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003821:The Side Newcastle upon Tyne Watson H.T. 1834

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from Beamish (flickr)
11 - Off the Newcastle and Carlisle Road – the mail up a tree 1834

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
Workhouses
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Workhouses
- Some workhouses can be dated back to the 17th centuary, but most were established following the 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act (the 'New Poor Law') passed by the Whig government of ...
Healey Hall
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Healey Hall
- Overview Map / Aerial View Healey Hall is located by Healey Burn, about half a mile south of the village of Healey in Northumberland. Healey Hall was built by Robert ...
Church of St John
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Church of St John
- Overview Map Street View St John's is the parish church in Shildon. It was originally built 1833 - 1834 by Anthony Salvin. The church was largely rebuilt and extended in ...
Harbottle CofE Aided First School
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Harbottle CofE Aided First School
- Overview Map Street View Harbottle Church of England Voluntary Aided First School is set back from the main street in Harbottle. The school has about 50 pupils aged 3 to 9.[1] ...
Bellingham Bridge
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Bellingham Bridge
- The stone bridge over the River North Tyne at Bellingham was built in 1834 by John Green.[1] The bridge is a Grade II listed structure.
Corby Bridge (Wetheral Viaduct)
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Corby Bridge (Wetheral Viaduct)
- Overview Map Street View Corby Bridge (more commonly called Wetheral Viaduct) is a railway viaduct over the River Eden, between Great Corby and Wetheral in Cumbria. The 5 arch, red ...
Leazes Terrace
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Leazes Terrace
- Overview Map Street View Leazes Terrace is an elongated square of houses in Newcasle, next to Leazes Park. The terrace was built from 1829 to 1834 by Thomas Oliver for Richard ...
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The Surtees Society
Whelprigg House
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Whelprigg House
Church of St Paul, North Sunderland
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Church of St Paul, North Sunderland

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