1919


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In Northern England:

  • 1919: the former theatre on Westgate Road, Newcastle, reopened as the Stoll Cinema
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067138:Barras Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1919

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The Gables

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018956: Whitefriars Place, Newcastle, July 1919

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049569:Cross House Fire Westgate Road/Fenkle Street Newcastle upon Tyne Illustrated Chronicle 1919

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The Gables - Elswick Road

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Gateshead, OS 1919

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Gateshead, 1919

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Stoll Cinema, Westgate Road
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Stoll Cinema, Westgate Road
- "Theatre and opera house, later cinema; now theatre. 1867 by W.B. Parnell for Cowan. Bought by Oswald Stoll and opened as cinema in 1919. Italianate front of three storeys, five ...
New Coliseum, Whitley Bay
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New Coliseum, Whitley Bay
- Overview Map Street View Former theatre and cinema at no's 246-248 Whitley Road. The grand fa&ccedil;ade of the New Coliseum is a feature of the town centre in Whitley Bay. ...
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Locomotive for Ashington Coal Company

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Hethpool House
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Hethpool House
- Overview Map Street View Hethpool House was built in 1919 by Cahill of Alnwick. It incorporates masonry from a much earlier building of 1687. &nbsp;The building is Grade II listed ...
Teesside Railless Traction Board
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Teesside Railless Traction Board
- Overview About Trolleybuses on Teesside The Tees-side Railless Traction Board was run jointly between Middlesbrough Corporation and Eston Urban District Council. It's trolleybus service was built to serve steelworks along ...

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