Floods


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Assessing risks of flash flooding using historical information – three examples from northeast England
- Presentation by David Archer, Geoff Parkin, Hayley Fowler - Newcastle University. "...Flash floods result from intense short duration rainfall, usually convective, that exceeds urban drainage capacity or rural infiltration capacity and ...

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Flood level of the Tyne in 1832

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Stranton Floods

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068304: Floods, Jesmond Road, Sept 1913

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Floods - Newcastle (1920-1929)

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023172:Flooded Chatsworth Gardens Westerhope Unknown 1941

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Floods in Morpeth

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049783:Stephenson Road High Heaton Unknown 1927

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Morpeth Flood

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River Tees in flood at Croft

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River Wear in flood, Croxdale

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Morpeth Floods Sept 2008 - Lunchtime

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049448:Jesmond Vale during the floods of 1903 Unknown 1903

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066525:Tyne Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1771

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024958:Cullercoats Railway Station Cullercoats North Tyneside 1903

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Morpeth Floods 2008
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Morpeth Floods 2008
- Following a period of sustained heavy rain the River Wansbeck burst its banks and overwhelmed the flood defences in Morpeth on the 6th of September 2008. Over 400 people had ...
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Great Flood of 1771
- Great Flood on the Rivers Tyne, Tees, Wear, Eden and other rivers in the region, on the 16th and 17th November 1771. On the 17th of November 1771, after torrential ...
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Tyne Bridge Damaged by Floods, 1771
- "On Sunday Morning the 17th of November 1771 an unprecedented inundation of the Tyne occurred by which the bridge at Newcastle with the shops and houses thereon were carried away ...
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Underwater Rail

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Come Hell or High Water 2

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Flooding, Lobley Hill Road, Gateshead

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New Big flood in Corbridge UK after storm Desmond

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Floods, January 2005, Carlisle
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Floods, January 2005, Carlisle
- Heavy rainfall on Friday the 7th January led to flooding in Carlisle on Saturday the 8th January 2005. It was the worst flood to affect Carlisle since 1822, 3 people were killed, ...

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