1840


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In Northern England:

1840: founding of the Derwent Iron Company in Consett; forerunner of Consett Steel Works.

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003959:Grey Street Newcastle upon Tyne Collard after Carmichael J.W. 1840

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003360:Proposed Brandling Junction Bridge Lambert 1840

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003077:Grainger Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1840

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011854:Brigs North Shields unknown c.1840

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Brancepeth Colliery
- 1840 - 1967

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from Alnmouth, Marine Road
Alnmouth, Marine Road
- "This road separates the town from the golf course. In the centre is Nether Grange, built in 1840 as a summer residence of the Pease family of Pendower. Some of ...

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15 - On the Grange Road – a leader down 1840

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Bluebell Inn, Embleton
- The Bluebell Inn, Embleton, was built c.1840 and is now a Grade II listed building.&nbsp;
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Church of St Cuthbert RC, Cowpen, Blyth
- Overview Map Street View The Roman Catholic church of St Cuthbert in Cowpen, Blyth, Nothumberland, is located off Cowpen Road (A193). The Sidney Family came to Cowpen Hall in 1804 ...
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Rye Hill House, NCG
- Overview Map Street View Rye Hill House is the headquarters of NCG (who manage a group of 6 colleges, including Newcastle College). The building dates from c.1840[1]. It was originally ...
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Church of St Joseph, Birtley
- Overview Map Street View St Joseph's Church in Birtley was desigened by John Dobson and was opened by 1843 to replace the Birtley Roman Catholic Mission, which had moved to ...
  from Pat Thomson (Co-Curate Page)
Church of St John the Evangelist, Seaham
- Blanford Place, Seaham.
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Pumping Engine House, Scremerston Colliery
- ERECTED AD MDCCCXL BY THE COMMISSIONERS OF GREENWICH HOSPITAL JOHN GREY ESQ. RECEIVER MESSRS JOHNSON &amp; CARRS COLLIERY LESSEES THOMAS FORSTER ESQ. VIEWER &amp; ENGINEER MR. W. ELLIOT,TWEEDMOUTH BUILDER
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Winding Engine House, Scremerston Colliery
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Wooperton Hall
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Church of St. Bartholomew, Thornley, nr Wolsingham
- Overview Map Street View St. Bartholomew's is the Parish church in Thornley, near Wolsingham. The church was built c.1840&nbsp;and the&nbsp;tower added in 1891. The church is a Grade II listed ...
  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Church of St Cuthbert, Shadforth
- Overview Map Street View St Cuthbert&rsquo;s is the parish church in Shadforth, County Durham. It was built between 1834 and 1840 by Thomas and George Jackson (Thomas sadly died just ...
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Seven Stories, Ouseburn
- Overview Map Street View Seven Stories is the National Centre for Children&rsquo;s Books, located at 30 Lime Street in Ouseburn, Newcastle.&nbsp;Seven Stories is a charity, founded in 1996 by Elizabeth ...
  from Peter Smith (Co-Curate Page)
Trafalgar Square, Sunderland
- Overview Map Street View Former merchant seamen's almshouses in Hendon, Sunderland - 14 almshouses, built in 1840 by William Drysdale for the Trustees of the Muster Roll to house aged ...
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Tranwell House
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Church of St Michael, Rampside
- Overview Map Street View St Michael's Church is located on the A5087 road over half a mile north of the village of Rampside, Cumbria. The present Church was built in ...

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