pit, Howard Pit, Leveson Pit, and New ...
Church of St Luke, Greystead
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Church of St Luke, Greystead
Church of St Aiden, Thorneyburn
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Church of St Aiden, Thorneyburn
Fawdon Wagonway
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Fawdon Wagonway
- Overview About Fawdon Wagonway Fawdon Wagonway was built in 1818 by Benjamin Thompson, one of the owners of Fawdon Colliery, to transport coal south to Scotswood (previously coal from Fawdon ...
Church of St Michael, Wark
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Church of St Michael, Wark

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