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1950s Easington Colliery Disaster, 1951 Sting (musician) 1951- Opening of Tyne Pedestrian and Cyclist Tunnels, 1951
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Easington Colliery Disaster, 1951

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The British Warrior

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View of The Tunnel Interior

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Tyne Tunnels Aerial View

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Completed escalators

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Easington Colliery Disaster - crowd waiting for news

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Mr Fothergill - Easington Colliery Rescue Team Member

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069214:North View School Heaton Unknown 1951

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Durham Big Meeting / Miner's Gala (Archive)

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Special - Welcome To Cup Winners (1951)

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Fa Cup 5th Round Sunderland V Norwich City (1951)

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Eassington Colliery Disaster. (1951)

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Whitley Bay dance poster

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Easington pit disaster memories

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Sting (musician) 1951-
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Sting (musician) 1951-
- Overview About Sting Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner was born in Wallsend on 2nd October 1951, and is famous as the the musician, singer/songwriter, and actor known as Sting. &nbsp;He was ...
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Tyneside

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FA Cup 1951 : Newcastle 2 - Blackpool 0

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Easington Colliery Disaster, 1951
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Easington Colliery Disaster, 1951
- Overview About the Disaster On the 29th of May&nbsp;1951 an explosion at&nbsp;Easington Colliery resulted in 83 deaths. An accumulation of flammable gas (firedamp), propagated by coal dust, was ignited by ...

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