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010070:Isabella Pit, Ellison Main by Hair J.H. 1842

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048878:All Saints Church Newcastle upon Tyne Carmichael J.W. 1842

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Picture of Micheal Smith

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Victoria Tunnel, Newcastle
- Summary History Route Restoration Victoria Tunnel was built between 1839 to 1842 to carry coal from Spital Tongues Colliery to the River Tyne. The waggonway tunnel was 1½ miles (2.4km) ...
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Victoria Tunnel, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Richard Grainger and his children and servants lived here 1842 -1861 36 Clayton Street West, Newcastle

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Church of St. John the Baptist, Ulgham
- Overview Map Street View 1842. The church is a Grade II listed building.
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Grace Darling Memorial
- The memorial to Grace Darling (1815 - 1842) stands in the churchyard of St Aidan's Church in Bambrugh. The memorial was built in 1842, in a Gothic Revival style designed by ...
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Holy Trinity Church, Cambo
- Overview Map Street View The Parish Church at Cambo in Northumberland was built in 1842 by J.&.B. Green, near the site of an earlier medieval chapel which had been demolished ...
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Church of the Holy Trinity, Southwick
- Street View Map

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