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History of Berwick-upon-Tweed

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Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1855

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Farne Islands, 1855

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Tweedmouth Chapelry, 1855

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Berrington Burn

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North Low (river)

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South Low (river)

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Lowlynn Bridge

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Kyloe Hills promontory fort

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Geoff Horseman - Dunston 'B' power station did not replace Dunston 'A' by 1950. The Parsons 15 MW gas turbine generator was installed in the 'A' station around 1950, so the two stations continued to operate side by s…

Added to Dunston Power Station - 4 days, 11 hours ago
Val Hutchinson - The bandsman receiving the cup is my grandad Edward Patterson not K Pattison. He was known as Ned Could the name please be changed to the correct one.

Added to Mr. K. Pattison receiving the Daily Herald Trophy at Belle Vue, Manchester in 1947, on behalf of Hetton Silver Prize Band. - 1 week, 4 days ago
Rebecca Elliott - I have 2 photographs of nurses at Watergate Hospital in 1935 , the photos were the property of my mother who died in 1936 , can I upload these ? Rebecca Elliott

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James Bryce - The gentleman on the right is Mr Kenneth Douglas, who was the Managing Director at Austin and Pickersgill's Southwick Shipyard in the 1956 to 1967. He then left and became Managing Director of Upper …

Added to Preparing to launch 'Nicola' at the Southwick shipyard - 3 weeks ago
Colin Tombs - Unfortunately this image is of St. Thomas's Church, Stanhope. The church of St. Mary and St. Stephen in Wolsingham has a round clock. The clock of St. Thomas's Church in Stanhope has a diamond shape…

Added to Church of St Thomas, Stanhope - 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Simon Cotterill - Thanks very much for providing that interesting update Peter - description updated accordingly.

Added to Former Police Station, Church Street, Wooler - 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Peter Davies - The building is called The Old Court House which is what it was, as well as a police station. It is a private home and no longer a B&B. There are two cells with original doors, a prisoners' exercis…

Added to Former Police Station, Church Street, Wooler - 1 month ago
Terry Shawe - This is also my Great Uncle. Frederick Scott was born in Belfast on 7th. April 1894. His father, Robert Scott, was shown in the 1901 census as having been born in 'England' but we were not sure where…

Added to Fred Scott - NF - Willington Quay (Died of wounds) - 1 month, 1 week ago
Dennis Cavendish - I have a painting in my house here in Canada of “Miss Grey of Brainshaugh” painted by Mason Chamberlin probably dating from the late 1760’s or early 1770’s. It is a large painting of a formidable, bu…

Added to Brainshaugh (House) - 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Hugo Justic - West moor pit was wear Lidel is now. They had to fill in the main shaft to build Lidel. The lake was formed by subsidance. We used to call it Macca's Pond because it was on the land of McWilliams …

Added to West Moor - 3 months ago


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