Dudley, North Tyneside


Dudley is a former mining village in North Tyneside, located about 2 miles north of Killingworth, and just under 2 miles south of Cramlington, Northumberland. Dudley mainly grew in association with the opening of Dudley Colliery in 1856 and remained in operation until 1977.

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Bethel House, Dudley, formerly a Chapel, now a dwelling

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The Dudley Hotel

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Local Shops

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St Paul's Church, Dudley

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Dudley Colliery
- opened 1856, closed 1977.

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from Geograph (geograph)
Houses in Westlade Crescent, Dudley

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from Geograph (geograph)
John Willie Sams Centre, Dudley

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The Dudley Hotel, Dudley

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J Dawson, Dudley Colliery, prisoner

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J Martin - Dudley Colliery

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Thomas Summers - Dudley Colliery

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JW Carr - Dudley Colliery

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William Curtis - Dudley Colliery

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JH Ward, Dudley Colliery, wounded

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James Curtis - Dudley Colliery

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Robert Curtis - Dudley Colliery

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Joseph Mason - RE - Dudley Colliery (Invalided home)

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N Imrie - RND - Dudley (Wounded)

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F Dawson - RFA - Dudley Colliery (Wounded)

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M Clough - 6th E Yorks - Dudley Colliery (Wounded)

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RB Anderson - 9th NF - Dudley Colliery (Killed)

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RB Anderson - 9th NF - Dudley Colliery (Killed)

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T Dishman - 2nd DLI - Dudley Colliery (Wounded)

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R Ramsay - RFA - Dudley (Killed)

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G Tunnah - RND - Dudley Colliery (Missing)

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J Jackson - 10th DLI - Dudley Colliery (Wounded)

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J Walton - RND - Dudley (Wounded)

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J Mason - RND - Dudley Colliery (Wounded)

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TD Platten - 5th NF - Dudley (Wounded)

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John R Goodman - RND - Dudley (Wounded)

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RBW Smith - 5th NF - Dudley (Wounded and Gassed)

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R Gillespie - 2nd NF - Dudley (Prisoner of War)

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Thomas Crystal - ASC - Dudley (Wounded)

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WA Markham - 5th NF - Dudley (Wounded and Gassed)

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Corpl Thorne - 1st E Lancs - Dudley (Wounded)

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Burradon, North Tyneside
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ANNITSFORD (2nd site)
- 1878 - 1963 "The second Annitsford station was 16 chains (352yd) south of the station that it replaced. It was more conveniently sited than its predecessor to serve the village of ...

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