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714529:Glasshouse Bridge Unknown c. 1890

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050989:Glasshouse bridge Unknown 1907

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003362:Glasshouse Bridges Byker 1906

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Glasshouse Bridge

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Glasshouse Bridge and Tyne Pub

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Ouseburn Barrage & The Tyne Bar, Maling Street

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The Ouseburn Barrage

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The Ouseburn meets the Tyne

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Tyne and Wear HER(9872): Ouseburn, New Glasshouse Bridge
- "....The 6-arch brick road bridge was built in 1878 and provided easier access to the industrial sites along the river bank. The name is derived from the former Glass Houses ...

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051104 Ouseburn Glasshouse c1910

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Old Glasshouse Bridge, Ouseburn
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Old Glasshouse Bridge, Ouseburn
- The Glass house bridge over the Ouseburn, east of Newcastle, was of wood until 1669, when it was built of stone by Thomas Wrangham, shipwright, on account of lands which ...
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"Indoor" beer garden, The Tyne, Ouseburn

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