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051602:Redheugh Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1902

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054304:Front Street Dinnington Unknown 1902

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050723: Elswick Harriers, Elswick, Newcastle upon Tyne, Barras, Robert, 1902

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008677:Market Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1902

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062823: SS Lime Branch, c1902

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002555: Tynemouth Castle 1902

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012950:Alderman Benjamin Plummer J.P. Newcastle upon Tyne; James Bacon; 1902

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Notts County v Middlesbrough (1902)

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Bridges c1902

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Second Boer War (1899-1902)
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Second Boer War (1899-1902)
- Overview About the Second Boer War The Second Boer War was fought from 11the October 1899 until 31 May 1902 by the Britain against the Transvaal Republic and the Orange Free ...
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St Columba

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St George's

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Verger's House

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017200:St. Mary's R.C. Cathedral Clayton Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown pre 1902

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Milburn House Newcastle

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Bigg Market Drinking Fountain

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038338:Byker Reservoir Byker Unknown 1902

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1902 Chater-Lea Motorcycle

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James Dawson

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John Reay

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Electric Tram Rides from Forster Square, Bradford (1902) | BFI

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068040:Benwell Dene Hodgkin Park Benwell Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1902

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David Lloyd, arrested for stealing brushes and a box

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008792:Benwell Lane Benwell Newcastle upon Tyne 1902

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Mary A Butts

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Mary Scott alias Wilson, arrested for stealing clothes

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Sarah Patterson, arrested for trying to steal money from a gas meter

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065761:Wolsington Hotel Shields Road Unknown Undated

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Edward VII Drinking Fountain
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Edward VII Drinking Fountain
- A drinking fountain built in 1902 which is integrated in the boundary wall and railings to St. James Church, Atkinson Road. The structure is Grade 2 Listed. The fountain has ...
Statue of Queen Victoria
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Statue of Queen Victoria
- Overview Map Street View The bronze memorial statue of Queen Victoria in Tynemouth was by Alfred Turner and built in 1902. It was paid for by public subscription, despite financial ...
Fountain
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Fountain
Jarrow Town Hall
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Jarrow Town Hall
- Overview Map Street View Jarrow Town Hall and municipal buildings on Grange Road were built in 1902. The red brick, baroque-style building was designed by Fred Rennoldson of South Shields. ...
Sunlight Chambers
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Sunlight Chambers
- Overview Map Street View Sunlight Chambers in the Bigg Market, Newcastle, were built as offices in 1901-1902 by W. and S. Owen for Lever Bros.[1] The Modified Baroque style building ...
Beehive Hotel
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Beehive Hotel
- The Beehive is a public house in the Cloth Market in Newcastle. It was built in 1902 and is a Grade II listed building.
Balmbra's
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Balmbra's
- Overview About Balmbra's Music Hall Map Street View Balmbra's, No 6., the Cloth Market, Newcastle, was built 1902 by A. Stockwell, as a public house and billiard hall, originally called ...
Crows Nest, Percy Street
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Crows Nest, Percy Street
- Overview Map Street View The Crows Nest is a pub located at no. 137 Percy Street in Newcastle. The current building is dated 1902 and called the Crows Nest Hotel. However, ...
Church of St Philip and St James
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Church of St Philip and St James
- Overview Map Street View St Phillip and St. James' Church is the parish church of Witton-le-Wear. The medieval church here was rebuilt by C. Hodgson Fowler from 1896 to 1902.[1] ...
Church of St. Columba
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Church of St. Columba
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The Hikey Bridge
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The Hikey Bridge
- The Sands Suspension Bridge, known locally as the 'Hikey Bidge', is a footbridge over the River Derwent at Swalwell, Gateshead. It was built in 1902 to link the allotments on ...
Former Grand Hotel, Barras Bridge
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Former Grand Hotel, Barras Bridge
- 1 - 24, Barras Bridge. This is a former hotel, built in 1902, now shops and accomodation. In 1958 it was bought by Newcastle University for use as student accommodation. 
Coronation Buildings, Quayside, Newcastle
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Coronation Buildings, Quayside, Newcastle
- Coronation Buildings, 65 Quayside, Newcastle was built in c.1902 for Pyman Bell and Co. The rear half of the building was demolished and it's front range restored in 1982. This ...

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