1989


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055155:Grey Street Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1989

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Tyne and Wear HER(11946): Bishopwearmouth Conservation Area
- SiteLines - Historic Environment Record "Designated in 1969. Extended in 1989 to take in surrounding 19th and 20th century development. It comprises fine Victorian and Edwardian buildings set within the medieval ...

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060948:Eldon Garden Percy Street Newcastle upon Tyne Ermel T. 1995

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Eldon Garden Shopping Centre
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Eldon Garden Shopping Centre
- Eldon Garden Shopping Centre on Percy Street began trading in March 1989 and was officially opened by&nbsp;Princess Margaret on 17th November 1989. Eldon Garden was built on the site of ...
Heatherslaw Light Railway
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Heatherslaw Light Railway
- Overview About the Railway Map A 15ins gauge railway which runs from Heatherslaw&nbsp;to Etal, in Northumberland. "The Heatherslaw Light Railway was the brainchild of Mr Neville Smith. He was an ...
Warner Brothers, Manors (1989-2004)
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Warner Brothers, Manors (1989-2004)
- Warner Bros multiplex cinema in Manors was opened by Kylie Minogue, with its first public film shown on 6th December 1989. The cinema was 'state of the art' for its ...
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That Was the Year That Was - 1989

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Northern Viaduct Trust
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Northern Viaduct Trust
- "The Northern Viaduct Trust was formed in 1989 to acquire, restore and maintain disused important railway viaducts in the North of England. The Trust's first project was at Smardale Gill, ...

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