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Peter Smith - Did you know there was also a Seaham Colliery in Wallsend, New South Wales, Australia? The names clearly show the past links with migration from the North East of England. Added to Seaham Colliery (1849-1988) - 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Peter Smith - Because it has been pedestrianised for so long, I can only just about remember when Northumberland Street was busy with cars, lorries and buses! Added to 053227:Northumberland Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, City Engineers, 1980 - 3 months, 1 week ago
Simon Cotterill - Maybe he is the same John Clayton! - worth doing some family research... Added to Bessie Surtees' House - 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Gargett Gargett - John Clayton was the name of my Great Grandfather. I wonder if it is the same person. Nice rustic house. It's like a time capsule. Added to Bessie Surtees' House - 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - The T&G Allan store in Whitley Bay closed in 2009, the store in Morpeth remains open. The company was originally established in 1858, in Newcastle on Collingwood Street, by brothers Thomas and Geor... Added to T&G Allan - 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - Thanks for sharing that - and great photos in the article, especially the cobbles on Jefferson Street! The area looks so different now; though there is now a Jefferson Place near where the street w... Added to 036132:The Cottage New Mills Fenham Dept of Environmental Health c.1935 - 6 months ago
John Hignett - I grow up in Leeds, but spent most my holidays in Newcastle in the 1970s, early 80s, my grandparents live on Jefferson Street and many of my cousins at the time went to todds nook school, this w... Added to 036132:The Cottage New Mills Fenham Dept of Environmental Health c.1935 - 6 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Looks like it might be based on your map. The windows look consistent with a photo of Todd's Nook School in the Chronicle: http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/lifestyle/nostalgia/remember-when-calling-... Added to 036132:The Cottage New Mills Fenham Dept of Environmental Health c.1935 - 6 months ago
John Hignett - is the building in the background not the old Todds nook school, looking at an old map of the area http://www.fototime.com/D2733E36FB1945A/orig.jpg. I may be wrong, but it looks very familiar Added to 036132:The Cottage New Mills Fenham Dept of Environmental Health c.1935 - 6 months ago
Peter Smith - See the sign for "Horse Repository" in the background. Added to 053572:No Title available - 6 months, 2 weeks ago

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