1847


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003856:W.G. Armstrong

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LIL 214 - Cholera warning nov 1847 back

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022404:Funeral of Hugh Percy 3rd Duke of Northumberland London Illustrated London News 1847

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015231:Ragged boy statue

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715984:Charles Newby Wawn (1782 - 1840) by William Collard (1792 - 1847)

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Weardale Railway
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Weardale Railway
- Overview About Weardale Railway "The Weardale Railway, situated in County Durham, U.K. was a mothballed branch line from Bishop Auckland following the River Wear westwards to Eastgate-in-Weardale, a distance of ...
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Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Carlisle Railway letterhead 1847

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Newcastle and Berwick Railway Delivery Certificate for Rails 1847

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Stockton and Darlington, Weardale and Redcar Railways timetable 1847

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Dunnington, St Nicholas, South window in extension, Wailes, 1847

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Carham Hall - drawing by John Neale, 1818
- John Preston Neale (1780–1847) "Image extracted from page 200 of volume 3 of "Views of the Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. L.P ...

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Berwick Upon Tweed Royal Border Bridge

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Elswick Works

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First Tynemouth Station Plaque

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W. G. Armstrong and Co
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W. G. Armstrong and Co
- William Armstrong, George Cruddas and&nbsp;Armorer&nbsp;Donkin established W. G. Armstrong and Co at Elswick Works in 1847. The company was formed to manufacture innovative hydraulic devices, cranes and bridges. The company ...
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Waiting Shed, Chathill Station
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Chathill Station
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Chathill Station
- Overview About Chathill Station Map Street View The station at Chathill in Northumberland was designed by Benjamin Green for the Newcastle &amp; Berwick Railway company and opened in 1847. The ...
Former Station Building, Wolsingham
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Former Station Building, Wolsingham
- Overview Map Street View The former station building in Wolsingham is a Grade II listed building.&nbsp;It was built in 1847 for the for the Wear Valley branch line of the ...
Allenheads Hall
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Allenheads Hall
- Overview Map Allenshead Hall is a country house, built in 1847 by E.B. Lamb for Thomas Sopwith, engineer and mine agent to the Beaumont family. Some sources indicate it was ...
Church of St John the Evangelist, Lynesack
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Church of St John the Evangelist, Lynesack
- Overview Map Street View St John's is a parish church, located on a sideroad off Grewburn Lane in Lynesack, near Butterknowle, in County Durham. The church was built in 1847.[1]&nbsp;Charles ...
Alnmouth Railway Station
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Alnmouth Railway Station
- Overview About Alnmouth Station Map Street View Alnmouth station on the East Coast Main Line is located in Bilton, about a mile west of Alnmouth and just under 3 miles ...
Tweedmouth Station
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Tweedmouth Station
- Overview About Tweedmouth Station Tweedmouth Station was built for the Newcastle and Berwick Railway and opened on the 29th March 1847. The grand station buildings were designed by Benjamin Green. ...
Belford Station
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Belford Station
- Overview Map Street View Belford Station closed on the 29th of January 1968. The former station is located just over half a mile east of Belford. It was built in ...
Old Station, Lesbury
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Old Station, Lesbury

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