1841


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006269:A view of Newcastle upon Tyne Carmichael J.W. Collard W. 1841

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011909:Grainger Market (Green Market section) Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1841

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010071:Sunderland 1841

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Church of St.Thomas of Canterbury, Longhorsley
- Overview Map St Thomas of Canterbury Church in Longhorseley was built in 1841. Before then the Roman Catholic parish was served by a chapel in Horsley Tower, which is located ...
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Church of St Thomas, Harelaw
- Overview Map Street View St. Thomas' Church is located on North Road, Harelaw, Annfield Plain. The church, by G. Jackson, was built in 1841 at a time when the population ...
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Church of the Holy Trinity, Wingate
- Overview Map Street View The Holy Trinity is the parish church of Wingate, County Durham. It was built 1840-1841 by George Jackson of Durham. The church is a Grade II ...
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A plan of Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead, 1841

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Lighthouse, Coquet Island
- Overview Map The lighthouse on Coquet Island in Northumberland was built in 1841 by Trinity House. The lighthouse complex includes a lighthouse-keeper's cottage which was built into the ruins of ...
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Church of the Holy Saviour, Tynemouth
- Overview Map Street View Holy Saviour's Church on The Broadway/Crossway in Tynemouth was built 1839 to 1841 by John Green and Benjamin Green for the Duke of Northumberland. The parish ...
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Beaufront Castle
- Overview About Beaufront Castle Map Aerial View Beaufront Castle is an extensive privately owned country house, located about a mile and a half north-east of Hexham, situated between the villages ...
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Church of St Mary and St Wilfred, Warwick Bridge

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