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Overview About Old Hartley Map Street View   Hartley is a historic village in Northumberland, England. The village lies on the A193 road south of Blyth and 4 miles north ...
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Simon Cotterill - Hi Richard, Thanks for sharing this additional information. It is hard to imaging enduring such horrific conditions, let alone how James found the inner strength for such heroics. Interesting to... Added to James Pringle Campbell - Royal Engineers - Amble - 18 hours ago
Richard Shaw - This was the second DCM awarded to James Pringle. Although having been awarded two DCM's he never spoke to his family about the circumstances. The only comment he ever made to his son was that the ... Added to James Pringle Campbell - Royal Engineers - Amble - 20 hours ago
Gert - While excavating at Carchemish, Thomas Edward Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) met Gertrude Bell. Added to Painting of Lawrence of Arabia, 1919, by Augustus John (1878-1961) - 3 days, 10 hours ago
Simon Cotterill - Yes, absolutely. The more people who use/contribute the better! Thanks for your interest. Added to Accumulator Tower, Albert Edward Dock - 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Maz - That's brilliant Simon. You have taken my comment in the way which I intended and with good grace; so promptly too. May I continue to use your website please? It is fascinating. Added to Accumulator Tower, Albert Edward Dock - 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Simon Cotterill - Will also feed that back to Sitelines & Historic England which mention it as the only surviving example. Perhaps there is a point of clarification regarding the type of hydrolic machinery. List ent... Added to Accumulator Tower, Albert Edward Dock - 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Simon Cotterill - Hi Maz, Thanks so much for your comment. Yes, you are absolutely right about the swing bridge. I've reworded the description to clarify that the Accumulator Tower is a surviving example on the R... Added to Accumulator Tower, Albert Edward Dock - 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Maz - Simon - am I not right in saying its not the only hydraulic equipment on the Tyne, what about the Swing Bridge with hydraulics also invented by Armstrong? 'The hydraulic power still used to move th... Added to Accumulator Tower, Albert Edward Dock - 4 weeks ago
Pat Thomson - The Bull Ring, North Shields Added to newpic26 - 2 months ago
Pat Thomson - The painting c.1939 is by George Blessed (1904–1997) and can usually be seen at Woodhorn Museum see: http://www.experiencewoodhorn.com/archive.ASHMM%201989.17~75 Added to Whippets by George Blessed - 3 months, 2 weeks ago

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