1830


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Gateshead, 1830

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The History of the Town and Port of Sunderland, and the Parishes of Bishopwearmouth and Monkwearmouth. James Burnett, 1830
- Book from 1830 digitised by Google - free eBook.

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004238:Westgate Hill Fenham W. Westall 1830

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015425:Benwell House Benwell, Lane Benwell 1830

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011250:Cottages at Dents Hole Byker Carmichael J.W. Lambert

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004250:Plan of the Town Moor Castle Leazes and Nuns Moor 1830

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08 - Bottle Bank 1830

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Cattle Market, Newcastle
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Cattle Market, Newcastle
- "Sheep and cattle markets were first held here on 27th July 1830. Before, and even after that time, Newcastle butchers bought their cattle at Morpeth Market. Newcastle's cattle market soon ...
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Past Prime Ministers: Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey
- Short history of Earl Grey, Whig Prime Minister, 1830 to 1834

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Gateshead, 1830 (top)

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HER(5066): Newcastle, Cattle Market
- "Shown on 1st edition Ordnance Survey map. Now built over by International Centre for Life. Sheep and cattle markets were first held here on 27th July 1830. Before, and even ...

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St Thomas Church, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Church of St Thomas the Martyr
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Church of St Thomas the Martyr
- Overview About the Church Map Street View St Thomas The Martyr's Church is located on the junction of Barras Bridge and St Mary's Place in Newcastle. The present church was ...
Toll House, Whorlton Bridge
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Toll House, Whorlton Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The former Toll House at the North end of&nbsp;Whorlton Suspension Bridge was built c.1830 and is a Grade II listed building.
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Skew Bridge

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Actual survey of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1830

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Plan of River Tyne at Quayside, Newcastle and Gateshead, circa 1830

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Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead, 1830

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Fenham Farmhouse
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Fenham Farmhouse
- Overview Map Street View The house at Fenham Farm was built 1820 - 1830, and is a Grade II listed building. The farm in Fenham, Northumberland, provides bed and breakfast ...
Wreay CofE Primary School
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Wreay CofE Primary School
- Overview Map Street View Wreay Church of England Primary School is a voluntary controlled school in the village of Wreay, located close to St Mary's Church. The school has roughly ...
Nos. 1-8 Summerhill Grove
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Nos. 1-8 Summerhill Grove
Coach House, Summerhill Grove, Newcastle
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Coach House, Summerhill Grove, Newcastle

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