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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.
1820s Church of St John Mitford Hall Middleton House Stephenson Works Charles Hutton (1737 - 1823)
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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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Mitford Hall
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Stephenson Works
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Stephenson Works
- 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
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Church of St John
- 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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Charles Hutton (1737 - 1823)
Middleton House
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Middleton House
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