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New Herrington Country Park

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Herrington Colliery

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Herrington Colliery by Jules Kelly

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The hoppings, Town Moor, Newcastle upon Tyne, c1985

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Nufc magpies

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Why the Hopping's is special to my Dad
- The hopping's is a special place in the North East to my Dad because he used to take me on all the rides which reminds him of his childhood ...

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Olivia Ainsley
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The hoppings

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tynemouth beach

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Vickers Armstrong Fire Station
- My Great Grandfather James Carroll fireman at Vickers Amstrong

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Rose Liddle


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  • P Taylor on Feb. 24, 2022, 1:25 p.m.

    I'd like to add some images. I clicked into +Comment from the Getting Started page. I have signed up, and I see the instructions for adding a resource. But now that process is asking me to select Add website resource/add video from youtube/add photo from Flickr/add photo from Geograph. My images are none of those things, they are simply old items from the family photo and postcard album, plus other items. Must I put them on Flickr or something?
    I'm struggling to find any kind of contact option for this site.
    And I'm not sure I'll know where to see an answer to this comment!

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