1934


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Famous Football Clubs No. 1 - Newcastle United (1934)

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023222:Westerhope Methodist Church Westerhope Unknown 1934

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034566:City Road Newcastle upon Tyne Dept of Environmental Health 1934

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068701:Advertising stunt Stoll cinema Westgate Road Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1934

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044881:Wharrier Street Police Station Walker Unknown 1934

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029780:Hebburn Hebburn Infirmary 1934.

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029779:Hebburn Infirmary 1934

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Mud & Mirth (1934)

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Work For 2,000 (1934)

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034589:Danskin Place Scotswood Newcastle upon Tyne Dept of Environmental Health 1934

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Armistice Day 1934 Beware - Other Item Share This Title (1934)

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Prince Of Wales Tours Durham (1934)

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A £512,000 'link' AKA New Bridge At Middlesbrough (1934)

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Famous Football Teams In Training No. 2 - Sunderland (1934)

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Empire Day Parade In Sunderland (1934)

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10th Annual Sunderland Carnival And Roker Regatta, 1933. (1933)

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Mass Demolition (1934)

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Rabbit Pies (1934)

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Tees Newport Bridge
- Overview History Map Street View The Tees Newport Bridge was the first large vertical lift bridge in Europe, and opened by Prince Albert (later King George VI) on 28 February, ...
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055055:New Westgate cinema Westgate Road/Clayton Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1934

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068702:Advertising stunt New Westgate cinema Westgate Road/Clayton Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1934

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055056:Advertising stunt New Westgate cinema Westgate Road/Clayton Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1934

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053047:Advertising stunt Stoll cinema Westgate Road Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1934

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034561:St. Ann Street Newcastle upon Tyne Dept of Environmental Health 1934No.

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044209:Stoll cinema Westgate Road Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1934

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044081:Stoll cinema Westgate Road Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1934

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PS Wingfield Castle
- The PS Wingfield Castle is a paddlesteamer built by William Gray & Company at Hartlepool, launched in 1934. The ship was a former Humber Estuary ferry and is now preserved as ...
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Corner House, Heaton
- Overview Map Street View The Corner House Hotel in Heaton was built by James Deuchar in 1934.[1] The hotel/pub is located on the corner of Heaton Road and Stephenson Road ...

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