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065928:The River Tyne and Newcastle quayside viewed from the south side of the river.1836.

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16 - On the Plymouth Road – Grandmother posting into Cornwall 1836

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034361:Grey Street

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Pilgrim Street

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Brandon Pit House Colliery
- 1836 - 1968

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The Workhouse - South Shields
- "In a parliamentary report of 1776, South Shields was listed as having a workhouse with accommodation for 50 inmates....The South Shields Poor Law Union was formed on 10th December ...

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034058:St. Albans Church Earsdon. C.1910

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Church of St Bartholomew, Cresswell
- Overview Map Street View The parish Church of St Bartholomew in Cresswell, Northumberland, was built in 1836 for the Baker-Cresswell family of Cresswell Hall.[1] It is one of two churches ...
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Engine House, Ridsdale Iron Works
- Overview Map Street View The remains of Ridsdale Iron Works are to the north of Ridsdale in Northumberland. Established in 1836, the works consisted of 3 furnaces, an engine house, coke ...
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Former Station, Gilsland
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Shoreswood National School
- Overview Map Street View The former Shoreswood National School was built c.1836 for 70 pupils. The school closed in 1962 and it's 17 pupils were transferred to a new county ...

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