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In Northern England:

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1826 - East End Map

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004103:A Group of Merchants at the Exchange C. 1826

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'Killingworth Billy' Stephenson Railway Museum

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Stephenson's 'Billy' at the Stephenson Railway Museum, North Shields

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Bowes Railway
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Bowes Railway
- Bowes Railway was originally built by George Stephenson in 1826 to transport coal from pits in north west Durham to boats on the River Tyne at Jarrow. The railway was ...
Lying-in Hospital
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Lying-in Hospital
- The former Lying-in Hospal was a charitable asylum for poor married pregnant women. Located on New Bridge Street, Newcastle, the building was completed in 1826 on land given by the ...
Northumberland Hall, Alnwick
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Northumberland Hall, Alnwick
- Overview Map Street View Incorporates the Tourist Information Centre for Alnwick.
Longstone Lighthouse
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Longstone Lighthouse
- The lighthouse and keeper's cottage on Longstone, in the Farne Islands, was built in 1826 by David Alexander for Trinity House, Newcastle. As well as being an iconic landmark, the ...
Watch House, St Mary And St Michael's Churchyard
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Watch House, St Mary And St Michael's Churchyard
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Rent Office, Ryhope
- Overview Map Street View This building on The Village, in Ryhope, was originally built in 1826 as a chapel of ease to Church of St Michael in Bishopwearmouth (now Sunderland ...
Church of St Cuthbert, Greenhead
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Church of St Cuthbert, Greenhead

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