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The Zetland, Saltburn-by-the-Sea

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The Hexham Chronicle; Or Materials for a Modern History of Hexham. A Hundred Years Ago; Or the Hexham Riot. Joseph Ridley, 1861
- Book published in 1861, digitised and available as a free Google eBook.

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010184:Jesmond Parish Church Jesmond Road Jesmond Unknown 1937

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040982:Christ Church Shieldfield Unknown 1863

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003534:Jesmond Parish Church Jesmond Road Jesmond Unknown c.1920

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The tower of St Margaret's, Tanfield

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Mill Bridge,  Coatham Munderville
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Mill Bridge, Coatham Munderville
- Overview Map Street View A stone bridge, built 1861, which straddles the parishes of Coatham Mundeville and Brafferton. The bridge is Grade 2 listed.
Christ Church
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Christ Church
- Overview Map Street View The Parish church in Shieldfield was built 1859-1861 by A.B. Higham. The church and hall is a Grade II* listed building. As well as still being ...
Central Railway Station
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Central Railway Station
- Overview About the Station Map Street View The Central Railway Station in Redcar was built c.1861 for the coastguard extension of the Stockton and Darlington Railway. The station is a ...
Clock Tower
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Clock Tower
- Overview Map Street View The distinctive clock tower and drinking fountain is located at the head of Front Street in Tynemouth, close to Tynemouth Priory. The Venetian Gothic style clock tower ...
Lych Gate, St Mary's Church
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Lych Gate, St Mary's Church
- The lych gate to St Mary's Church on Kirkhill in Morpeth was built in 1861. The lych gate is Grade II listed.[1]
Twizell Railway Station (1861 - 1955)
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Twizell Railway Station (1861 - 1955)
- There was a railway station at Twizell (in Duddo) which was on the Tweedmouth to Kelso Branch Line of Newcastle & Berwick Railway. The station operated from 1861 to 1955, ...
Statue of the 3rd Marquis of Londonderry
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Statue of the 3rd Marquis of Londonderry
- Overview Map Street View The statue of the 3rd Marquess of Londonderry was unveiled in the Market Place, Durham, on the 2nd of December 1861. Those attending the ceremony included Disraeli ...
Old Water Tank Building, Haltwhistle Station
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Old Water Tank Building, Haltwhistle Station
Church of St George
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Church of St George
- Overview About St George's Church Map Street View St George's Church is located St George's Square, by the corner of Church Street and Salthouse Road in Barrow-in-Furness. The church was ...
Ingleton Branch Line
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Ingleton Branch Line
- Overview About the Ingleton Branch Line Ingleton Branch Line was opened by the Lancaster and Carlisle Railway company in 1861. The branch line served the towns of Ingleton, Kirkby Lonsdale and Sedbergh. ...
Podgill Viaduct
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Podgill Viaduct
Kirkby Stephen East Station
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Kirkby Stephen East Station
- Overview About Kirkby Stephen East Map Street View Kirkby Stephen East railway station on the South Durham & Lancashire Union Railway ('Stainmore Line') opened on the 8th of August 1861. The ...
Smardale Station
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Smardale Station
Christ Church, Great Lumley
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Christ Church, Great Lumley
- Christ Church in Great Lumley was built in 1861, designed by M. Thompson.[1]
Clock Tower, Market Square
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Clock Tower, Market Square
- Overview Map Street View The Clock Tower, also known as the Musgrave Monument, is located in the Market Square at Penrith. The monument is inscribed "In sympathy with the great ...
Merrygill Viaduct
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Merrygill Viaduct
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Falstone Railway Station (1861 - 1958)
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Falstone Railway Station (1861 - 1958)
- Overview Map Street View The railway station at Falstone was built on a line of the Border Counties Railway, which had been absorbed into the North Eastern Railway by the ...

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