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055437:Grey Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1874

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Bardon Mill Signal Box

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002061:Mr T.C. Thompson Durham Unknown Undated

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The County Hotel

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St Andrews Church & Presbytery

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Jose Maria De Eca De Queiros 1845 -1900 Portuguese Diplomat and Novelist of European stature Lived here at 53, Grey Street, Newcastle upon Tyne 1874 - 1879

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Tyne and Wear HER(8501): Stargate Brickworks
- "The brickyard at Stargate is recorded in 1874, when it had four kilns. The bricks were marked S.C.C. and mainly used in the Company’s pits and workmen ...

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Five Lamps Thornaby

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Skinningrove Works
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Skinningrove Works
- Overview About the Steelworks Map Street View Skinningrove Works is a steel mill in Skinningrove, North Yorkshire. It was originally established by the Loftus Iron Company in 1874 in association ...
Herrington Colliery (1874-1985)
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Herrington Colliery (1874-1985)
- Herrington Colliery opened in 1874&nbsp;near&nbsp;Herrington.&nbsp;At that time it was owned by of the Earl of Durham and the colliery worked the 'Hutton seam' which was 3 feet in thickness, at ...
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Rainton Gate Methodist Chapel
- Overview Map The former&nbsp;Rainton Gate Methodist Chapel on Chapel View in Rainton Gate, West Rainton. The chapel was built in 1874 by local miners when they found they could not ...
Church of St. Hilda, Lucker
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Church of St. Hilda, Lucker
- Overview Map Street View Saint Hilda's is the parish church in Lucker, Northumberland. It was originally built in the late 18th century, with extensive rebuilding in 1874. The church is ...
Statue of Edward Moseley Perkins, Birtley
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Statue of Edward Moseley Perkins, Birtley
- Overview Map Street View Edward Mosely Perkins (1821-1871) came to Birtley as a partner in its Iron Company and two local pits in 1858, and lived in Birtley Hall. He ...
Church of St. Cuthbert, Allendale
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Church of St. Cuthbert, Allendale
- Overview Map The parish church in Allendale is part of the Benefice of the Allen Valleys. The present church was built in 1874 by Austin and Johnson, except for lower ...
Old Post Office, St Nicholas Street
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Old Post Office, St Nicholas Street
- Overview Map Street View The former Post office building on St Nicholas' Street in Newcastle was built 1871-1874 by James Williams.[1] Originally there were separate entrance for male and female ...
Hepple Bridge
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Hepple Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Hepple Bridge carries the B6341 road across the River Coquet a quarter of a mile south of Hepple, Northumberland. The bridge dates from 1874, though the ...
Albert Bridge, Middlesbrough Station
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Albert Bridge, Middlesbrough Station
- Overview Map Street View The platforms of Middlesbrough Railway Station extend across Albert Bridge, over Exchange Place. The bridge was built in 1874 by North Eastern Railway. It is a ...
United Reformed Church, Kielder
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United Reformed Church, Kielder
- The United Reformed Church in Kielder, Northumberland, was built in 1874, originally as a Presbyterian Church. The Romanesque style stone church was designed by F.R. Wilson.[1] The church is a ...
Church of St Luke, Pallion
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Church of St Luke, Pallion

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