1823


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In Northern England:

  • 1823: Demolition of the Medieval New Gate and sections of the Town Wall in preparation for the redevelopment of Newcastle city centre.
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009113:Newgate Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1823

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013065:A view of Newcastle upon Tyne Turner J.W.

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064301:Smiths Company Meeting Hall 1981

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Mitford Hall
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Stephenson Works, Forth Banks, Newcastle
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Stephenson Works, Forth Banks, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View &nbsp;In 1823,&nbsp;George Stephenson, his son&nbsp;Robert Stephenson, and partners, opened the world&rsquo;s first purpose built&nbsp;locomotive works&nbsp;on Forth Banks (entrance on&nbsp;South Street). The "Locomotion", "Rocket", and "Planet" were ...
Church of St John, Workington
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Church of St John, Workington
- Overview About St John's Church Map Street View St John's parish church and community hall&nbsp;is located on Washington Street in Workington. It was originally built in 1822-1823&nbsp;by Thomas Hardwick, as ...

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