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Woodhouse, West Woodburn

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Memorial to Adam Telfer and Old Hemp

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Low Cleughs Bastle

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West Woodburn Bridge

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Bay Horse Inn, West Woodburn

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Ray Demesne

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War Memorial, Rochester

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Old School House, Rochester

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1102

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Berwick Museum & Art Gallery

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1514

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Coxlodge Colliery (c.1821 - 1894)

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1786: Hot air Balloon Drama at Newcastle!

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Gosforth Colliery (1825 - 1884)

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Dyke Stone, Gosforth

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Gate Piers and Walls, Church of St Luke

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Former Bank

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Former National Provincial Bank, Mosley Street

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The Border Minstrel, Gosforth Park

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John Wardle (c1827-1899)

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No. 12, Clayton Street

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Former Caretaker's House, Ouseburn Schools

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Former Ouseburn Schools, Walker Road

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Tunnel at Marshall Meadows

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Marshal Meadows, Northumberland

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Woodhouse, West Woodburn

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Memorial to Adam Telfer and Old Hemp

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Covered reservoir

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Woodhouse, West Woodburn

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Path, Woodhouse

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Low Cleughs Bastle

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Cleughs Burn

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Low Cleughs Bastle

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Low Cleughs bastle

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West Woodburn Bridge - 1957

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Bridge, West Woodburn

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West Woodburn Bridge

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River Rede

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Latest 25 comments
Peter Smith - In Medieval times, Christians making a pilgrimage to Saint James' shrine often wore a scallop shell. The parish magazine for St James' Church is named 'Scallop Shell'.

Added to Shilbottle, St James - 1 year, 2 months ago
Peter Smith - "The first Chinese restaurant in Newcastle was the Marlborough Café on Scotswood Road which opened its doors in 1949 when the estimated Chinese population was about 30." (Steve Ellwood: https://twi...

Added to 048842:Marlborough Cafe Newcastle upon Tyne c. 1950s - 1 year, 10 months ago
Peter Smith - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Robb_(British_Army_officer)

Added to Robb, W - N F - 2 years, 3 months ago
Peter Smith - "The tragic story of Joe the Quilter has taken a happier turn almost 200 years after his death. Joe the Quilter - elderly widower Joseph Hedley - was killed in his cottage on the outskirts of Wa...

Added to Jo the Quilter's Cottage (1825). - 2 years, 10 months ago
Peter Smith - Swan House (now 55 Degrees North) in the Background.

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Peter Smith - "Google identifies the centre spot of Newcastle as being in a cafeteria in the King George VI building at Newcastle University, while the city council believed it might be Grey's Monument." https:/...

Added to King George VI Building - 3 years, 10 months ago
Peter Smith - This old Once Brewed YHA was replaced by 'The Sill' in 2017 - which is run jointly by Northumberland National Park and YHA.

Added to Once Brewed Youth Hostel - 4 years, 9 months ago
Peter Smith - This visitor centre was replaced by 'The Sill' in 2017 - which is run jointly by Northumberland National Park and YHA.

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Peter Smith - Catchgate Methodist Church held its last service on Sunday 17th December 2017.

Added to Catchgate Methodist Church - 4 years, 11 months ago
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) - 5 years, 6 months 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 - 5 years, 8 months ago
Peter Smith - See the sign for "Horse Repository" in the background.

Added to 053572:No Title available - 6 years ago
Peter Smith - Look hard enough and you can still see the remnants of the Swan House name and BT logo on this 2005 photo!

Added to 55 degrees North - 7 years, 2 months ago
Peter Smith - See c2c Website for latest route options: http://www.c2c-guide.co.uk/

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Peter Smith - "The New Wesleyan Chapel on Shepherds Hill will host its final service this month. It was built in 1891 and paid for by members on land bought from the Duke of Northumberland because the original o...

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