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Newcastle Boat Race, November 1845

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Tyne and Wear HER(6494): Newcastle, Clayton Street
- "Grainger's last street. Some of it was unfinished in 1845. It is inferior in design and materials to Grainger Street and Grey Street. Single houses above shops, with a ...

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Guns on Collingwood Monument, Tynemouth

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Church of St Peter the Apostle, Byers Green
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Church of St Peter the Apostle, Byers Green
- Overview Map Street View The Parish Church of St Peter the Apostle in Byers Green was built 1844-1845&nbsp;by G.Y. Wall. The church is Grade II listed.
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Andrew Reid & Co. Map of Newcastle upon Tyne

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Former Bank Building, St Nicholas' Square
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Former Bank Building, St Nicholas' Square
- Overview Map Street View This building on the corner of St Nicholas' Square and Mosley Steet in Newcastle was built in c.1845 for the Newcastle Joint Stock Bank. It was ...
Great Corby School
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Great Corby School
- Great Corby School is a primary school in Great Corby in Cumbria. The school has roughly 90 pupils aged 3 to 11 years old. The school has a history going ...
Church of St Cuthbert, Kirklinton
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Church of St Cuthbert, Kirklinton
- Overview Map Street View St Cuthbert's Church in the village of Kirklinton was rebuilt in 1845, but retains some original 12th century features.[1] The Church is a Grade II listed ...
Furness Brick Factory
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Furness Brick Factory
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Newcastle and Berwick Railway
- Overview About the N&amp;BR Railway The Newcastle and Berwick Railway (N&amp;BR) was authorised by an Act of Parliament on 31 July 1845, it was one of a number of competing ...
Church of St Theobald, Great Musgrave
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Church of St Theobald, Great Musgrave

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