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011987:Wheat Sheaf Inn 3 - 4 Cloth Market 1853

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Hopetown Carriage Works, Darlington 30.06.2009 P6300124

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Beehive coking ovens

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Hopetown Carriage Works seen from main entrance side, Darlington 30.06.2009 P6300106

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Church of St. Mary, Whorlton
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Church of St. Mary, Whorlton
- Overview Map St. Mary's Church in Whorlton, County Durham, is now part of the combined parish of Barnard Castle with Whorlton. The Norman chapel which originally stood on this site ...
Church of St Luke
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Church of St Luke
Fulwell Pumping Station
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Fulwell Pumping Station
- Overview Map Fulwell Pumping Station was built in 1853, designed by Thomas Hawksley. The water pumping station is located to the north of Fulwell, near Cut Throat Dean, which marks ...
Church of St Patrick, Patterdale
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Church of St Patrick, Patterdale
Blyth and Tyne Railway
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Blyth and Tyne Railway
- Overview About the Blyth & Tyne Railway The Blyth & Tyne Railway was formed in 1853 to amalgamate several private railways and waggonways that had developed to carry coal from ...
Acklington First School (1853 - 2018)
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Acklington First School (1853 - 2018)
- Overview Map Street View A National School was established in Acklington in 1853. This went on to be Acklington Church of England First School. The school was closed on the ...

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