1912


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In Northern England:

  • 15th April 1912; pioneer journalist William Steed, once editor of the Northern Echo, amongst those lost with the sinking of the Titanic.
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042025:Motor taxi Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1912

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054603:Three children Quality Row Byker Halliday Fred 1912

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032043:H.M.S. Monarch 1912

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012552:Blackfriars Newcastle upon Tyne around 1912.

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008385: Clayton Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1912

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008234:Pilgrim Street Newcastle upon Tyne 1912

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008377:Market Street Newcastle upon Tyne 1912

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008014:Grainger Street Newcastle upon Tyne 1912

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008376:Shakespeare street, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1912

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008384:Dean street Newcastle upon Tyne 1912

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030566: Sultan Osman, Elswick Shipyards, c. 1912

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028890a:J. W. Ramsay Jewellers Felling 1912

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067679:Spanish City and Pleasure Gardens, Whitley Bay 1912

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008018:Heaton Road Heaton Unknown 1912

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068721:Gaiety Theatre Nelson Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1912

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055013:Common's Bank Dinnington Unknown 1912

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054582: The 'Mail' Cup, Seaton Burn, Halliday, Fred, 1912

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028916:Bus Westerhope Unknown 1912

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008386:Clayton Street Newcastle upon Tyne 1912

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051311:Newgate Street, Newcastle upon Tyne 1912

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1912 Summer

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1912 Shipbuilding Yards listed by Tonnage
- Part of Grace's Guide to British Industrial History. This page lists British shipbuilding yards during 1912 listed in descending order of tonnage produced, with links to further information about ...

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058261:Appletree Gardens Walkergate Unknown 1912

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052719:Northumberland Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1912

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051313:Newgate Street

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038453:St. Hilda's Colliery Band South Shields unknown 1912

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008423:St. Stephen's Church Brunel Terrace Low Elswick Unknown 1912

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Proposed plan for the extension. Discovery Museum

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TITANIC MEMORY STILL LIVES ON

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W.T. Stead (1912 reel!)

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William Thomas Stead (1849-1912)
- William Stead was a pioneer of investigative journalism and one of the first people to show how the press could be used to influence public opinion and government.&nbsp; Stead was ...
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Titanic and Survivors - Genuine 1912 Footage

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The tank engine 'Hilda' built by Hawthorn Leslie

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027048:New Bridge Street Newcastle upon Tyne C.1912

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056141:Refuse Collectors Byker Unknown c.1912

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044184:Lord Allendale Unknown c.1912

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044186:Lady Ridley Halliday Fred c.1912

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Bishop Jacob Hostel, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1912

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Church of St Thomas, Cowshill
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Church of St Thomas, Cowshill
- Overview Map Street View St. Thomas Church is the parish church of Heatherycleugh Parish, located in Cowshill in Weardale. St Thomas' was rebuilt here in 1912, the original church, built ...
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Church of St Hild and St Helen, Seaham
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Hetton Silver Band Hall
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Hetton Silver Band Hall
- Hetton Silver Band Hall was built in c.1912 for the Hetton Silver Band, replacing the brass band's earlier tin hut. The Hall, at Hetton-le-Hole, remained in use until 2009, when ...
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Former Bank Building, 141 Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough
- Overview Map Street View No. 141 Linthorpe Road in Middlesbrough was built in 1912 by T.B. Whinney (London) and J. Forbes (Middlesbrough), for the London City and Midland Bank.[1] The ...
The Orion, Westerhope
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The Orion, Westerhope
- Overview Map Street View The Orion is a bingo hall and former cinema on Stamfordham Road in Westerhope. The building was originally an independent cinema known as "The Picture Palace". ...
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Civil War - London And Liverpool Under Mob Law (1911-1912)

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A sketch by Boardman Robinson (drawn in reference to the coal strikes of 1912 in the United States and United Kingdom) depicting a miner emerging out of the earth with a pick axe and head seeking the light above
- "A sketch by Boardman Robinson of the New York Tribune depicting a miner emerging out of the earth with a pick axe and head seeking the light above. 1 June ...

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