1971


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In Northern England:

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021940:Percy Street Newcastle upon Tyne Signey J. 1971

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034451:Junior Library Central Library Princess Square Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1971

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039014:Office development All Saints Area Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1971

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025387:Walkerville Library Appletree Gardens Walkerville City Engineers 1971

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021518:Montague Primary School Moorview Crescent Cowgate 1971

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021456:Callers Ltd, Northumberland Street, Newcastle upon Tyne 1971

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021308:Shakespeare Street Newcastle upon Tyne Signey J. 1971

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
043336:Hanover Street Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1971

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020240:Manor's Railway Station Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1971

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Metrocentre, Dunston, Gateshead July 1971

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Former Bank of England, Pilgrim Street
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Former Bank of England, Pilgrim Street
- The former Bank of England building on Pilgrim Street was built 1968-1971 by Fitzroy, Robinson &amp; Partners. The building was demolished in 2012.
Derwent Tower, Dunston
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Derwent Tower, Dunston
- Overview About Derwent Tower Derwent Tower, knick named the "Dunston Rocket" was a 29-storey apartment block and was a prominent landmark in Dunston, Gateshead. The tower was commisioned by Whickham ...
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That Was the Year That Was - 1971

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Decimal Day: an introductory pack of the new currency.
- Image c/o Wikimedia Commons

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Simon Cotterill
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Threepence reverse
- Public domain image c/o Wikipedia

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Simon Cotterill

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