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1997


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In Northern England:

  • 26th March 1997; the smaller stack of Marsden Rock, near South Shields, demolished by explosives for safety reasons.
  • 1st April 1997; start of the Grainger Town Project, a major enhancement of Newcastle city centre.
  • 30th July 1997; the Stadium of Light in Sunderland was opened by Prince Andrew.
1990s Meta Culpa (sculpture) Blacksmith's Needle, Newcastle Quayside Stadium of Light
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
064398:The entrance Hodgkin Park Benwell Newcastle upon Tyne Maybury Malcolm 1997

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064201:Pitcher and Piano Quayside Maybury Malcolm 1997

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064166:Savoy cinema Beechgrove Road Elswick Maybury Malcolm 1997

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065138:Northumberland Road Newcastle upon Tyne Maybury Malcolm 1997

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
065126:NCP Car Park John Dobson Street Newcastle upon Tyne Maybury Malcolm 1997

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
064154:Adelaide Centre Adelaide Terrace Benwell Maybury Malcolm 1997

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
064195:Convent of the Sacred Heart Fenham Hall Drive Fenham Maybury Malcolm 1997

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Stadium of Light
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Stadium of Light
- Overview Map Street View The Stadium of Light is an all-seater football stadium which is home to Sunderland AFC. The football club had been based at Roker Park for 99 ...
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That Was the Year That Was - 1997

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Blacksmith's Needle, Newcastle Quayside
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Blacksmith's Needle, Newcastle Quayside
- Overview Map Street View The Blacksmith's Needle is a sculpture on the Quayside at Newcastle. It was made by the British Artist Blacksmiths Association, with it's constituent parts made at ...
Meta Culpa (sculpture)
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Meta Culpa (sculpture)
- Meta Culpa is a sculpture by&nbsp;Robert Bryce Muir, completed in 1997 and relocated to Bogle Crag Wood in Grizedale Forest in 2006. It is "Two larger than lifesize figures are ...

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