1868


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009004:Grainger Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1868

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The Bewick Collector: A Supplement to a Descriptive Catalogue of the Works of Thomas and John Bewick. By Thomas Hugo, 1868
- Consisting of Additions to the Various Divisions of Cuts, Wood Blocks, Etc. Digitised version of the book available as a free Google eBook.

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Albert Park, Middlesbrough
- Summary About Albert Park Map "A public park designed by William Barratt of Wakefield and opened 11th August&nbsp;1868, with war memorial entrance screen walls and a cenotaph of 1922...The idea ...
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Central Fountain

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Stone carving of the Seal of the Middlesbrough Exchange Company Limited.

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Church of St. Barnabas, Bournmoor
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Church of St. Barnabas, Bournmoor
- Overview Map Street View St Barnabas is the parish church of Bournmoor in County Durham, built in 1868. It is a Grade 2 Listed building. The church houses 'The Angel ...
James Renforth (1842 - 1871)
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James Renforth (1842 - 1871)
- Overview About James Renforth James Renforth was a famous Tyneside oarsman who became World Sculling Champion in 1868. He was born on 7th April 1842 in Newcastle, and spent most ...
St Andrew's Church, Crook
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St Andrew's Church, Crook
- St Andrew's, Crook, Methodist / United Reformed Church is located on Dawson Street in Crook, County Durham. The Church, formerly Crook Central Methodist Church, built in 1868, is a Grade ...
Land of Green Ginger, Tynemouth
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Land of Green Ginger, Tynemouth
- Overview Map Street View The former Congregational Church on Front Street in Tynemouth was built in 1868 by Thomas Oliver. The adjoining Church Hall was built in 1886.[1] In the ...
Church of St Stephen, Low Elswick
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Church of St Stephen, Low Elswick
- Overview About St Stephen's Church Map Street View St Stephen's Church on Brunel Terrace in Low Elswick&nbsp;was designed by R J Johnson and the building was completed in 1868.[1] The ...
Lune Railway Viaduct
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Lune Railway Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View Disused railway viaduct over the River Lune, built in 1868 for the Tees Valley Railway Company. The viaduct is Grade II listed.
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Cornsay Colliery (colliery)
- The colliery opened in 1868 and consisted of a number of drift mines: Chapelflat Drift, Colpike Drift, Ford Drift, High Drift, and Low Drift. The drift mines ran sideways into ...
Christ Church, Jarrow
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Christ Church, Jarrow
Ryhope Engines Museum
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Ryhope Engines Museum
- Overview About Ryhope Engines Museum Map Street View Ryhope Pumping Station was built in 1868&nbsp;for the Sunderland &amp; South Shields Water Company, to supply water to the Sunderland area. The ...
Church of St Nicholas, Cramlington
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Church of St Nicholas, Cramlington
- Overview Map Street View St Nicholas' is the parish church of Cramlington.It was built in 1868 by Austin and Johnson, adapted from earlier design by John Dobson.[1] The church is ...
Duchess's Footbridge, Hulne Park
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Duchess's Footbridge, Hulne Park
Friends' Meeting House, Allendale
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Friends' Meeting House, Allendale
- Overview Map Street View The Friends' Meeting House in&nbsp;Wooley Burnfoot,&nbsp;Allendale&nbsp;is oldest Quaker Meeting House in Northumberland still in regular use. A Meeting House was first built here in 1688, replaced ...
Former Mount Road School, Tweedmouth
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Former Mount Road School, Tweedmouth
- The former Tweedmouth National Schools on Mount Road was built in 1868, replacing an earlier school on the site.[1] The original school was established by&nbsp;Rev. John Leach, perpetual curate of ...

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