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2000s DNA Spiral, Times Square East End Library Hurlestone Tower Centre for Life Lightning Clock, Royal Quays Burnopfield Methodist Chapel
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069439:Official opening of East End Library Byker Unknown 2000

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068337:The Mayfair Low Friar Street Thurston Mark 2000

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Centre for Life
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Centre for Life
- Overview Further Information Map Street View The International Centre for Life (ICFL) is a science village and visitor attraction in Newcastle.&nbsp;The Life Science Centre, within the ICFL, provides visitors with ...
Hurlestone Tower
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Hurlestone Tower
- Overview Map A distinctive tower built in 2000 &nbsp;by the owners of Lilburn Tower to celebrate the new Millenium. The tower is an observation and &nbsp;conference venue built in the ...
DNA Spiral, Times Square
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DNA Spiral, Times Square
- This galvanised steel sculpture of the DNA spiral is by Charles Jencks, 2000. It is located in Times Square in the of the International Centre for Life in Newcastle.&nbsp;The sculpture ...
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That Was the Year That Was - 2000

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East End Library
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East End Library
Lightning Clock, Royal Quays
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Lightning Clock, Royal Quays
- 'Lightning Clock' is a working sculpture by Andy Plant, located at Royal Quays Shopping outlet in North Shields. On the stroke of every hour, the clock comes to life. The ...
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Burnopfield Methodist Chapel
- Overview Map Street View Burnopfield Methodist Church on Front Street in Buropfield was built in 2000 and stands on the site of the former Haswell Memorial Chapel. The first Methodist ...

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