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028742:S.S. Q.E.D. 1844

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002061:Mr T.C. Thompson Durham Unknown Undated

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East Tanfield Colliery
- 1844 - 1965

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Penshaw Monument
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Penshaw Monument
- Overview History and Further Details Map Street View The Earl of Durham's Monument, better known as the Penshaw Monument, was built in 1844 on Penshaw Hill. The folly is a ...
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Penshaw Monument

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St Mary's Cathedral, Newcastle
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St Mary's Cathedral, Newcastle
- Overview About St Mary's Cathedral Map Street View "The [Roman Catholic] church was built in the 1840s to a neo-Gothic design by architect August Welby Pugin, famous for his work ...
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Haswell Colliery Engine House
- Overview Map Street View The Engine House is all that remains of Haswell Colliery, and is located just east of Haswell Plough and south of Haswell in County Durham. It ...
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Roddymoor Colliery (1844 - 1963)
- The first pit of Roddymoor Colliery was sunk in 1844, near Roddymoor, to the north of Crook in County Durham. It was also known as 'Pease's West Colliery' (in the ...
Old Railway Station, Gilesgate
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Old Railway Station, Gilesgate
- Overview Map Street View The Travelodge hotel and Sambuca restaurant on Station Lane, Gilesgate, was the former railway station for Durham. The station was built in 1844 by G.T. Andrews ...
Church of St Paul the Apostle, Hunwick
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Church of St Paul the Apostle, Hunwick
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St Paul the Apostle is located on Church Lane, by the junction with Station Road in&nbsp; Hunwick. The church was built in 1844, ...
Church of St. Cuthbert, Blaydon
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Church of St. Cuthbert, Blaydon
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