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Saltburn at War

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FORD CASTLE - List Entry

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Simon Cotterill - Caption for this image in the book: "The Venerable Bede dictating the last words of his translation of the Bible." (p111)

Added to Image from page 130 of "Our own English Bible : its translators and their work : the manuscript period" (1913) - 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Simon Cotterill - Thanks Jim - thats really interesting to see that roller skating was so popular back then, and that South Shields was leading the way with such an impressive rink! I was surprised to see that rolle...

Added to 029860:Ice Skating South Shields unknown c.1910 - 1 month ago
Simon Cotterill - Maybe he is the same John Clayton! - worth doing some family research...

Added to Bessie Surtees' House - 4 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 - 5 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 - 7 months, 1 week 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 - 7 months, 1 week ago
Simon Cotterill - The picture was painted by the Newcastle artist William Irving, who included many local characters in it. Towards the front of the picture, 'Gull Willie of Newburn' is being tricked by the card che...

Added to Blaydon Races Picture by William Irving (1903) - 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - I went past this windmill today on the way to Thirsk. Looks like there was some work going on with scaffolding around the windmill.

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Simon Cotterill - Thanks Simon, interesting to hear this is your Grandfather. Newcastle Libraries might possibly have further information about the photograph - it really captures the difficult working conditions. A...

Added to 038253:Westoe Colliery, South Shields c.1965 - 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Simon Cotterill - Thanks Jack - I'll add a page on Summer Hill!

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Simon Cotterill - Hi Andy, Thanks for sharing this account of your distant relative on Co-Curate - interesting to see the Tynemouth connection and hear about the ring and knockout practices of days gone by! All t...

Added to William Walker Sampson. Illegitimate Tynemouth born lad goes on to head major art ring from Christie's auction rooms, London - 1 year, 6 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Reads: 'Music Hall Nelson Street. Charles Dickens 1812 -1870. Charles Dickens gave public readings of his works in this theatre during 6 visits to Newcastle between 1852 and 1867. "A finer audience...

Added to Charles Dickens plaque - 1 year, 9 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Plaque reads: "Gunner Tower - Town Wall. Site of the late 13th century Gunner Tower which was converted 1821 for use by the Company of Slaters and Tylers. It was Demolished in 1885 and the foundat...

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Simon Cotterill - This event took place in June 2015

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Simon Cotterill - Hi Alex - that's really interesting to hear about the collection (sounds like a real gold mine!) and your trip to Bamburgh Castle. This photo of Vickers Armstrong is part of a Newcastle Libraries '...

Added to 066125:Retirement photograph Vickers Armstrong Ltd Elswick Works Elswick Unknown c.1950's - 2 years ago
Simon Cotterill - All the best for todays cycle tour - hope the rain holds off!

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Simon Cotterill - James - good to see the pics of Tynmouth North Pier - wish you were allowed to cycle down it!!! Simon (Co-Curate Team)

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Simon Cotterill - Shane - great connection you have made between George Stephenson and the Arbeia Roman Fort - with their sundials!! I never knew George Stephenson had made the sundial himself - wonder if that's why...

Added to Replica Sundial, Arbeia Roman Fort, South Shields - 2 years, 3 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Reads: Alan Hull 1945 - 1995. Born Benwell. Humanist, songwriter and poet, singer and musician. Performed here with the group Lindisfarn on over 120 occasions. The fog on the Tyne was all his.

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Simon Cotterill - From the article "In 1976 Patrick Thompson stood down as Director of Sunderland Shipbuilder's Ltd, ending his family's 157-year link to shipbuilding on the River Wear. He was the sixth generation o...

Added to Archive Exhibition Celebrates 10 years for the National Glass Centre ! - 2 years, 4 months ago
Simon Cotterill - Early film comedian Stan Laurel lived at No. 8 Dockwray Square from 1897 to 1901.

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Simon Cotterill - Gateshead Park opened 1876.

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Simon Cotterill - The church opened in 1885 and was a place of worship until 2013. See: http://www.shieldsgazette.com/news/business/auction-house-plan-for-former-church-1-6347036

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Simon Cotterill - Thanks Loraine. Nice photo - especially with the trees in the foreground! Shame it was so cloudy for the eclipse - but still quite momentous.

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Simon Cotterill - That said the photograph itself looks older - possibly Victorian?

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