Bandstands


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Bandstand, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Strumming in the bandstand.

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Bandstand, Exhibition Park

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Middlesbrough, South Bandstand, Albert Park

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Bandstand in Ward Jackson Park, Hartlepool

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Saltwell Park Victorian Bandstand at Beamish Museum

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Bandstand, Roker Park

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Roker Bandstand

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Welfare Park Bandstand, Horden

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Bandstand

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Beamish - Victorian Bandstand at Night

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The Band Stand

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Bandstand, Ward Jackson Park
Bandstand, Roker Park
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Bandstand, Roker Park
- "The bandstand is one of the park's most popular features. Its characteristic shape was influenced by Chinese style garden buildings, popular in Europe in the mid 18th century. The present ...
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Bandstand, Exhibition Park, Newcastle
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Bandstand, Exhibition Park, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View The octagonal bandstand in Exhibition Park, Newcastle, was built c.1875. The bandstand was renovated as part of a wider restoration scheme for Exhibition Park in 2015. ...

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