1834


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National:

The 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act (the 'New Poor Law') led to workhouses being established across the country.

Northern England:

1834 Timeline

from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
003821:The Side Newcastle upon Tyne Watson H.T. 1834

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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&nbsp;(the 'New Poor Law') passed by the Whig government of ...
Healey Hall, Northumberland
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Healey Hall, Northumberland
- 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, Shildon
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Church of St John, Shildon
- 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&nbsp;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, Newcastle
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Leazes Terrace, Newcastle
- 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&nbsp;by Thomas Oliver for Richard ...
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The Surtees Society
Whelprigg House
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Whelprigg House

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