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In Northern England:

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Dean Street and The Side, September 1848

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from Beamish (flickr)
17 Near - Pontop Pike – a rut in the road caused this episode 1848

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
004230:Pink Tower Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1848

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Opening of the High Level Bridge across the Tyne, 29 August 1848

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
008728:West Walls St Andrew's Churchyard. Unknown. 1848

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St Mary the Virgin Church, Stamfordham, Northumberland

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Opening of the High Level Bridge, 1848
- Opening of the High Level Bridge across the Tyne, 29 August 1848
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013401:George Stephenson 1781-1848

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Ralph Hedley (1848-1913)
- Summary Biography Career Ralph Hedley was a painter and woodcarver, best known for his paintings of everyday life in the North East. Hedley was born near Richmond on 31st December ...
Church of St. Helen, Longhorsley
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Church of St. Helen, Longhorsley
- Overview Map Street View The current building of St Helen's Church on West Road in Longhorsely was the former village school which was built in 1848. The school was converted ...
Bridge over railway, Leamside
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Bridge over railway, Leamside
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the railway at Leamside was built in 1848 for the Great North of England Railway. The bridge on Station Road is Grade ...
Monkwearmouth Station Museum
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Monkwearmouth Station Museum
- "The new railway station in North Bridge Street, Monkwearmouth was opened on 19 June 1848. It was the new Sunderland terminus for the Brandling Junction Railway, opened in 1839, that ...
Church of St. Mary and St. Stephen, Wolsingham
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Church of St. Mary and St. Stephen, Wolsingham
- Overview Map Street View The parish church in Wolsingham&nbsp;has a history going back to the 12th century, though the present church was&nbsp;rebuilt in 1848 by W. Nicholson.[1] The church is ...
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Railway Arch, St Nicholas' Street
- Overview Map Street View The arch which carries the railway over St Nicholas Street in Newcastle was built in 1848&nbsp;by Abbot and Co. of Gateshead.[1] The arch is 300 metres ...
The Cluny, Ouseburn
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The Cluny, Ouseburn
- Overview Map Street View The Cluny is a live music venue and cafe at 36 Line Street, Ouseburn, Newcastle. It was originally built as a flax mill in 1848, designed ...
Church of St Kentigern, Aspatria
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Church of St Kentigern, Aspatria
- Overview About St Kentigern's Church Map Street View &nbsp; St Kentigern's Church, Aspatria, stands in the village of Aspatria, Cumbria, England. It is an active Anglican parish church in the ...
Church of St Mary, Windermere
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Church of St Mary, Windermere
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's Church is located on Church Street on the north side of Windermere. It was originally constructed as a chapel of ease in 1848, but ...

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