Grade II Listed


Grade II buildings are of special architectural or historical interest and are protected by law. They make up 92% of buildings in the the National Heritage List for England (NHLE): http://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/

Below are just some of the Grade II listed buildings in the North East of England and Cumbria. This page is not intended to be a complete list of Grade II buildings, just those with profiles on Co-Curate.

Title List number County/Met
'Spiral Nebula', Newcastle University 1437126 Newcastle
2-4 Exchange Place, Middlesbrough 1136738 Tees Valley
2-6 Nelson Street, Newcastle 1024809 Newcastle
29-31, Corporation Road, Middlesbrough 1136683 Tees Valley
38 Church Street, Hartlepool 1250115 Tees Valley
45 Northumberland Street, Newcastle 1024822 Newcastle
8 Nelson Street, Newcastle 1024810 Newcastle
96 and 87 Elvet Bridge 1120635 County Durham
Abberwick Mill 1371051 Northumberland
Abberwick Mill House 1052348 Northumberland
Abbey House, Palace Green, Durham 1121387 County Durham
Academy Theatre, Gainford 1160172 County Durham
Adamson Memorial Drinking Fountain 1025403 North Tyneside
Akeld Manor 1042372 Northumberland
Albert Bridge, Middlesbrough Station 1139840 Tees Valley
All Saints Church, Gosforth 1024973 Newcastle
Allenheads Church 1042964 Northumberland
Allenheads Hall 1154155 Northumberland
Alston Arches Viaduct, Haltwhistle 1156068 Northumberland
Angerton Hall 1371034 Northumberland
Annfield Plain Library 1240952 County Durham
Appleby Station 1311476 Cumbria
Appleby Station, East Platform Building 1319067 Cumbria
Appleby Station, Footbridge 1145563 Cumbria
Arkleby Hall 1217229 Cumbria
Armstrong Building, Newcastle University 1380578 Newcastle
Armstrong Memorial, Barras Bridge 1299341 Newcastle
Aviaries, Saltwell Park 1248554 Gateshead
Bacchus House, Elsdon 1371476 Northumberland
Backworth Hall 1354995 Northumberland
Balmbra's, Cloth Market 1320266 Newcastle
Bandstand, Exhibition Park, Newcastle 1024904 Newcastle
Bandstand, Roker Park 1207119 Sunderland
Bandstand, Ward Jackson Park 1263294 Tees Valley
Bank Top Fountain, Chillingham 1042393 Northumberland
Barber Surgeons Hall, Newcastle 1145914 Newcastle
Bastle House, Cambo 1370670 Northumberland
Beadnell Harbour 1233049 Northumberland
Beadnell Tower Hotel 1233312 Northumberland
Beaurepaire 1120721 County Durham
Bede Memorial Cross, Roker 1279882 Sunderland
Bede Tower, Sunderland 1279563 Sunderland
Bede's Well, Monkton 1025201 Sunderland
Beehive Hotel, Cloth Market 1024920 Newcastle
Beehive Inn, nr Earsdon 1355005 North Tyneside
Belsay School 1153721 Northumberland
Benson Monument, Hexham 1370777 Northumberland
Benwell Towers 1186255 Newcastle
Bewcastle Cross, St Mary's Church, Wreay 1087759 Cumbria
Bewick Bridge 1042410 Northumberland
Bewick House, Bewick Street, Newcastle 1024960 Newcastle
Bird in the Bush Inn, Elsdon 1041234 Northumberland
Black Bull, Wolsingham 1233104 County Durham
Black Hall, near Juniper 1303185 Northumberland
Blackheddon Hall 1042813 Northumberland
Blanchland Bridge 1045417 Northumberland
Blencogo House Farm - Barn 1234488 Cumbria
Blenkinsopp Castle 1370313 Northumberland
Blueback Bridge, Whitfield 1045432 Northumberland
Bluebell Inn, Embleton 1041786 Northumberland
Boer War Memorial, Saltwell Park 1248761 Gateshead
Bolam Hall 1370689 Northumberland
Bouse Team, Mohope Head Lead Mine 1156464 Northumberland
Bow Windows Farm, Rampside 1218691 Cumbria
Bram Crag farmhouse, St John's in the Vale 1121122 Cumbria
Brampton Mill, Eden 1144947 Cumbria
Brancepeth War Memorial 1433731 County Durham
Brathay Hall 1087203 Cumbria
Bridge (1764 - 2015), Pooley Bridge 1326698 Cumbria
Bridge End, Cowshill 1229602 County Durham
Bridge Hotel, Newcastle 1320030 Newcastle
Bridge Mill, Haggerston 1042272 Northumberland
Bridge over Croxdale Beck 1159129 County Durham
Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston 1370545 Northumberland
Bridge over railway, Leamside 1159963 County Durham
Bridge over River Esk, Longtown 1087528 Cumbria
Bridge over River Font, Netherwitton 1153913 Northumberland
Bridge over Tarset Burn, Lanehead 1370504 Northumberland
Bridge over the River Till, Doddington 1370945 Northumberland
Bridge over Whillan Beck, Boot, Eskdale 1086654 Cumbria
Bridge over Wreigh Burn, Thropton 1371143 Northumberland
Bridge to west of Close House 1042804 Northumberland
Bridge, Warwick Bridge 1123701 Cumbria
Brougham Castle Bridge 1145357 Cumbria
Bruce Building, Percy Street, Newcastle 1024789 Newcastle
Buddle Arts Centre, Wallsend 1299625 North Tyneside
Burradon Hall 1155797 Northumberland
Burt Hall, Northumbria University 1326021 Newcastle
Bus depot, Sandyford 1024795 Newcastle
Buston Barns Farmhouse 1155307 Northumberland
Butter Stone, nr Lartington 1121050 County Durham
Butterknowle War Memorial 1433867 County Durham
Bywell Bridge, over the Tyne 1303849 Northumberland
Callerton Hall 1302816 Northumberland
Carham Parish War Memorial 1391867 Northumberland
Carliol House 1087029 Newcastle
Cart-shed and granary, Low Buston 1041718 Northumberland
Cathedral Buildings, Dean Street, Newcastle 1024886 Newcastle
Cattle Market, Newcastle 1355279 Newcastle
Ceddesfield Hall, Sedgefield 1160001 County Durham
Cenotaph, Jarrow 1299481 South Tyneside
Central Railway Station, Redcar 1160328 Tees Valley
Chapel of St Elizabeth of Hungary, Minsteracres 1155079 Northumberland
Chapels to Harton Cemetery 1231987 South Tyneside
Charles Palmer Statue, Jarrow 1355095 South Tyneside
Charlton House, Sunderland 1207107 Sunderland
Charlton Memorial Fountain, Saltwell Park 1248553 Gateshead
Chathill Station 1276357 Northumberland
Cherryburn 1154673 Northumberland
Chimney Mill 1024905 Newcastle
Chimney, Quickburn 1101493 County Durham
Chollerford Bridge 1370563 Northumberland
Chopwell War Memorial 1025171 Gateshead
Christ Church, Felling 1184901 Gateshead
Christ Church, Jarrow 1025199 South Tyneside
Christ Church, North Shields 1185050 North Tyneside
Christ Church, Stanley 1391865 County Durham
Church of St. Cuthbert, Parsonby 1275603 Cumbria
Church of All Hallows, Henshaw, Northumberland 1370303 Northumberland
Church of All Saints, Great Stainton 1185908 County Durham
Church of All Saints, West Woodburn 1304019 Northumberland
Church of Holy Trinity, Eggleston 1121634 County Durham
Church of Holy Trinity, Startforth 1310294 County Durham
Church of Holy Trinity, Washington 1185061 Sunderland
Church of Our Lady and St. Wilfrid, Blyth 1154702 Northumberland
Church of St Aiden, Thorneyburn 1302858 Northumberland
Church of St Andrew, Hartlepool 1250674 Tees Valley
Church of St Andrew, Lamesley 1025154 Gateshead
Church of St Andrew, Longtown 1087526 Cumbria
Church of St Andrew, Shotley Low Quarter 1156312 Northumberland
Church of St Andrew, Spennymoor 1121447 County Durham
Church of St Andrew, Stanley 1323689 County Durham
Church of St Augustine, Alston 1106230 Cumbria
Church of St Bartholomew, Longbenton 1025393 North Tyneside
Church of St Bartholomew, Sunderland Bridge 1159286 County Durham
Church of St Catherine, nr Boot, Eskdale 1086695 Cumbria
Church of St Christopher, Gunnerton 1155349 Northumberland
Church of St Cuthbert RC, Cowpen, Blyth 1431014 Northumberland
Church of St Cuthbert, Amble 1371135 Northumberland
Church of St Cuthbert, Carham 1042195 Northumberland
Church of St Cuthbert, Corsenside 1370445 Northumberland
Church of St Cuthbert, Greenhead 1045267 Northumberland
Church of St Cuthbert, Hebron 1153555 Northumberland
Church of St Cuthbert, Shadforth 1159782 County Durham
Church of St Cuthbert, Shotley Bridge 1240381 County Durham
Church of St Ebba, Beadnell 1276786 Northumberland
Church of St George, Barrow-in-Furness 1201077 Cumbria
Church of St George, Mickley 1044950 Northumberland
Church of St George, Millom 1065710 Cumbria
Church of St George, Wall 1042991 Northumberland
Church of St Helen, Whitley Chapel 1045326 Northumberland
Church of St Hild and St Helen, Seaham 1232269 County Durham
Church of St James and St. Basil, Fenham 1024896 Newcastle
Church of St James, Castle Eden 1120940 County Durham
Church of St James, Coundon 1292852 County Durham
Church of St James, Riding Mill 1370262 Northumberland
Church of St James, South Charlton 1045887 Northumberland
Church of St James, Thorpe Thewles 1139224 Tees Valley
Church of St John the Baptist, Alnmouth 1371166 Northumberland
Church of St John the Baptist, Lowick 1042253 Northumberland
Church of St John the Baptist, St John's Chapel 1232171 County Durham
Church of St John the Baptist, Stillington 1356589 Tees Valley
Church of St John the Evangelist, Birtley 1355096 Gateshead
Church of St John the Evangelist, Ingleton 1121087 County Durham
Church of St John the Evangelist, Killingworth 1184227 North Tyneside
Church of St John the Evangelist, Longhirst 1042127 Northumberland
Church of St John the Evangelist, Lynesack 1121617 County Durham
Church of St John The Evangelist, Otterburn 1370514 Northumberland
Church of St John the Evangelist, Seaham 1277262 County Durham
Church of St John, Healey 1303573 Northumberland
Church of St John, Shildon 1121498 County Durham
Church of St John, Whitfield 1045438 Northumberland
Church of St Joseph, Birtley 1431020 Gateshead
Church of St Luke, Ferryhill 1121472 County Durham
Church of St Luke, Greystead 1044857 Northumberland
Church of St Luke, Pallion 1292949 Sunderland
Church of St Luke, Spital Tongues 1355224 Newcastle
Church of St Margaret of Antioch, Tanfield 1240887 County Durham
Church of St Mark, Marske-by-the-Sea 1387546 Tees Valley
Church of St Mary Magdalen, Seaham 1431022 County Durham
Church of St Mary the Less, Durham 1121335 County Durham
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Throckley 1186066 Newcastle
Church of St Mary, Embleton, County Durham 1159838 County Durham
Church of St Mary, Heworth 1025183 Gateshead
Church of St Mary, Holystone, Northumberland 1303234 Northumberland
Church of St Mary, Horden 1158895 County Durham
Church of St Mary, Sherburn Village 1159348 County Durham
Church of St Mary, South Hylton 1390829 Sunderland
Church of St Mary, Threlkeld 1319022 Cumbria
Church of St Mary, Vickerstown 1291841 Cumbria
Church of St Mary, Windermere 1203319 Cumbria
Church of St Mary, Wooler 1042332 Northumberland
Church of St Matthew, Newbottle 1184890 Sunderland
Church of St Maurice, Ellingham 1276368 Northumberland
Church of St Michael and All Angels, Howick 1371184 Northumberland
Church of St Michael and the Holy Angels, Pennington, Cumbria 1086797 Cumbria
Church of St Michael, Arlecdon 1086721 Cumbria
Church of St Michael, Bootle, Cumbria 1086650 Cumbria
Church of St Michael, Mosser 1145211 Cumbria
Church of St Nicholas, Cramlington 1371416 Northumberland
Church of St Nicholas, West Kyloe 1370949 Northumberland
Church of St Ninian, RC, Wooler 1304105 Northumberland
Church of St Oswald, Bellingham 1044992 Northumberland
Church of St Paul, Elswick 1024846 Newcastle
Church of St Paul, North Thornaby 1139919 Tees Valley
Church of St Paul, Rusland 1225406 Cumbria
Church of St Paul, Ryhope 1217835 Sunderland
Church of St Paul, Spennymoor 1121449 County Durham
Church of St Paul, West Pelton 1159301 County Durham
Church of St Paul, Whitley Bay 1185615 North Tyneside
Church of St Paul, Winlaton 1025175 Gateshead
Church of St Peter the Apostle, Byers Green 1159708 County Durham
Church of St Peter, Harton 1232324 South Tyneside
Church of St Peter, Humshaugh 1155919 Northumberland
Church of St Peter, Ireleth 1292088 Cumbria
Church of St Peter, Redcar 1139614 Tees Valley
Church of St Peter, Scremerston 1042249 Northumberland
Church of St Peter, Wolviston 1329469 Tees Valley
Church of St Philip and St James, Tow Law 1232516 County Durham
Church of St Philip, Arthurs Hill 1024773 Newcastle
Church of St Stephen, Low Elswick 1355238 Newcastle
Church of St Thomas, Harelaw 1240951 County Durham
Church of St Thomas, Stanley Crook 1228810 County Durham
Church of St. Alban, Earsdon 1184308 North Tyneside
Church of St. Andrew, Bolam, County Durham 1121133 County Durham
Church of St. Barnabas, Bournmoor 1120988 County Durham
Church of St. Barnabas, Linthorpe 1139832 Tees Valley
Church of St. Bartholomew, Thornley, nr Wolsingham 1233313 County Durham
Church of St. Cuthbert, Allendale 1042941 Northumberland
Church of St. Cuthbert, Blaydon 1355120 Gateshead
Church of St. Cuthbert, East Rainton 1184778 Sunderland
Church of St. Cuthbert, Ormesby 1139628 Tees Valley
Church of St. Cuthbert, Satley 1185997 County Durham
Church of St. Edmund, Edmundbyers 1229331 County Durham
Church of St. Edward, Whitley Bay 1413394 North Tyneside
Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Byrness 1044835 Northumberland
Church of St. Helen, Longhorsley 1153608 Northumberland
Church of St. Hilda, Lucker 1042263 Northumberland
Church of St. James, Benwell 1024959 Newcastle
Church of St. John the Baptist, Annitsford 1041351 North Tyneside
Church of St. John the Baptist, Ulgham 1042101 Northumberland
Church of St. John the Evangelist, Percy Main 1355013 North Tyneside
Church of St. John the Evangelist, Rookhope 1232216 County Durham
Church of St. Joseph, Blaydon 1025177 Tees Valley
Church of St. Jude, Shieldfield 1024747 Newcastle
Church of St. Margaret of Antioch, Brotton 1263299 Tees Valley
Church of St. Mark, Newcastle Climbing Centre 1024723 Newcastle
Church of St. Mark, Ninebanks 1045404 Northumberland
Church of St. Mary and St. Stephen, Wolsingham 1232841 County Durham
Church of St. Mary and St. Thomas Aquinas, Stella 1355082 Gateshead
Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Etal 1042179 Northumberland
Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Stannington 1042627 Northumberland
Church of St. Mary, Hartlepool 1250263 Tees Valley
Church of St. Mary, Nunthorpe 1139841 Tees Valley
Church of St. Michael and All Saints, Barnington 1121721 County Durham
Church of St. Nicholas, Durham 1310684 County Durham
Church of St. Nicholas, South Gosforth 1355218 Newcastle
Church of St. Oswin, Wylam 1044959 Northumberland
Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Choppington 1041422 Northumberland
Church of St. Paul, Branxton 1042191 Northumberland
Church of St.Thomas of Canterbury, Longhorsley 1153619 Northumberland
Church of the Divine Unity, Ellison Place, Newcastle 1245126 Newcastle
Church of the Holy Paraclete, Kirkhaugh 1042925 Northumberland
Church of the Holy Saviour, Tynemouth 1025369 North Tyneside
Church of the Holy Trinity, Brathay 1335768 Cumbria
Church of the Holy Trinity, Seaton Carew 1250751 Tees Valley
Church of the Holy Trinity, Seghill 1371384 Northumberland
Church of the Holy Trinity, Southwick 1207066 Sunderland
Church of the Holy Trinity, Wingate 1323087 County Durham
City Baths, Newcastle 1242013 Newcastle
Claife Station, Far Sawrey 1087305 Cumbria
Claremont Buildings 1115598 Newcastle
Cleadon Windmill 1025192 South Tyneside
Clennell Hall 1155405 Northumberland
Clennell Memorial Fountain, Harbottle 1041275 Northumberland
Cleveland Club, Middlesbrough 1139868 Tees Valley
Clock Tower, Tynemouth 1184619 North Tyneside
Close House Lodge and Gateway 1042802 Northumberland
Club House, West Park, Jarrow 1186032 North Tyneside
Coach & Horses, Wallsend 1025331 North Tyneside
Coach House, Summerhill Grove, Newcastle 1121137 Newcastle
Coal drops, Shildon 1160320 County Durham
Coastguard Station, Low Newton by the Sea 1371215 Northumberland
Codger Fort, Rothley 1371062 Northumberland
College House, College Street 1320314 Newcastle
Column by Edlestone Hall, Gainford 1159714 County Durham
Concle Inn, Rampside 1218697 Cumbria
Constantine Building, Teesside University 1139864 Tees Valley
Corby Bridge (Wetheral Viaduct) 1087690 Cumbria
Cordwainers Public House, Nelson Street, Newcastle 1096855 Newcastle
Corn Drying Kiln, Abberwick Mill 1052321 Northumberland
Corsenside (farm house) 1153920 Northumberland
Cosin's Almshouses, Palace Green, Durham 1121385 County Durham
Cragside Visitor Centre (former stables) 1042034 Northumberland
Crawford's Bridge, Ouseburn Valley 1024785 Newcastle
Crimdon House Farm 1158928 County Durham
Crinkledikes Lime Kiln 1042493 Northumberland
Cross Keys, Yarm 1052335 Tees Valley
Crown Posada 1024752 Newcastle
Croxdale Wood House 1323184 County Durham
Cullercoats Lifeboat Station 1411983 North Tyneside
Cullercoats Radio Station, Brown's Point 1389373 North Tyneside
Cullercoats Watch Club House 1025361 North Tyneside
Cupola Bridge 1370236 Northumberland
Customs House, South Shields 1232273 South Tyneside
Dalton Bridge 1277422 County Durham
Dam on the River Coquet 1153600 Northumberland
Davison Mausoleum, Kirknewton 1153650 Northumberland
Deepdale Footbridge, Barnard Castle 1291706 County Durham
Deer Sheds, Chillingham 1370870 Northumberland
Delaval Arms, Old Hartley 1371403 Northumberland
Derwent Gardens, Seaton, Cumbria 1312126 Cumbria
Derwent Walk Express, Swalwell 1437836 Gateshead
Deuchar's Brewery, Sandyford Road 1120893 Newcastle
Disaster Memorial, Wingate Grange Colliery 1158986 County Durham
Discovery Museum, Newcastle 1355306 Newcastle
DLI Cross, Palace Green, Durham 1121380 County Durham
Dod Well, Doddington 1370944 Northumberland
Dorman Museum 1137086 Tees Valley
Dovecote nr Old Vicarage, Embleton 1041785 Northumberland
Dovecote nr Thorneburn 1044843 Northumberland
Dovecote, Beal 1042276 Northumberland
Dovecote, Buckton 1006569 Northumberland
Dovecote, Haugh Head 1042355 Northumberland
Drill Hall, Northumbria University 1106254 Newcastle
Drinking Fountain, Cambo 1370671 Northumberland
Drinking fountain, Mitford 1042682 Northumberland
Drinking trough and fountain, Close House 1042805 Northumberland
Duchess Bridge, Alnmouth 1041841 Northumberland
Duddo Tower 1042172 Northumberland
Dun Cow Cottage, Durham 1120669 County Durham
Dunston Staiths 1248994 Gateshead
Earl's Bridge over Devil's Water, Dilston 1044777 Northumberland
Earle Mill 1152971 Northumberland
Earle Mill Cottage 1042379 Northumberland
East Lodge, Chillingham 1232783 Northumberland
Edward Eccles Church Hall, Earsdon 1025397 North Tyneside
Edward VII Drinking Fountain, Benwell 1024882 Newcastle
Egglesburn Baptist Church 1054852 County Durham
Eldon Buildings, Blackett Street 1024924 Newcastle
Elephant Tea Rooms, Sunderland 1208244 Sunderland
Elsdon Bridge 1371475 Northumberland
Elstob Hall 1310873 County Durham
Eltringham Farmhouse 1044949 Northumberland
Eltringham House 1370475 Northumberland
Elwick Windmill 1159373 Tees Valley
Elwood House 1303495 Northumberland
Embleton Hall, Longframlington 1154981 Northumberland
Emmanuel Church, Saltburn 1387613 Tees Valley
Entrance Building, Saltburn Pier 1387527 Tees Valley
Entrance Lodge, Royal Victoria Infirmary 1379638 Newcastle
Entrance to West Park, Jarrow 1025202 South Tyneside
Eshott Hall 1156142 Northumberland
Eskdale War Memorial 1441555 Cumbria
Factory Bridge over River Coquet 1041925 Northumberland
Farm House, West Learmouth 1042197 Northumberland
Farmhouse, Buckton 1155742 Northumberland
Fatfield House 1025437 Sunderland
Fenham Farmhouse 1370935 Northumberland
Fenham Library 1115497 Newcastle
Fernaville's Rest, Whorlton 1159961 County Durham
Fever Hospital, Bath Lane, Newcastle 1299316 Newcastle
First World War Memorial, Blyth 1433647 Northumberland
Fish Market, Sandhill 1320263 Newcastle
Fisherman's Cottage, St Mary's Island 1408464 North Tyneside
Fleetham Bridge 1233058 Northumberland
Flodden Memorial, Branxton 1042192 Northumberland
Font by Chapel of St. Cuthbert, Inner Farne 1234538 Northumberland
Footbridge, Wylam Station 1044926 Northumberland
Forbes Building, Middlesbrough 1312528 Tees Valley
Former Bank Building, 141 Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough 1139852 Tees Valley
Former Bank Building, St Nicholas' Square 1024770 Newcastle
Former Bay Horse Inn, Stamfordham 1178973 Northumberland
Former Church of All Saints, Duddo 1042170 Northumberland
Former Church of St James, Duddo 1370998 Northumberland
Former Congregational Church, Rothbury 1203271 Northumberland
Former Council Offices, Sunderland Road, Felling 299836 Gateshead
Former Dispensary, 14 Nelson Street, Newcastle 1024812 Newcastle
Former Ebenezer Chapel, West Rainton 1159908 County Durham
Former Fire Station, Pilgrim Street 1245576 Newcastle
Former Fox and Hounds Inn, Whitley Chapel 1155706 Northumberland
Former Grand Assembly Rooms, Newcastle University 1380979 Newcastle
Former King's Arms, Wigton 1212982 Cumbria
Former Library Building, Dalton-in-Furness 1218473 Cumbria
Former Londonderry School, West Rainton 1120738 County Durham
Former Masonic Hall, Wooler 1042337 Northumberland
Former Methodist Chapel, Wearhead 1230042 County Durham
Former Music Hall, 10-12 Nelson Street, Newcastle 1096849 Newcastle
Former parish church of St. Helen, Longhorsely 1370652 Northumberland
Former Presbyterian Church, Harbottle 1303251 Northumberland
Former Railway Station, Alnwick - Barter Books 1041411 Northumberland
Former Roa Island Hotel 1283005 Cumbria
Former Road Bridge over Elsdon Burn, Elsdon 1041272 Northumberland
Former School, Carrshield 1156372 Northumberland
Former Stable Block, Close House 1303648 Northumberland
Former Station Building, Wolsingham 1276642 County Durham
Former Station, Gilsland 1178477 Northumberland
Former Station, Greenhead 1303087 Northumberland
Former Technical College building, Northgate, Darlington 1160912 County Durham
Former Wesley Methodist Church, Hartlepool 1250538 Tees Valley
Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Walbottle 1024944 Newcastle
Former Westgate Hill Primary School Building 1355331 Newcastle
Former Whittingham Station 1155868 Northumberland
Fort Coulson, Blyth 1041334 Northumberland
Forth Banks House, Newcastle 1072614 Newcastle
Foss Bridge, Mitford 1042649 Northumberland
Fotherley Buildings, Healey, Northumberland 1370252 Northumberland
Fountain, Ward Jackson Park 1250392 Tees Valley
Free Library, North Shields 1413269 North Tyneside
Friar's Goose Pumping Station, Felling 1248567 Gateshead
Friends' Meeting House, Allendale 1042972 Northumberland
Friends' Meeting House, Cotherstone 1323052 County Durham
Fulwell Pumping Station 1207128 Sunderland
Gallery, Cresswell Hall 1371023 Northumberland
Gate Piers, Eshott Hall 1042135 Northumberland
Gates to Redworth Hall 1392339 County Durham
Gateway near Craster Tower 1153376 Northumberland
Gateway to Stable Block of Roddam Hall 1370896 Northumberland
Gaunless Lead Mill, Copley 1338598 County Durham
George and Dragon, Yarm 1372879 Tees Valley
Gibson Street Baths, Newcastle 1355292 Newcastle
Glenwhelt House & Cottage, Greenhead 1045265 Northumberland
Golden Lion, South Hylton 1207087 Sunderland
Grand Hotel, Hartlepool 1250608 Tees Valley
Grand Hotel, Tynemouth 1025376 North Tyneside
Grave of Emily Davison, St Mary's, Morpeth 1155804 Northumberland
Graythwaite Hall 1335765 Cumbria
Great Corby School 1087713 Cumbria
Greystone Hall, Gainforth 1121099 County Durham
Guyzance Hall 1304198 Northumberland
Guyzance Mill 1041924 Northumberland
Haggerston Dovecote 1042243 Northumberland
Half Moon Chambers, Bigg Market 1024961 Newcastle
Hall Garth Hotel Golf and Country Club 1299345 County Durham
Haltwhistle Tyne Bridge 1370314 Northumberland
Harbottle CofE Aided First School 1041274 Northumberland
Hardwicke Hall Manor Hotel 1323084 County Durham
Hart Windmill 1263429 Tees Valley
Hartburn Bridge 1042105 Northumberland
Hartburn Grotto 1042079 Northumberland
Hartford Bridge (bridge) 1371387 Northumberland
Hartington Hall, Northumberland 1042058 Northumberland
Hartlepool Borough Hall 1263357 Tees Valley
Hartley Pit Memorial, Earsdon 1354997 North Tyneside
Hawthorn Dene Viaduct 1277271 County Durham
Hazon House 1237332 Northumberland
Headstock Building, St Hilda’s Colliery 1277144 South Tyneside
Healey Hall, Northumberland 1252746 Northumberland
Healey Mill, Northumberland 1370275 Northumberland
Hearse House and King's Oven, Corbridge 1155512 Northumberland
Hearse House, St Giles, Chollerton 1303409 Northumberland
Heatherslaw Mill 1042160 Northumberland
Heatherycleugh Bridge 1278265 County Durham
Heaton Windmill 1355262 Newcastle
Hebburn Hall 1025194 South Tyneside
Hethpool Cottages 1370912 Northumberland
Hethpool House 1042321 Northumberland
Hexham Middle School 1370789 Northumberland
High Hartington Lime Kilns 1042059 Northumberland
High Light, Lighthouse, Blyth 1371411 Northumberland
High Light, North Shields 1185198 North Tyneside
Hill Top Farm, Healey, Northumberland 1154834 Northumberland
Hindmarsh Hall, Alnmouth 1371168 Northumberland
Holburn Mill 1042292 Northumberland
Holy Trinity Church, Cambo 1154139 Northumberland
Holystone Grange 1155740 Northumberland
Holywell Hall, nr Brancepeth 1120764 County Durham
Hoppyland Lodge, Bedburn 1121575 County Durham
Hospital of God, Greatham 1249889 Tees Valley
House of Adam of Jesmond 1024826 Newcastle
Howlea Bridge, nr Bedburn 1322796 County Durham
Humshaugh War Memorial 1438114 Northumberland
Ice House, Bankhill, Berwick 1396572 Northumberland
Ice House, Wallington 1042832 Northumberland
Icehouse, Close House 1042806 Northumberland
Icehouse, Seaton Delaval Hall 1154917 Northumberland
Irvin's Building, North Shields 1061408 North Tyneside
Isel Bridge 1145221 Cumbria
Jarrow Hall 1185882 South Tyneside
Jarrow Town Hall 1299416 South Tyneside
Jesmond Library 1323708 Newcastle
John Wesley Memorial, Ireshopeburn 1229605 County Durham
Jubilee Bridge over Dane Gill Beck, Barrow-in-Furness 1283010 Cumbria
K4 Telephone Kiosk, Station Road 1025340 North Tyneside
Kielder Castle 1302999 Northumberland
King Edward VII Bridge 1242100 Newcastle
King Edward VII Building, Newcastle University 1355305 Newcastle
King George VI Building, Newcastle University 1380579 Newcastle
Kings Arms, Great Stainton 1299448 County Durham
Kings Arms, Seaton Sluice 1303574 North Tyneside
Kirkharle Hall 1001049 Northumberland
Kirkharle Manor 1303335 Northumberland
Kirklinton Hall 1335577 Cumbria
Knar Burn Railway Viaduct 1155595 Northumberland
Lady's Bridge, Eslington Park 1041255 Northumberland
Laing Art Gallery 1145885 Newcastle
Lambton Castle 1001438 County Durham
Land of Green Ginger, Tynemouth 1354984 North Tyneside
Langham Tower, Sunderland 1207123 Sunderland
Lanton Memorial 1153327 Northumberland
Leadmill House, Copley 1121805 County Durham
Lesbury Pant 1153872 Northumberland
Leven Bridge 1052254 Tees Valley
Lighthouse, Inner Farne 1234614 Northumberland
Lighthouse, Rampside 1197853 Cumbria
Lime Kiln, nr Moor Cottage, Haltwhistle 1045270 Northumberland
Lime Kilns, Beadnell 1276785 Northumberland
Lime Kilns, Bollihope Quarry 1278191 County Durham
Lime Kilns, Ferryhill Station 1121471 County Durham
Lime Kilns, Fulwell 1207110 Sunderland
Lime Kilns, Greenchesters 1156268 Northumberland
Lime Kilns, nr Frosterlry 1229978 County Durham
Lime Kilns, Seahouses 1234465 Northumberland
Limekiln, Harlaw Hill 1153931 Northumberland
Limekilns, Adderstone Mains 1370963 Northumberland
Limekilns, Low Alwinton 1371425 Northumberland
Linden Hall Hotel 1304214 Northumberland
Lodge by Dalton Pumping Station 1231689 County Durham
Loggia of Marton Hall, Stewart Park 1139833 Tees Valley
Longstone Lighthouse 1234462 Northumberland
Losh Mausoleum, St Mary's Church, Wreay 1335501 Cumbria
Loud Hill Memorial, Annfield Plain 1240732 County Durham
Low Buston Hall 1155303 Northumberland
Low Light, North Shields 1355017 North Tyneside
Ludworth Tower 1159823 County Durham
Lune Railway Viaduct 1121839 County Durham
Lych Gate and War Memorial, St Andrew's, Corbridge 1044788 Northumberland
Lych Gate to Church of St. Mary, Mitford 1370757 Northumberland
Lych Gate to Church of St. Michael, Low Warden 1370453 Northumberland
Lych Gate to St Michael's Church, Arlecdon 1336007 Cumbria
Lych Gate to St Mungo's Church, Simonburn 1370332 Northumberland
Lych Gate, Church of St Michael and all Angels 1355183 Newcastle
Lych Gate, Church of St Michael, Ingram 1370872 Northumberland
Lych Gate, St Andrew's Roker 1279901 Sunderland
Lych Gate, St Mary's Church, Morpeth 1155749 Northumberland
Lychgate, St Oswin's Church, Wylam 1154905 Northumberland
Lying-in Hospital 1104908 Newcastle
Mainsforth Colliery and Ferryhill Station War Memorial 1390636 County Durham
Malcolm's Cross, Alnwick 1153333 Northumberland
Maltings at Jennings Brewery, Cockermouth 1393651 Cumbria
Manor House, Birtley, Northumberland 1261883 Northumberland
Manor House, Headland, Hartlepool 1263353 Tees Valley
Market Cross, Corbridge 1155090 Northumberland
Market Cross, Milnthorpe 1349040 Cumbria
Market Cross, Rothbury 1025321 Northumberland
Market Cross, Stamfordham 1178857 Northumberland
Market Cross, Stanhope 1231714 County Durham
Market Place Chapel, Corbridge 1044751 Northumberland
Market Woman, Wallsend 1437357 North Tyneside
Marmion's Well, Branxton 1370970 Northumberland
Maryport Lighthouse 1144649 Cumbria
Masham Hotel, Middlesbrough 1312556 Tees Valley
Mausoleum, Seaton Delaval Hall 1154937 Northumberland
Medieval Cross Base, Church of St Mary, Holy Island 1303346 Northumberland
Medieval Cross, North Charlton 1045880 Northumberland
Memorial Archway, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea 1391434 Northumberland
Memorial Drinking Fountain, Branxton 1042193 Northumberland
Memorial Drinking Fountain, Greenhead 1156001 Northumberland
Memorial to W.L. Blenkinsopp Coulson, Newcastle 1024850 Newcastle
Methodist Chapel, Sinderhope 1042947 Northumberland
Methodist Chapel, Whiteley Shield 1045442 Northumberland
Methold Houses, Beamish 1311141 County Durham
Middlesbrough Railway Station 1139840 Tees Valley
Middlesbrough War Memorial 1137094 Tees Valley
Middleton Hall, near Wooler 1370920 Northumberland
Milburn House, Dean Street / Side , Newcastle 1355252 Newcastle
Milepost near Scremerston Old Colliery 1370968 Northumberland
Mill Bridge, Coatham Munderville 1121231 County Durham
Mill House, High Coniscliffe 1115499 County Durham
Mill House, Newton Bewley 1250675 Tees Valley
Minsteracres Monastery 1370276 Northumberland
Mitford Bridge, over the River Font 1370734 Northumberland
Mollersteads 1370266 Northumberland
Monkwearmouth Railway Bridge 1207051 Sunderland
Monument to Timothy Hackworth, Shildon 1121499 County Durham
Moore Memorial Fountain, Wigton 1327148 Cumbria
Moorhead Cottages, Rampside 1218701 Cumbria
Mortuary Chapel, St Mary's Church, Wreay 1087757 Cumbria
Municipal Buildings, Church Square, Hartlepool 1250113 Tees Valley
National Trust Information Centre, Inner Farne 1276045 Northumberland
Nelson Memorial, Old Swarland 1303733 Northumberland
Netherwitton Mill 1304053 Northumberland
Newbottle Working Mens' Club 1025409 Sunderland
Newcastle City Hall 1242013 Newcastle
Newminster Abbey (ruins), Morpeth 1155952 Northumberland
Newton Cap Viaduct 1269762 County Durham
No. 2 Collingwood Street 1024922 Newcastle
No. 5 Collingwood Street 1355231 Newcastle
No. 7 Collingwood Street 1115669 Newcastle
North Eastern Entrance to Minsteracres 1155105 Northumberland
North Lodge - Balgdon Estate 1042623 Northumberland
Northern Goldsmiths, Blackett Street, Newcastle 1072613 Newcastle
Northern Goldsmiths, Westgate Road, Newcastle 1380580 Newcastle
Nos. 1-8 Summerhill Grove 1024755 Newcastle
Nos. 170 -175, High Street West, Sunderland 1207092 Sunderland
Nos. 23-29 Collingwood Street (Sun Insurance) 1355250 Newcastle
Nos. 28-62 Collingwood Street 1115694 Newcastle
Nos. 9 to 17 Collingwood Street 1024881 Newcastle
Nunthorpe Hall 1139809 Tees Valley
Obelisk base, near Delaval Hall 1154843 Northumberland
Obelisk, south-west of Delaval Hall 1154942 Northumberland
Old battery, Alnmouth Links 1041839 Northumberland
Old Bridge End Cottage, Swalwell 1379968 Gateshead
Old Bridge over Cor Burn, Corbridge 1303704 Northumberland
Old Bridge over Nor Beck, Barningham 1322736 County Durham
Old Church of St. Germain, Marske 1387566 Tees Valley
Old George Inn, Cloth Market 1024823 Newcastle
Old Hearse House, Stannington 1237373 Northumberland
Old High Light, North Shields 1025356 North Tyneside
Old Jail, Stamfordham 1178865 Northumberland
Old Library Building, Newcastle University 1024760 Newcastle
Old Lighthouse and Keeper's Cottage, Brownsman Island 1234511 Northumberland
Old Low Light, North Shields 1355016 North Tyneside
Old Maltings, North Shields 1355014 North Tyneside
Old Market Cross, Corbridge 1370573 Northumberland
Old Market Cross, Stanhope 1277435 County Durham
Old Mill by Cor Burn, Corbridge 1044811 Northumberland
Old Pant, Longframlington 1041853 Northumberland
Old Post Office, St Nicholas Street 1323754 Newcastle
Old Primitive Methodist Chapel, Lanehead 1278815 County Durham
Old Railway Station, Gilesgate 1161515 County Durham
Old Rectory Bow Lane, Durham 1120713 County Durham
Old Rectory, Ingram 1042400 Northumberland
Old School Building, King James 1, Bishop Auckland 1196583 County Durham
Old School House, Belsay 1042826 Northumberland
Old Station Building, Corbridge 1044802 Northumberland
Old Town Hall Buildings, Corbridge 1044757 Northumberland
Old Town Hall, Thornaby 1320257 Tees Valley
Old Vicarage, Healey 1155017 Northumberland
Old Vicarage, High Coniscliffe 1121185 County Durham
Old Wallsend Library, Ferndale Avenue 1418250 North Tyneside
Old Water Tank Building, Haltwhistle Station 1156353 Northumberland
Orangery, Bywell Hall 1370557 Northumberland
Orangery, Close House 1154794 Northumberland
Ornamental Walls and Turrets, Saltwell Park 1277873 Gateshead
Otterburn Bridge 1132058 Northumberland
Packhorse Bridge by Bram Crag, St John's in the Vale 1144528 Cumbria
Packhorse Bridge over Whittle Burn, Ovingham 1044945 Northumberland
Palmstrother Bridge, Hulne Park 1371084 Northumberland
Pant near Village Hall, Denwick 1067776 Northumberland
Pant, Main Street, Corbridge 1044787 Northumberland
Pant, Stagshaw Road, Corbridge 1044762 Northumberland
Parish Church, Laithkirk 1310445 County Durham
Park Lodge, Ward Jackson Park 1250266 Tees Valley
Park Methodist Church, Middlesbrough 1329511 Tees Valley
Park Tower, Hartlepool 1250532 Tees Valley
Parson's Tower, Ford 1370989 Northumberland
Parsons' Polygon 1437311 Newcastle
Pauperhaugh Bridge 1041901 Northumberland
Peacock Hall, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle 1107175 Newcastle
Peels Cottages, Harbottle 1371426 Northumberland
Pele Tower, Shilbottle 1371202 Northumberland
Pemberton Building, Palace Green, Durham 1121386 County Durham
Pendower Hall, Benwell 1024762 Newcastle
Percy Cross, Otterburn 1044864 Northumberland
Pillbox, Brinkburn 1052197 Northumberland
Pillbox, Brinkheugh 1238457 Northumberland
Pillbox, Herrington Hill 1392381 Sunderland
Pillbox, Pauperhaugh 1238464 Northumberland
Pillboxes, Wooler Common 1006438 Northumberland
Pinfold, Village Green, Elsdon 1041235 Northumberland
Plumbland CofE Primary School 1217062 Cumbria
Preston Park Museum and Grounds 1140000 Tees Valley
Preston Tower House 1233960 Northumberland
Priestman Church Hall 1209496 Sunderland
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Milfield 1370995 Northumberland
Pumphouse by Tumbleton Dam, Cragside 1042035 Northumberland
Pumping Engine House, Scremerston Colliery 1154687 Northumberland
Queen Alexandra Bridge, Sunderland 1207052 Sunderland
Railway Arch, St Nicholas' Street 1119641 Newcastle
Railway Inn, Ryhope 1207118 Sunderland
Railway Viaduct #1, West Learmouth 1042198 Northumberland
Railway Viaduct #2, West Learmouth 1304195 Northumberland
Railway Viaduct over Poltross Burn 1045226 Northumberland
Railway Viaduct over River Font 1303430 Northumberland
Railway Viaduct over Skelton Beck 1387532 Tees Valley
Railway Viaduct, Lesbury 1041800 Northumberland
Ravensworth Statue and Fountain, Whittingham 1371449 Northumberland
RC Church of St Charles, Tudhoe 1160007 County Durham
RC Church of St Mary & Presbytery, Whittingham 1371453 Northumberland
RC Church of St Mary and St Romuald, Yarm 1425128 Tees Valley
RC Church of St Peter, South Bank, Middlesbrough 1139622 Tees Valley
Rebellion House, High Callerton 1370716 Northumberland
Rectory, Simonburn 1178407 Northumberland
Red Lion Inn, Milfield 1042167 Northumberland
Redheugh Farmhouse, nr Thorneyburn 1302863 Northumberland
Redworth Hall 1121213 County Durham
Rent Office, Ryhope 1207141 Sunderland
Rickerby House 1335511 Cumbria
Rickerby Park Tower 1335508 Cumbria
Rickerby Park, Carlisle 1448365 Cumbria
Rocket Garage (Life Brigade House) 1025344 North Tyneside
Roddam Hall 1042364 Northumberland
Roker Park 1001325 Sunderland
Rose Arbour, Whitworth Hall 1322859 County Durham
Rothbury Bridge 1041932 Northumberland
Royal Station Hotel, Newcastle 1104900 Newcastle
Royal Victoria School for the Blind (1838 - 1985) 1024958 Newcastle
Rusland Hall 1266367 Cumbria
Rusland Pool Bridge 1225473 Cumbria
Rutherford Bridge 1121822 County Durham
Rutherford Memorial Fountain, Bigg Market 1319905 Newcastle
Rye Hill House, NCG 1024764 Newcastle
Sacred Heart Church, Middlesbrough 1329510 Tees Valley
Sacred Heart Church, North Gosforth 1391786 Newcastle
Sailors Bethel, Horatio Street 1318881 Newcastle
Salte Welle, Saltwell Park 1249007 Gateshead
Saltom Pit, Whitehaven 1017558 Cumbria
Saltwell Park 1248761 Gateshead
Saltwell Towers 1248550 Gateshead
Salvation Army Citadel, North Shields 1354988 North Tyneside
Seaham Hall 1221665 County Durham
Seaton Sluice Harbour 1303571 Northumberland
Sebastopol Gun, Hartlepool Headland 1250110 Tees Valley
Seven Stars House, Whalton 1263931 Northumberland
Seven Stories, Ouseburn 1024834 Newcastle
Sewingshields Farm 1045001 Northumberland
Shades Hotel, Church Street, Hartlepool 1250114 Tees Valley
Shepherd & Shepherdess, Beamish 1120964 County Durham
Shepherd's Dene, Riding Mill 1390860 Northumberland
Ship Inn, Low Newton by the Sea 1154545 Northumberland
Ship Inn, Piel Island 1197899 Cumbria
Shipley Art Gallery 1248566 Newcastle
Shoreswood Hall 1155157 Northumberland
Shotley Bridge (bridge) 1370290 County Durham
Shotton Hall 1120948 County Durham
Signal Box, Askam Station 1197891 Cumbria
Signal Box, Chathill 1302919 Northumberland
Signal Box, Haltwhistle 1156313 Northumberland
Signal Box, Heighington Station 1391940 County Durham
Signal Box, Hexham 1042523 Northumberland
Signal Box, Nunthorpe Station 1412066 Tees Valley
Signal Box, Shildon 1390827 County Durham
Signal Box, Wylam 1155046 Northumberland
Simonburn Castle 1302543 Northumberland
Slaggyford Station 1042929 Northumberland
Sosgill Bridge, St John's in the Vale 1121128 Cumbria
South African War Memorial, Ward Jackson Park 1250447 Tees Valley
South Bastle, Gatehouse 1156438 Northumberland
Spanish City 1025339 North Tyneside
Spark's Daylight Bakery, Stockton-on-Tees 1139857 Tees Valley
Spout Well, Corbridge 1154752 Northumberland
St Andrew's Church Hall, Hebburn 1299492 South Tyneside
St Dominic's Priory Church 1024816 Newcastle
St John's Church, St John's in the Vale 1144527 Cumbria
St Mary's Island and Lighthouse 1408299 North Tyneside
St Michael's Well, Arthuret 1335611 Cumbria
St Mungo's Well, Bromfield, Cumbria 1276083 Cumbria
St Mungo's Well, Holystone 1371423 Northumberland
St Nicholas' Buildings, St Nicholas' Street 1024772 Newcastle
St Ninian's Well, Brisco 1087745 Cumbria
St Patrick's RC Church, Felling 1184932 Gateshead
St. Anne's Convent, Summerhill Grove, Newcastle 1121147 Newcastle
St. Hilda's Church, South Shields 1232156 South Tyneside
Stable Block, Cresswell Hall 1371022 Northumberland
Stable Block, Saltwell Park 1277773 Gateshead
Stanhope Hearse House 1231166 County Durham
Statue of Alderman John Lucas, Saltwell Park 1248769 Gateshead
Statue of Edward Moseley Perkins, Birtley 1025203 Gateshead
Statue of Joseph Cowen, Westgate Road 1355328 Newcastle
Statue of Neptune, Market Place, Durham 1310577 County Durham
Statue of Queen Victoria, Tynemouth 1025374 North Tyneside
Statue of Ralph Ward Jackson, Church Street, Hartlepool 1250229 Tees Valley
Statue of Samson Slaying a Philistine, Seaton Delaval Hall 1303582 Northumberland
Statue of the 7th Earl of Carlisle, Brampton, Carlsile 1087663 Cumbria
Stephenson Works, Forth Banks, Newcastle 1391237 Newcastle
Students' Union Building, Newcastle University 1355263 Newcastle
Styford Hall 1370523 Northumberland
Summer House and Dovecote, Wester Hall 1303168 Northumberland
Sunderland Exchange 1207089 Sunderland
Sundial, St Mary's Church, Wreay 1087760 Cumbria
Sunlight Chambers, Bigg Market 1116510 Newcastle
Surrey House, Haugh Head 1304328 Northumberland
Sutherland Building, Northumbria University 1355259 Newcastle
Swinburne Arms, Stamfordham 1370767 Northumberland
Tankerville Arms, Wooler 1042333 Northumberland
Tees Newport Bridge 1139837 Tees Valley
The Angel Inn, Corbridge 1370554 Northumberland
The Anglers Arms, Weldon Bridge 1041868 Northumberland
The Arches, Newcastle University 1024828 Newcastle
The Black Bull, Corbridge 1044753 Northumberland
The Black Bull, Wooler 1153925 Northumberland
The Blue Bell, Pallinsburn 1371001 Northumberland
The Central, Gateshead 1248558 Gateshead
The Cluny, Ouseburn 1355264 Newcastle
The Ducket, Outchester Farm 1276436 Northumberland
The George Hotel, Chollerford 1043025 Northumberland
The Golden Lion, Corbridge 1370552 Northumberland
The Grey Horse, Shildon 1160216 County Durham
The Hamilton Russell, Thorpe Thewles 1139220 Tees Valley
The Hermitage, Sunderland Bridge 1323187 County Durham
The Master’s House, Palace Green, Durham 1160983 County Durham
The Mill, Waren Mill 1276437 Northumberland
The Moonfleet, Skinningrove 1136754 Tees Valley
The Octagon, Seaton Sluice 1371404 Northumberland
The Plough, Powburn 1041964 Northumberland
The Porthole, North Shields 1390831 North Tyneside
The Quay (Pub) - Blyth 1371412 Northumberland
The Shakespeare, Middlesbrough 1136953 Tees Valley
The Ship, Public House, Holy Island 1155506 Northumberland
The Shipwrights, North Hylton 1279927 Sunderland
The Wheatsheaf Inn, Corbridge 1370544 Northumberland
The Zetland, Saltburn 1387497 Tees Valley
The Zetland, Saltburn NZ6658921453 Tees Valley
Thomlinson Junior School, Wigton 1212899 Cumbria
Thorngreen Lime Kilns, Allenheads 1042944 Northumberland
Throston Engine House, Hartlepool 1250389 Tees Valley
Tocketts House 1139786 Tees Valley
Tocketts Mill House 1139787 Tees Valley
Toll House, Whorlton Bridge 1323040 County Durham
Tomb of Katherine Bavington, Harnham 1304022 Northumberland
Tow House Bastle 1156436 Northumberland
Tower at Haggerston Castle 1154644 Northumberland
Town Clock, Redcar 1139636 Tees Valley
Town Hall, Bellingham 1153580 Northumberland
Town Hall, Morpeth 1042730 Northumberland
Town Hall, Wallsend 1025330 North Tyneside
Town Hall, Yarm 1329488 Tees Valley
Trafalgar Square, Sunderland 1207071 Sunderland
Tranwell House 1206588 Northumberland
Trimdon Grange Colliery Memorial 1159323 County Durham
Trinity Building, Northumbria University 1106235 Newcastle
Trinity House Pilot Houses, Piel Island 1197898 Cumbria
Trinity Methodist Church, Allendale 1370602 Northumberland
Trinity Methodist Church, Barnard Castle 1282738 County Durham
Tuggal Hall 1233055 Northumberland
Tursdale House Farm 1120776 County Durham
Twizel Viaduct 1304148 Northumberland
Twizell North Lodge 1206319 Northumberland
Tyne Pedestrian and Cyclist Tunnels 1380275 Newcastle
Tynemouth Pier and Lighthouse 1025352 North Tyneside
Tyneside Cinema 1385094 Newcastle
Union Arms, Yarm 1329495 Tees Valley
Union Rooms 1024727 Newcastle
United Reformed Church, Blyth 1041348 Northumberland
United Reformed Church, Embleton 1153701 Northumberland
United Reformed Church, Great Bavington 1155038 Northumberland
United Reformed Church, Kielder 1156185 Northumberland
United Reformed Church, Thropton 1281695 Northumberland
United Reformed Church, Wooler 1392233 Northumberland
Upsall Hall, Nunthorpe 1139758 Tees Valley
Urpeth Hall 1159287 County Durham
Usworth Hall 1025384 Sunderland
Valley Gardens, Saltburn 1001429 Tees Valley
Vane Arms, Thorpe Thewles 1329822 Tees Valley
Vane Tempest Hall, Gilesgate 1310775 County Durham
Victoria Tunnel, Newcastle 1390828 Newcastle
Village Cross, Bywell 1044832 Northumberland
Village Cross, Gainford 1159562 County Durham
Village Cross, Holy Island 1042309 Northumberland
Village Cross, Norham 1154830 Northumberland
Village Cross, Ovingham 1303816 Northumberland
Village Cross, Ryton 1355115 Gateshead
Village Hall, Barningham 1160175 County Durham
Village Hall, Blencogo 1234489 Cumbria
Village Pant, Embleton 1041788 Northumberland
Village Pant, Ovingham 1044947 Northumberland
Village Pant, Whittingham 1041256 Northumberland
Walbottle Hall 1024980 Newcastle
Wallaw, Blyth 1031569 Northumberland
Wandylaw Farmhouse 1233966 Northumberland
War Memorial, Acomb 1154246 Northumberland
War Memorial, Allendale 1393517 Northumberland
War Memorial, Allenheads 1391491 Northumberland
War Memorial, Alnwick 1041487 Northumberland
War Memorial, Amble 1041896 Northumberland
War Memorial, Annfield Plain 1240857 County Durham
War Memorial, Arlecdon 1086722 Cumbria
War Memorial, Backworth 1406711 North Tyneside
War Memorial, Billy Row 1279275 County Durham
War Memorial, Birtley 1433563 Gateshead
War Memorial, Birtley, Northumberland 1391548 Northumberland
War Memorial, Blanchland 1391493 Northumberland
War Memorial, Blaydon 1355121 Gateshead
War Memorial, Brunswick Village 1433742 Newcastle
War Memorial, Burnopfield 1433856 County Durham
War Memorial, Byers Green 1433893 County Durham
War Memorial, Chollerton 1391490 Northumberland
War Memorial, Choppington 1391430 Northumberland
War Memorial, Cleadon 1436752 South Tyneside
War Memorial, Cockfield 1435733 County Durham
War Memorial, Cowshill 1436799 County Durham
War Memorial, Craghead 1240817 County Durham
War Memorial, Cramlington 1303677 Northumberland
War Memorial, Dalton-in-Furness 1218879 Cumbria
War Memorial, Denwick 1433767 Northumberland
War Memorial, Dudley, North Tyneside 1406693 North Tyneside
War Memorial, Dunston Hill 1425084 Gateshead
War Memorial, Earsdon 1184342 North Tyneside
War memorial, Easington Colliery 1435116 County Durham
War Memorial, Easington Lane 1025439 Sunderland
War Memorial, Egremont 1137167 Cumbria
War Memorial, Embleton 1436906 Northumberland
War Memorial, Escomb 1436909 County Durham
War Memorial, Ferryhill 1159632 County Durham
War Memorial, Gainford 1437053 County Durham
War Memorial, Greenhead 1437147 Northumberland
War Memorial, Guide Post 1440982 Northumberland
War Memorial, Hallgarth 1437868 County Durham
War Memorial, Haltwhistle 1430835 Northumberland
War Memorial, Harraton / Fatfield 1436957 Sunderland
War Memorial, Hartburn 1042078 Northumberland
War Memorial, Hartlepool 1263162 Tees Valley
War Memorial, Haswell 1437888 County Durham
War Memorial, Headland, Hartlepool 1263296 Tees Valley
War Memorial, Hebburn 1438373 South Tyneside
War Memorial, Heddon-on-the-Wall 1438077 Northumberland
War Memorial, High Spen 1438098 Gateshead
War Memorial, Horncliffe 1438695 Northumberland
War Memorial, Houghton-le-Spring 1438103 Sunderland
War Memorial, Kendal 1145694 Cumbria
War Memorial, Kirk Merrington 1438714 County Durham
War Memorial, Kirknewton 1153789 Northumberland
War Memorial, Knarsdale 1438722 Northumberland
War Memorial, Longhirst 1371016 Northumberland
War Memorial, Lowick 1392222 Northumberland
War Memorial, Ludworth 1438730 County Durham
War Memorial, Middridge 1439562 County Durham
War Memorial, Millom 1086622 Cumbria
War Memorial, Monkton 1391715 South Tyneside
War Memorial, Morpeth 1096118 Northumberland
War Memorial, Netherwitton 1407348 Northumberland
War Memorial, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea 1391433 Northumberland
War Memorial, Pelton Fell 1438974 County Durham
War Memorial, Riding Mill 1439634 Northumberland
War Memorial, Rothbury 1408998 Northumberland
War Memorial, Ryhope 1207138 Sunderland
War Memorial, Scremerston 1439912 Northumberland
War Memorial, Seaham Town Park 1232271 County Durham
War Memorial, Seaton Burn 1412829 North Tyneside
War Memorial, Seaton Delaval 1440163 Northumberland
War Memorial, Seaton Sluice 1440107 Northumberland
War Memorial, Sedgefield 1121484 County Durham
War Memorial, Sherburn Hill 1439729 County Durham
War Memorial, Shildon 1160265 County Durham
War Memorial, Shiney Row 1439795 Sunderland
War Memorial, Shiremoor 1184272 North Tyneside
War Memorial, Simonburn 1391546 Northumberland
War Memorial, Smith's Dock Park, Nomanby 1453179 Tees Valley
War Memorial, South Charlton 1439802 Northumberland
War Memorial, Spennymoor 1121444 County Durham
War Memorial, St John's Chapel 1277222 County Durham
War Memorial, Stanley Crook 1279295 County Durham
War Memorial, Stargate 1440563 Gateshead
War Memorial, Swalwell 1366091 Gateshead
War Memorial, Throckley 1431167 Newcastle
War Memorial, Tow Law 1232521 County Durham
War Memorial, Tudhoe 1440857 County Durham
War Memorial, Tynemouth 1354985 North Tyneside
War Memorial, Wallsend 1025324 North Tyneside
War Memorial, Warkworth 1303431 Northumberland
War Memorial, Washington (Tyne & Wear) 1441367 Sunderland
War Memorial, Whitburn 1442999 South Tyneside
War Memorial, Whitley Bay 1299616 North Tyneside
War Memorial, Woodland 1443074 County Durham
War Memorial, Wooler 1153910 Northumberland
Ward Jackson Park, Hartlepool 1001349 Tees Valley
Waren House Hotel, Waren Mill 1233918 Northumberland
Warenford Bridge 1042260 Northumberland
Warkworth Old Bridge 1041732 Northumberland
Warwick Hall, Warwick-on-Eden 1121918 Cumbria
Wat Phra Dhammakaya, Hebburn 1025195 South Tyneside
Watch House Museum, Seaton Sluice 1371406 Northumberland
Watch House Museum, Tynemouth 1184976 North Tyneside
Watch House, St Mary And St Michael's Churchyard 1042301 Northumberland
Watch Tower & Former Customs House, Roa Island 1218986 Cumbria
Waterfall Viaduct, nr Guisborough 1400090 Tees Valley
Waterhouse Building, Teesside University 1139863 Tees Valley
Weardale Museum and High House Chapel 1230009 County Durham
Wellington Inn, Riding Mill 1045389 Northumberland
Wesleyan Providence Chapel, Baybridge 1045409 Northumberland
West Edington Farmhouse 1042642 Northumberland
West Learmouth Cottages 1370973 Northumberland
West Lodge and Gateway, Chillingham 1042394 Northumberland
West Lodge, Ministeracres 1303468 Northumberland
Wester Hall 1370566 Northumberland
Westgate Hill Cemetery 1001680 Newcastle
Westgate Walk-in Centre (former Elswick Grange) 1338521 Newcastle
Whalton CoE Primary School 1247808 Northumberland
Whickham View Schools, Denton Burn 1024807 Newcastle
Whitburn Parish Church 1025244 South Tyneside
Whitburn Windmill 1355075 South Tyneside
White Cross Farm, Gainford 1139015 County Durham
Whitfield Hall 1045433 Northumberland
Whitley Bay Station 1355007 North Tyneside
Whittingham Bridge 1041268 Northumberland
Whitworth Hall Hotel 1160067 County Durham
Whitworth Parish Church 1121448 County Durham
Willington Dene Viaduct 1025323 North Tyneside
Wills Building, Wallsend 1115718 North Tyneside
Winding Engine House, Scremerston Colliery 1370957 Northumberland
Windlestone Hall 1001407 County Durham
Windmill at Bamburgh Castle 1370967 Northumberland
Winlaton Forge 1025172 Gateshead
Wooperton Hall 1370897 Northumberland
WW1 Searchlight Emplacements, Blyth 1371407 Northumberland
Wylam Brewery (Palace of Arts), Exhibition Park, Newcastle 1355325 Newcastle
Yarm Railway Viaduct 1139259 Tees Valley
Zetland Hotel, Middlesbrough 1139839 Tees Valley
Zetland Lifeboat Museum 1329601 Tees Valley
No. 2 Collingwood Street
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No. 2 Collingwood Street
- The Northern Assurance Building (No. 2 Collingwood Street, Newcastle) was built in 1878 by Austin, Johnson & Hicks [1]. It is located on the corner of Collingwood Street and Groat Market. ...
Rocket Garage (Life Brigade House)
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Rocket Garage (Life Brigade House)
Cullercoats Watch Club House
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Cullercoats Watch Club House
Cullercoats Radio Station, Brown's Point
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Cullercoats Radio Station, Brown's Point
Nos. 28-62 Collingwood Street
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Nos. 28-62 Collingwood Street
- Collingwood Buildings Barclay's Bank and Collingwood Buildings Shops, offices & hotel built 1899 by Oliver and Leeson Completed 1903 by Cackett and Burns Dick (adapting the hotel for use as a bank)  Grade 2 ...
Nos. 9 to 17 Collingwood Street
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Nos. 9 to 17 Collingwood Street
- LLoyds Bank Built 1890-1891 for Hodgkin, Barnet, Pease, Spence and Co.  Designed by R.J. Johnson  Sandstone  Grade 2 Listed
No. 5 Collingwood Street
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No. 5 Collingwood Street
- Built in 1898 by J.W. Taylor for James Crossley Eno, who once ran a chemists in the nearby Groat Market and made his fortune from his Eno Fruit Salts. This is ...
Nos. 23-29 Collingwood Street (Sun Insurance)
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Nos. 23-29 Collingwood Street (Sun Insurance)
- Sun Insurance Buildings Built 1902-1904 by Oliver, Leeson and Wood  Grade 2 Listed.
No. 7 Collingwood Street
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No. 7 Collingwood Street
- No. 7 is a surviving building from the original development of Collingwood Street in 1809/10. Though it has had modifications No. 7 provides an example of the 4 storey red ...
Cullercoats Lifeboat Station
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Cullercoats Lifeboat Station
- Overview Map Street View The first lifeboat in Cullercoats was funded by the Duke of Northumberland. This became operational in 1852 following the establishment of The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) ...
Adamson Memorial Drinking Fountain
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Adamson Memorial Drinking Fountain
St Mary's Island and Lighthouse
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St Mary's Island and Lighthouse
- A Brief History More About the Lighthouse Map Street View St Mary’s Island is a tidal island located off Curry's Point to the north of Whitley Bay, accessed by a causeway ...
North Lodge - Balgdon Estate
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North Lodge - Balgdon Estate
- The North Lodge was built in 1887 as a gate lodge for the north entrance to Blagdon Hall. It is located on the old Great North Road near Stannington and is part of the ...
Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Stannington
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Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Stannington
Priestman Church Hall
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Priestman Church Hall
Roker Park
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Roker Park
- Overview About Roker Park Map Roker Park was opened on 23rd June 1880. The land was donated by Sir Hedworth Williamson, 8th Baronet. See also the Roker Park football ground. ...
Bandstand, Roker Park
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Bandstand, Roker Park
- "The bandstand is one of the park's most popular features. Its characteristic shape was influenced by Chinese style garden buildings, popular in Europe in the mid 18th century. The present ...
Lych Gate, Church of St Michael and all Angels
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Lych Gate, Church of St Michael and all Angels
Yarm Railway Viaduct
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Yarm Railway Viaduct
- The railway viaduct over the River Tees between the towns of Yarm and Egglescliffe was built for the Leeds Northern Railway between 1849 and 1851, and officially opened on the 15th ...
Chollerford Bridge
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Chollerford Bridge
- Overview Street View The stone bridge over the River North Tyne at Chollerford in Northumberland was built in 1785 by Robert Mylne. It replaced an earlier medieval bridge which had been ...
The George Hotel, Chollerford
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The George Hotel, Chollerford
- Overview Map A mid 18th Century coaching inn, located by the River North Tyne next to the stone bridge in Chollerford, Northumberland. It was extended in the 19th and 20th ...
Dorman Museum
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Dorman Museum
- Overview About the Museum Map Street View "The museum was officially opened on the 1st of July 1904, by the Colonel in Chief of the Yorkshire Regiment, as the Dorman ...
Zetland Hotel, Middlesbrough
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Zetland Hotel, Middlesbrough
- The Zetland Hotel is a Grade 2 Listed Building which was built c.1860 and located on Zetland Road, close to Middlesbrough Station. Threatened with closure as a pub in 2015. ...
Deuchar's Brewery, Sandyford Road
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Deuchar's Brewery, Sandyford Road
Crown Posada
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Crown Posada
- Overview Map Street View The Crown Posada is a traditional public house located on The Side, Newcastle. It was built in 1880 by WL Newcombe. [1] The building is Grade ...
Church of St Andrew, Lamesley
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Church of St Andrew, Lamesley
- Overview Map Street View The church in Lamesley has medieval origins and can be trased back at least as far as the 13th century. The current church was built in 1759 repacing ...
Blenkinsopp Castle
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Blenkinsopp Castle
- Overview About Blenkinsopp Castle Map   Blenkinsopp Castle is a fire-damaged, partly demolished 19th-century country mansion, incorporating the ruinous remains of a 14th-century tower house, which is located above the ...
Kielder Castle
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Kielder Castle
Warkworth Old Bridge
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Warkworth Old Bridge
Church of St. Barnabas, Bournmoor
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Church of St. Barnabas, Bournmoor
- Overview Map Street View St Barnabas is the parish church of Bournmoor in County Durham, built in 1868. It is a Grade 2 Listed building. The church houses 'The Angel ...
Lambton Castle
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Lambton Castle
- Overview History Description, 1834 Map Lambton Castle, by the River Wear near Chester-le-Street was mostly constructed in its present form between 1820 and 1828 by John Lambton, first Earl of ...
Newton Cap Viaduct
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Newton Cap Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View Newton Cap Viaduct was built in 1857 to carry the Bishop Auckland to Durham City railway across the River Wear and Newton Cap Bank, which leads ...
Church of Holy Trinity, Startforth
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Church of Holy Trinity, Startforth
Trinity Methodist Church, Barnard Castle
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Trinity Methodist Church, Barnard Castle
- Overview Map Street View Methodist church and attached Sunday School built in 1894 by Marley & Woodhouse. It is located at the end of Flatts Road at the junction with ...
Church of St Margaret of Antioch, Tanfield
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Church of St Margaret of Antioch, Tanfield
- Overview Map "Little is known for certain about the 'early' days of St Margaret's Church, but it is generally believed that St Cuthbert's monks chose Tanfield to hide the saints ...
Kings Arms, Great Stainton
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Kings Arms, Great Stainton
- Overview Map Street View The Kings Arms in Grait Stainton was built in the early 18th century, with 19th century alterations. It is a Grade 2 Listed building.
Church of All Saints, Great Stainton
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Church of All Saints, Great Stainton
- Overview Map All Saints - the parish church at Great Stainton stands on the site of a medieval church dating back to at least the 12th century. It was rebuilt ...
Brancepeth War Memorial
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Brancepeth War Memorial
- Brancepeth War Memorial is located in the churchyard of the St Brandon's Church in Brancepeth. The memorial is Grade 2 Listed. "Brancepeth War Memorial was unveiled on 2 June 1921 ...
Whitley Bay Station
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Whitley Bay Station
- Overview Histoty & Further Info. Map Street View A railway station at Whitley Bay was opened on the 3rd July 1882 for the North Eastern Railway as part of its ...
K4 Telephone Kiosk, Station Road
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K4 Telephone Kiosk, Station Road
- The "K4" is a combined postbox, telephone box, and stamp vending machine from the 1930s. Because of its relative rarity, this K4 on the junction of Station Road and Clarence Crescent ...
Tynemouth Pier and Lighthouse
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Tynemouth Pier and Lighthouse
- Overview Map Street View Work on the North Pier in Tynemouth began in 1854 and on the South Pier (in South Shields) in 1856. Both piers were originally constructed in ...
Benwell Towers
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Benwell Towers
- Benwell Towers is a large house in Benwell, Newcastle. It was built in 1831, designed by John Dobson for Thomas Crawhall. A chapel was added in 1887. The building on ...
Royal Victoria School for the Blind (1838 - 1985)
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Royal Victoria School for the Blind (1838 - 1985)
- "The Royal Victoria Asylum for the blind was established from a fund to mark the coronation of Queen Victoria in 1837 and was originally located at the Spital before moving ...
Church of St. James, Benwell
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Church of St. James, Benwell
- Overview Map Street View St James’ Church in Benwell first opened as a Chapel of Ease in 1833. The church was extended in 1864 by addition of chancel and south aisle, designed ...
Edward VII Drinking Fountain, Benwell
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Edward VII Drinking Fountain, Benwell
- A drinking fountain built in 1902 which is integrated in the boundary wall and railings to St. James Church, Atkinson Road. The structure is Grade 2 Listed. The fountain has ...
Pendower Hall, Benwell
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Pendower Hall, Benwell
- Overview Map Pendower Hall is a large house off West Road in Benwell. It was built c.1870, for J.W. Pease, a banker. During the First World War the hall was ...
Former parish church of St. Helen, Longhorsely
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Former parish church of St. Helen, Longhorsely
- Overview Map Aerial View The former parish church, located half a mile south of Longhorseley was rebuilt in 1783 on the foundations of a much older medieval building and on ...
Church of St.Thomas of Canterbury, Longhorsley
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Church of St.Thomas of Canterbury, Longhorsley
- Overview Map St Thomas of Canterbury Church in Longhorseley was built in 1841. Before then the Roman Catholic parish was served by a chapel in Horsley Tower, which is located ...
Church of St. Helen, Longhorsley
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Church of St. Helen, Longhorsley
- Overview Map Street View The current building of St Helen's Church on West Road in Longhorsely was the former village school which was built in 1848. The school was converted ...
Linden Hall Hotel
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Linden Hall Hotel
- Overview About Map Linden Hall is located just over a mile to the north east of the village of Longhorsely in Northumberland. It was built as country house for Newcastle merchant ...
Embleton Hall, Longframlington
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Embleton Hall, Longframlington
- Embleton Hall in Longframlington is a country manor house built in c.1730 for Thomas Embleton. It was bought by the Fenwick family in 1780 and remained in the Fenwick Family ...
Church of St John the Evangelist, Killingworth
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Church of St John the Evangelist, Killingworth
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St John the Evangelist is located on West Lane in Killingworth Village. Killingworth had been part of the parish of Longbenton, but became ...
Fish Market, Sandhill
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Fish Market, Sandhill
- "At the east end of the Exchange stood the Maison de Dieu built by Roger Thornton in 1412, over which was the Merchants Court. This building having become almost useless ...
Laing Art Gallery
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Laing Art Gallery
- Overview About the Laing Map Street View The gallery is free to enter and is located on a pedestrianised section of New Bridge Street by its junction with John Dobson ...
Chimney Mill
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Chimney Mill
- Overview About Map Street View The Chimney Mill on Claremont Road was built in 1782 and was the first 5-sailed smock mill in Britain. The mill was powered by wind ...
Cleadon Windmill
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Cleadon Windmill
- Overview Detail The ruined windmill is located on the highest part of Cleadon Hills, built the 1820s. The mill was severely damaged in a storm during the 1870s. Interestingly it ...
Old School House, Belsay
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Old School House, Belsay
Blackheddon Hall
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Blackheddon Hall
- Former manor house in Black Heddon, Northumberland. Built in 1824, this is a Grade 2 Listed Building.
Tomb of Katherine Bavington, Harnham
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Tomb of Katherine Bavington, Harnham
Limekilns, Low Alwinton
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Limekilns, Low Alwinton
Clennell Memorial Fountain, Harbottle
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Clennell Memorial Fountain, Harbottle
- Victorian Gothic-style fountain built 1880 by D. McMillan of Alnwick. The fountain is dedicated to Mrs Clennell of Harbottle Castle who "...devoted the powers of an active mind, the impulses ...
Former Presbyterian Church, Harbottle
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Former Presbyterian Church, Harbottle
United Reformed Church, Thropton
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United Reformed Church, Thropton
Nelson Memorial, Old Swarland
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Nelson Memorial, Old Swarland
- Overview About the Monument Map Street View Davison's Obelisk is a monument to Lord Nelson near Swarland in Northumberland, built by his friend Alexander Davison of Swarland Hall in 1807, following ...
Gateway near Craster Tower
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Gateway near Craster Tower
Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Etal
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Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Etal
Heatherslaw Mill
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Heatherslaw Mill
- Overview Map Street View An 18th century watermill by the River Till in Heatherlaw, near Etal, in Northumberland. It is a double mill with two water wheels. The mill is ...
Rutherford Bridge
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Rutherford Bridge
- Overview Map Street View A stone bridge over the River Greta just over a mile North West of Scargill, County Durham. The bridge was built in 1773 following the great ...
Church of St. Mark, Ninebanks
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Church of St. Mark, Ninebanks
Church of St John, Whitfield
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Church of St John, Whitfield
- Overview Map Street View Church in Whitfield, Northumberland, built c.1790. This was the parish church for Whitfield, until the Church of the Holy Trinity was built in 1860.
Blueback Bridge, Whitfield
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Blueback Bridge, Whitfield
Whitfield Hall
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Whitfield Hall
Cupola Bridge
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Cupola Bridge
- Overview Map Street View A three arch stone bridge over the River Allen, built 1778 and located a mile and a half from Whitfield, Northumberland. The bridge is Grade 2 ...
Beaurepaire
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Beaurepaire
The Moonfleet, Skinningrove
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The Moonfleet, Skinningrove
- Overview Map Street View The Moonfleet is a guest house and bar in Skinningrove, near Loftus in Redcar and Cleveland. Originally built as Skinningrove Hall in 1704 the building is Grade 2 ...
Westgate Hill Cemetery
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Westgate Hill Cemetery
- Overview Map Street View In June 1825 a meeting of 'protestant dissenters and other persons' was held in Newcastle, which appointed a committee to forming a new cemetery - John ...
Mill Bridge,  Coatham Munderville
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Mill Bridge, Coatham Munderville
- Overview Map Street View A stone bridge, built 1861, which straddles the parishes of Coatham Mundeville and Brafferton. The bridge is Grade 2 listed.
Hall Garth Hotel Golf and Country Club
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Hall Garth Hotel Golf and Country Club
- Overview Map Street View Grade 2 Listed building
Pillbox, Herrington Hill
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Pillbox, Herrington Hill
- Built with reinforced concrete this pillbox was constructed in 1940-41. It was one of a pair built as part of an inland "stop-line" designed to slow down anticipated invasion during ...
Rutherford Memorial Fountain, Bigg Market
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Rutherford Memorial Fountain, Bigg Market
- Overview Map Street View The distinctive red sandstone drinking fountain is located at the top of the Bigg Market in Newcastle. It was built by the Band of Hope Union ...
Town Hall, Wallsend
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Town Hall, Wallsend
- Overview Map Street View The Town Hall, now a Business and a Conference Centre, were built 1907-8 by E.F.W. Liddle and P.L. Brown for the Borough of Wallsend. The Town ...
War Memorial, Wallsend
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War Memorial, Wallsend
- The War Memorial for the Borough of Wallsend is located off Archer Street.  It is a tall granite obelisk topped with a bronze angel of victory. The panel on the ...
Coach & Horses, Wallsend
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Coach & Horses, Wallsend
- The Coach and Horses in Wallsend is a public house located on the junction of High Street East and Coach Road. The pub was built c.1907 and is a Grade ...
Buddle Arts Centre, Wallsend
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Buddle Arts Centre, Wallsend
- Overview Map Street View Buddle Arts Centre is located on Station Road in Wallsend. The building was originally Buddle School or Wallsend Board Schools (for juniors and infants), completed in 1876 and ...
Mill House, Newton Bewley
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Mill House, Newton Bewley
Hospital of God, Greatham
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Hospital of God, Greatham
- Overview Map Street View Former almshouse, now residences for the elderly. This is a Grade 2 listed building. The Hospital of God was originally founded by the Bishop of Durham, Robert ...
Tyne Pedestrian and Cyclist Tunnels
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Tyne Pedestrian and Cyclist Tunnels
- Overview About the Tunnels The Tyne Pedestrian and Cyclist Tunnels were opened to the people of Tyneside on 24th July 1951. These two purpose-built tunnels were designed to connect Howdon ...
Union Rooms
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Union Rooms
- Overview Map Street View The former Union Club on Westgate Road was designed in a 'French chateau' style in 1877 by architect, M. P. Manning. It is a Grade II ...
Cherryburn
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Cherryburn
- Overview About Cherryburn Map Cherryburn is a National Trust location which includes the farmhouse and cottage which was the birthplace of Thomas Bewick (1753-1828), a renowned wood engraver and naturalist ...
Greystone Hall, Gainforth
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Greystone Hall, Gainforth
White Cross Farm, Gainford
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White Cross Farm, Gainford
Academy Theatre, Gainford
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Academy Theatre, Gainford
- Overview Map Street View Academy Theatre, located off High Green in Gainford, was once a boys boarding school. Gainford Academy, founded by Rev. William Bowman, operated from this building from ...
War Memorial, Gainford
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War Memorial, Gainford
- The memorial, dedicated to the people of Gainford, County Durham, who gave their lives in the First World War is located in the church yard of  St Mary's Parish Church. ...
Village Cross, Gainford
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Village Cross, Gainford
- A stone cross commemorating Queen Victoria's Jubilee located on the village Green at Gainford, County Durham. The inscription reads: "In thankful commemoration of the sixtieth anniversary of the accession of ...
Column by Edlestone Hall, Gainford
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Column by Edlestone Hall, Gainford
Elstob Hall
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Elstob Hall
Toll House, Whorlton Bridge
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Toll House, Whorlton Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The former Toll House at the North end of Whorlton Suspension Bridge was built c.1830 and is a Grade II listed building.
Butterknowle War Memorial
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Butterknowle War Memorial
- This War Memorial stands on the north side of Pinfold Lane in Butterknowle, County Durham. The monument is dedicated to the 23 members of the local community, who lost their ...
Church of St James, Coundon
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Church of St James, Coundon
- Overview Map Street View The Parish Church of St James in Coundon, County Durham was built between 1871 and 1873, designed by Ewan Christian. The Church was consecration by the ...
Entrance Building, Saltburn Pier
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Entrance Building, Saltburn Pier
Church of St John the Baptist, St John's Chapel
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Church of St John the Baptist, St John's Chapel
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St John the Baptist in the village of St John's Chapel, County Durham, is a Grade II listed building. The church was rebuilt ...
War Memorial, St John's Chapel
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War Memorial, St John's Chapel
- Overview Map Street View The War memorial in the village of St John's Chapel in Weardale, County Durham, has a 2 metre high pedestal supporting a life-size figure of soldier, ...
Former Methodist Chapel, Wearhead
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Former Methodist Chapel, Wearhead
Weardale Museum and High House Chapel
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Weardale Museum and High House Chapel
- Overview Map Street View Weardale Museum is located in High House Chapel in Ireshopeburn in Weardale, County Durham. The museum was established by volunteers in 1985 to preserve the heritage ...
Village Pant, Embleton
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Village Pant, Embleton
Dovecote nr Old Vicarage, Embleton
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Dovecote nr Old Vicarage, Embleton
Bluebell Inn, Embleton
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Bluebell Inn, Embleton
- The Bluebell Inn, Embleton, was built c.1840 and is now a Grade II listed building. 
War Memorial, Embleton
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War Memorial, Embleton
- The War Memorial in Embleton Cemetry was unveiled on 24th July 1921 by Viscount Grey of Falloden, in commemoration of 52 local servicemen who died during the First World War. ...
United Reformed Church, Embleton
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United Reformed Church, Embleton
- Overview Map Street View The former United Reformed Church in Embleton was originally built as a Presbyterian Church in 1833. The building, altered in the 1920's, is Grade II listed. ...
War Memorial, Whitley Bay
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War Memorial, Whitley Bay
- Overview Map Street View The Cenotaph in Whitley Bay is located on the Links, close to Spanish City. The memorial was officially unveiled on the 15th July 1922 by Duke ...
Beehive Inn, nr Earsdon
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Beehive Inn, nr Earsdon
- Overview Map Street View The Beehive is a pub near Whitley Bay. It is located on Hartley Lane (the B1325) half a mile north east of Earsdon and 2.5 miles ...
Church of St. Alban, Earsdon
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Church of St. Alban, Earsdon
- Overview Map Street View The Parish Church at Earsdon was built 1836-1837, on the site of a much earlier 13th century church. The church was designed by John & Benjamin Green, ...
Hartley Pit Memorial, Earsdon
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Hartley Pit Memorial, Earsdon
- In the churchyard of St Alban's Church in Earsdon is a memorial to the 204 miners lost in the Hartley Colliery Disaster of 1862. "ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF THE ...
Edward Eccles Church Hall, Earsdon
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Edward Eccles Church Hall, Earsdon
- Overview Map Street View The Hall, which belongs to St Alban's Church, is located at the west edge of Earsdon. Designed by Wilkinson and Crawley, it was built 1910-1911 and ...
War Memorial, Earsdon
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War Memorial, Earsdon
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Earsdon is located on Front Street near the east entrance to the village beside the Red Lion Public House. It is dedicated ...
High Light, Lighthouse, Blyth
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High Light, Lighthouse, Blyth
- Overview Map Street View The High Light in Blyth was built  c.1788 and worked in conjunction with the Low light (rebuilt 1936). It was heightened twice and the light was in ...
Wallaw, Blyth
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Wallaw, Blyth
- Overview Map The Wallaw Cinema on Union Street in Blyth opened on 16th November 1937 with 1,600 seats. It was designed by Percy Lindsay Browne, Son & Harding, for the ...
Fort Coulson, Blyth
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Fort Coulson, Blyth
- Fort Coulson was a coastal defence fort located on the Links at Blyth. It was originally built in the late 19th century, then remodelled as a gun emplacement during the First ...
WW1 Searchlight Emplacements, Blyth
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WW1 Searchlight Emplacements, Blyth
- Two defence electric light emplacements from the First World War located on the Links at Blyth. The emplacements were operated by an E.L.O. (Electric Light Officer) in a director station ...
Church of St Cuthbert RC, Cowpen, Blyth
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Church of St Cuthbert RC, Cowpen, Blyth
- Overview Map Street View The Roman Catholic church of St Cuthbert in Cowpen, Blyth, Nothumberland, is located off Cowpen Road (A193). The Sidney Family came to Cowpen Hall in 1804 ...
Church of Our Lady and St. Wilfrid, Blyth
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Church of Our Lady and St. Wilfrid, Blyth
- Overview Map Street View Roman Catholic church on Waterloo Road, Blyth Northumberland. The church was built 1862 and is a Grade II listed building.
United Reformed Church, Blyth
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United Reformed Church, Blyth
- Overview Map Street View The URC Church on Waterloo Road in Blyth was built in 1876. It is a Grade II listed building. The congregation of Blyth URC worship at ...
Lying-in Hospital
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Lying-in Hospital
- The former Lying-in Hospal was a charitable asylum for poor married pregnant women. Located on New Bridge Street, Newcastle, the building was completed in 1826 on land given by the ...
Hartford Bridge (bridge)
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Hartford Bridge (bridge)
Fernaville's Rest, Whorlton
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Fernaville's Rest, Whorlton
- Overview Map Street View The Fernaville's Rest (formerly known as the Bridge Inn) at Whorlton, County Durham, dates from the early 19th Centrury. The pub is a Grade II listed ...
Wat Phra Dhammakaya, Hebburn
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Wat Phra Dhammakaya, Hebburn
- Overview Map Street View Former Church of St Andrew in Hebburn, now a Buddhist meditation centre. The church was originally built in 1872 paid for by Andrew Leslie, whose shipbuilding firm ...
St Andrew's Church Hall, Hebburn
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St Andrew's Church Hall, Hebburn
- Formerly St Andrew's Church Hall, Hebburn, built c.1872. Later became St. Andrew's Centre, a community centre and school. It is located next to the former Church of St Andrew; now ...
Free Library, North Shields
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Free Library, North Shields
- Overview Map Street View The former Free Library is located on Howard Street by the junction with Saville Street, North Shields. The Mechanics Institute was built 1857-1858, designed by John ...
Salvation Army Citadel, North Shields
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Salvation Army Citadel, North Shields
- Overview Map Street View The Salvation Army Citadel is located on 28 Howard Street, North Shields. It was originally built in 1811 as Scotch Church, designed by John Dobson. The Scotch Church ...
The Quay (Pub) - Blyth
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The Quay (Pub) - Blyth
- Overview Map Street View Formerly known as the Boathouse Tavern and probably the oldest building in Blyth. Parts of the building are friom the late 17th Century, though there have ...
Watch House Museum, Seaton Sluice
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Watch House Museum, Seaton Sluice
- Overview Map Street View The Watch House on Rocky Island in Seaton Sluice was opened on 14th January 1880, built for the Seaton Sluice Volunteer Life-Saving Company which was founded ...
Icehouse, Seaton Delaval Hall
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Icehouse, Seaton Delaval Hall
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Parsons' Polygon
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Parsons' Polygon
- Overview Map Street View A sculpture by David Hamilton, installed in 1985 to commemorate Sir Charles Parsons (1854-1931), the Newcastle-based engineer who developed steam turbines for generating electricity. The designs ...
'Spiral Nebula', Newcastle University
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'Spiral Nebula', Newcastle University
- Overview Map Street View The Spiral Nebula is a 10m tall sculpture designed by Geoffrey Clarke in 1962, which is located outside the Herschel Building at Newcastle University. The sculpture ...
Market Woman, Wallsend
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Market Woman, Wallsend
- Sculpture of a Roman Woman by Hans Schwarz (1922-2003) in Wallsend. The sculpture was commissioned by J Seymour Harris and Partners, developers of the Forum shopping centre, and was unveiled ...
Derwent Walk Express, Swalwell
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Derwent Walk Express, Swalwell
Church of St. Mary, Nunthorpe
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Church of St. Mary, Nunthorpe
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St Mary is located to the east on Nunthorpe and was built 1924-1926 by Temple Moore and Leslie Moore. Until 1926 , St ...
Signal Box, Nunthorpe Station
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Signal Box, Nunthorpe Station
- The railway signal box at Nunthorpe Station was built in 1903 by the North Eastern Railway. The signal box is Grade II listed as it is a rare surviving example ...
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Bolam Hall
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Bolam Hall
- Overview Map Bolam Hall was built in 1810 for Robert Horsley for his daughter Charlotte Philadelphia on her marriage to John Beresford, the Baron Decies. In 1816 John Dobson was ...
Church of St. Andrew, Bolam, County Durham
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Church of St. Andrew, Bolam, County Durham
- Overview Map Street View St Andrew's is the parish chuch of Bolam, County Durham. It was built in 1835 and is a Grade II listed building.
War Memorial, Burnopfield
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War Memorial, Burnopfield
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial is located at the junction of Front Street and New Road in Burnopfield. The memorial was made by W Ayton and Sons of ...
Armstrong Building, Newcastle University
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Armstrong Building, Newcastle University
- Overview Map Street View The Armstrong Building at Newcastle University is located on Queen Victoria Road. It was built for the College of Physical Science, a forerunner of today's Newcastle University. The ...
Victoria Tunnel, Newcastle
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Victoria Tunnel, Newcastle
- Summary History Route Restoration Victoria Tunnel was built between 1839 to 1842 to carry coal from Spital Tongues Colliery to the River Tyne. The waggonway tunnel was 1½ miles (2.4km) ...
Church of St Luke, Spital Tongues
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Church of St Luke, Spital Tongues
- Overview Map Street View St Luke's Parish Church on Clarmont Road in Spital Tongues was built 1886 - 1890, by Oliver and Leeson. The church is a Grade II listed ...
Claremont Buildings
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Claremont Buildings
- Overview Map Street View Claremont Buildings is located on the corner of Barras Bridge and Claremont Road in Newcastle upon Tyne. Built in 1896, this is a Grade II listed building.
Heaton Windmill
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Heaton Windmill
- Overview Map Street View The tower of Heaton Windmill is an iconic feature of Armstrong Park in Heaton. The windmill is thought to have been built in the 1700's for ...
Whitburn Windmill
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Whitburn Windmill
- Overview Map Street View Whitburn windmill was built in the 18th century and is a Grade II listed building. The windmill was restored by South Tyneside Council in 1991/2, including restoration ...
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Former Ebenezer Chapel, West Rainton
- Map Street View "John Wesley himself is believed to have twice preached to the miners of West Rainton in April 1747. Services were held in the homes of members until ...
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Former Londonderry School, West Rainton
- Map Street View "This edifice erected in 1850 by Frances Anne Vane Marchioness of Londonderry as an encouragment to the colliers to promote the moral and religious education of their ...
Bridge over railway, Leamside
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Bridge over railway, Leamside
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the railway at Leamside was built in 1848 for the Great North of England Railway. The bridge on Station Road is Grade ...
Church of St. Cuthbert, East Rainton
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Church of St. Cuthbert, East Rainton
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St. Cuthbert on Quary House Lane in East Rainton was built 1866-1867 and designed by C.H. Fowler. The south chancel window in the ...
Church of St. Jude, Shieldfield
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Church of St. Jude, Shieldfield
- Overview Map Street View The former Church of St. Jude, Shieldfield was built in 1891 by A. B. Plummer. In 1989, Ian Darby Partnership (architects) purchased the redundant church and ...
Bus depot, Sandyford
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Bus depot, Sandyford
- Bus depot, Portland Terrace, Newcastle
Low Light, North Shields
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Low Light, North Shields
- Overview Map Street View The "New" Low Light on North Shields Fish Quay was built 1805-1808 by Trinity House and first lit in 1810.[1]. In conjunction with the High Light in ...
High Light, North Shields
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High Light, North Shields
- Overview Map Street View The "New" High Light, on Tyne Street, North Shields was built in 1807, designed by John Stokoe for Trinity House, and first lit in 1810.[1]. In conjunction with the Low Light on the North Shields Fish Quay, the ...
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Sunderland Exchange
- Overview Map Sunderland, 197 High Street East. Originally built as the Sunderland Exchange in 1812-1814, designed by John and William Stokoe of Newcastle; builder George Cameron of Esk. Later the building ...
Old High Light, North Shields
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Old High Light, North Shields
- Trinity Buildings No. 1 (Beacon House)
Church of St. Edward, Whitley Bay
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Church of St. Edward, Whitley Bay
- Overview Map Street View St Edward’s Roman Catholic Church on Coquet Avenue in Whitley Bay was built 1926-1928 to the designs of Stienlet & Maxwell of Newcastle. It was opened ...
Church of St Paul, Whitley Bay
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Church of St Paul, Whitley Bay
- Overview Map Street View St Paul's Parish Church on Park View in Whitley Bay was built in 1864 by Salvin, and paid for by the Duke of Northumberland. The west ...
Delaval Arms, Old Hartley
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Delaval Arms, Old Hartley
- Overview Map Street View The Delaval Arms is a public house in Old Hartley, located off the main road between Whitley Bay and Seaton Sluice. It was originally built as ...
Church of St Peter the Apostle, Byers Green
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Church of St Peter the Apostle, Byers Green
- Overview Map Street View The Parish Church of St Peter the Apostle in Byers Green was built 1844-1845 by G.Y. Wall. The church is Grade II listed.
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War Memorial, Byers Green
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Old Vicarage, High Coniscliffe
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Old Vicarage, High Coniscliffe
- Overview Map The former Vicarage of St Edwin's Church in High Coniscliffe dates from the 18th century, with the main building built c.1860. It is now private house and is ...
Mill House, High Coniscliffe
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Mill House, High Coniscliffe
- Overview Map The former water mill by Unalby Beck on Mill Lane in High Coniscliffe was built in the late 18th and early 19th century. Now a house, this is ...
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War Memorial, Escomb
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Church of St. Hilda, Lucker
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Church of St. Hilda, Lucker
- Overview Map Street View Saint Hilda's is the parish church in Lucker, Northumberland. It was originally built in the late 18th century, with extensive rebuilding in 1874. The church is ...
Hethpool House
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Hethpool House
- Overview Map Street View Hethpool House was built in 1919 by Cahill of Alnwick. It incorporates masonry from a much earlier building of 1687.  The building is Grade II listed ...
Hethpool Cottages
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Hethpool Cottages
Church of St. John the Baptist, Ulgham
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Church of St. John the Baptist, Ulgham
- Overview Map Street View 1842. The church is a Grade II listed building.
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Throckley
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Church of St Mary the Virgin, Throckley
- Overview Map Street View The parish church in Throckley was built in 1887 by W.E. Hicks. The church was partly paid for by John Spencer of Whorlton Hall in memory ...
Town Clock, Redcar
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Town Clock, Redcar
- Overview Map Street View The Town Clock in Redcar was completed in 1913. It is a Grade II listed building. "1901 E.R. 1910 IN GRATEFUL AND LOYAL MEMORY OF EDWARD ...
Zetland Lifeboat Museum
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Zetland Lifeboat Museum
- Overview About the Zetland Map Street View The Zetland is the world's oldest surviving lifeboat and was built in 1802. The Zetland was in service for 78 years and saved ...
Central Railway Station, Redcar
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Central Railway Station, Redcar
- Overview About the Station Map Street View The Central Railway Station in Redcar was built c.1861 for the coastguard extension of the Stockton and Darlington Railway. The station is a ...
Church of St Peter, Redcar
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Church of St Peter, Redcar
- Overview Map Street View St Peter's church in Redcar was originally consecrated by the Archbishop of York in 1829 as a 'Chapel of Ease' of the parish of Marske. In 1835 ...
Church of St. Cuthbert, Ormesby
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Church of St. Cuthbert, Ormesby
- Overview Map Street View St. Cuthbert's is the parish church in Ormesby, Middlesbrough. The church was largely rebuilt in 1875 by Hicks and Charlewood, but incorporates masonry from an earlier ...
Clennell Hall
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Clennell Hall
- Overview Map Clennell Hall was a manor house in Clennell, near Alwinton in Northumberland. It was originally built in 1567 and was a pele (fortified tower) with attached house. The ...
Church of St. John the Baptist, Annitsford
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Church of St. John the Baptist, Annitsford
- Overview Map Street View "The mission at Annitsford was founded in 1863. Previously, the area had been served from Cowpen & by the Dominican fathers from Newcastle in hired rooms ...
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War Memorial, Dudley, North Tyneside
- Overview Map Inscribed: "THIS MONUMENT AND HOSPITAL / ARE ERECTED IN HONOURED MEMORY / OF OUR MEN WHO FELL IN THE / GREAT WAR 1914 -1918/(58 NAMES) AND 1939-1945 (20 ...
Burradon Tower
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Burradon Tower
- Overview About Burradon Tower Map Burradon Tower is a ruined Pele Tower (defensive tower) in Burradon, built during times of hostilities with Scotland. The Tower is a Grade II listed ...
Sacred Heart Church, North Gosforth
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Sacred Heart Church, North Gosforth
- Overview About the Church Map Street View The Sacred Heart Church in North Gosforth was built c.1865 in the Early English gothic style. The church is notable for its significant ...
Church of St Peter, Humshaugh
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Church of St Peter, Humshaugh
- Overview Map Street View St Peter's is the Parish Church in Humshaugh, Northumberland. It was built 1818 by H.H. Seward. Before then Humshaugh was part of the parish of Simonburn. ...
Wester Hall
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Wester Hall
- Overview Map Webster Hall in Haughton, near Humshaugh, was built in 1732. The Hall is a Grade II listed building.
Summer House and Dovecote, Wester Hall
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Summer House and Dovecote, Wester Hall
Humshaugh War Memorial
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Humshaugh War Memorial
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Corn Drying Kiln, Abberwick Mill
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Corn Drying Kiln, Abberwick Mill
- Overview Aerial View There is an early 19th century kiln by the at Abberwick Mill, which was used to dry the corn before milling. It is a Grade II listed ...
Abberwick Mill
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Abberwick Mill
- Overview Aerial View Abberwick Mill is an early 19th century water powered mill by the River Aln. The mill was in working order until about 1925.[1] The mill and associated ...
Abberwick Mill House
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Abberwick Mill House
- Overview Aerial View The house by Abberwick Mill was built in the early 19th century and is a Grade II listed building.
War Memorial, Acomb
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War Memorial, Acomb
Old battery, Alnmouth Links
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Old battery, Alnmouth Links
- There is a old gun battery on Alnmouth Links. It was originally built in 1881 by the Duke of Northumberland for the use of the Percy Artillery Volunteers. It includes ...
Church of St John the Baptist, Alnmouth
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Church of St John the Baptist, Alnmouth
- Overview About St John's Map Street View The Church of St John the Baptist on Northumberland Street in Alnmouth was consecrated on 6th November 1876. Shortly after this Alnmouth became ...
Lesbury Pant
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Lesbury Pant
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Railway Viaduct, Lesbury
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Railway Viaduct, Lesbury
- Overview Map Street View The viaduct just north west of Lesbury carries the railway over the River Aln in Northumberland. The viaduct has 18 arches and was built in 1848/1849 ...
Duchess Bridge, Alnmouth
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Duchess Bridge, Alnmouth
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the River Aln at Alnmouth, built in 1864. The bridge is Grade II listed. A cast-iron plate on the south parapet has ...
Limekiln, Harlaw Hill
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Limekiln, Harlaw Hill
- 18th century limekiln located at Harlaw Hill, just west of Longhoughton in Nothumberland. The kiln is Grade II listed.
Church of St Michael and All Angels, Howick
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Church of St Michael and All Angels, Howick
- Overview Map Street View St Michael and All Angels is the Parish Church of Howick in Northumberland. It was built in 1746 on the site of an earlier medieval church, ...
Hindmarsh Hall, Alnmouth
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Hindmarsh Hall, Alnmouth
- Overview Map Street View Hindmarsh Hall on Northumberland Street in Alnmouth is the village hall. It was built in the 18th century as a granary and was later used as ...
Former School, Carrshield
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Former School, Carrshield
- Overview Map Street View A former school for miners’ children was built in Carrshield in 1851, paid for by WB Beaumont. The boys school was in the right-hand building and ...
Holy Trinity Church, Cambo
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Holy Trinity Church, Cambo
- Overview Map Street View The Parish Church at Cambo in Northumberland was built in 1842 by J.&.B. Green, near the site of an earlier medieval chapel which had been demolished ...
Bastle House, Cambo
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Bastle House, Cambo
- Overview Street View A 16th century bassle house in Cambo, Northumberland. In 1818 it was converted into shop and still has a lintel above the former shop window inscribed "J.T. ...
War Memorial, Cambois
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War Memorial, Cambois
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial in Cambios stands next to the Church of St Andrew, set in a brick walled enclosure. The pillar commemorates the First World War ...
Church of St Cuthbert, Carham
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Church of St Cuthbert, Carham
- Overview Map Street View The present church at Carham in Northumberland was built in 1790 on the site of a much earlier church. A daughter house of Lindisfarne may have ...
East Lodge, Chillingham
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East Lodge, Chillingham
- Overview Map Street View The East Lodge by the entrance to Chillingham Castle is an octagonal building, built in 1828 by Sir Jeffrey Wyatville for the Earl of Tankerville. It ...
Bank Top Fountain, Chillingham
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Bank Top Fountain, Chillingham
- Map Street View Octagonal limestone public fountain at Top Bank in Chillingham, built 1872. The fountain is Grade II listed.
West Lodge and Gateway, Chillingham
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West Lodge and Gateway, Chillingham
- Overview Map Street View Lodge, dated 1835, and gateway to Chillingham Castle, by Edward Blore for the Earl of Tankerville. A Geade II listed building.
Ship Inn, Low Newton by the Sea
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Ship Inn, Low Newton by the Sea
Coastguard Station, Low Newton by the Sea
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Coastguard Station, Low Newton by the Sea
Church of St John the Baptist, Lowick
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Church of St John the Baptist, Lowick
Woodhorn Mill
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Woodhorn Mill
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Memorial Archway, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea
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Memorial Archway, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea
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Pele Tower, Shilbottle
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Pele Tower, Shilbottle
- Former vicarage, Grade II listed building.
Church of St Mary, Wooler
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Church of St Mary, Wooler
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's is the parish church in Wooler which was built in 1765. The church was enlarged 1835 and gothicized 1873 by F.R. Wilson.[1] The church ...
Tankerville Arms, Wooler
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Tankerville Arms, Wooler
Former Masonic Hall, Wooler
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Former Masonic Hall, Wooler
- Former County Library and Masonic Hall, Wooler
Dovecote, Haugh Head
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Dovecote, Haugh Head
- Overview Map Street View There is a 2 storey hexagonal dovecote on high ground a 100 yards from Surrey House in Haugh Head, near Wooler in Northumberland. It was built ...
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Surrey House, Haugh Head
- Overview Map Surrey House in Haugh Head lis located beside the A697 road about a mile from Wooler. It was was built in the mid-19th century. The building is a former coaching ...
War Memorial, Wooler
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War Memorial, Wooler
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial in Wooler is located on Tower Hill. The memorial, built in c.1920, is a stone cross with a Celtic wheel-head design.[1] It was ...
The Black Bull, Wooler
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The Black Bull, Wooler
- Overview Map Street View The Black Bull Hotel is located on the High Street, Wooler. It was a coaching inn from the 19th century and was substantially remodelled in 1910. ...
Church of St Ninian, RC, Wooler
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Church of St Ninian, RC, Wooler
- Overview Map Street View St Ninian's is a Roman Catholic church in Wooler, Northumberland. It was designed by George Goldie and completed in 1856.[1] The church is a Grade II ...
United Reformed Church, Wooler
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United Reformed Church, Wooler
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Pillboxes, Wooler Common
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Pillboxes, Wooler Common
Middleton Hall, near Wooler
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Middleton Hall, near Wooler
- Overview Map Street View Middleton Hall in Earle, near Wooler, was built in 1807. The hall was built on the site of a medieval basstle house and Middleton Hall (sometimes ...
Earle Mill
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Earle Mill
- Overview Map Earle Mill is a watermill located by Wooler Water. It was built in the 18th century and has a distinctive 19th century drying kiln attached. It is aproximately ...
Earle Mill Cottage
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Earle Mill Cottage
- Overview Map The cottage by Earle Mill dates from the 18th century and is a Grade II listed building. The cottage is close to Wooler Water and is about half ...
Church of St. Oswin, Wylam
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Church of St. Oswin, Wylam
- Overview Map Street View St. Oswin's is the parish church in Wylam. The church was built in 1886 by R.J. Johnson, paid for by the Hedley family. Prior to this villagers ...
Lychgate, St Oswin's Church, Wylam
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Lychgate, St Oswin's Church, Wylam
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Signal Box, Wylam
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Signal Box, Wylam
- Overview Map Street View The overhead signal box on the west side of Wylam Station was built in the late 19th century by the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. This, and ...
Footbridge, Wylam Station
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Footbridge, Wylam Station
- Overview Map Street View The cast-iron footbridge over the railway line at Wylam Station was built in the late 19th century. The footbridge is Grade II listed.
Signal Box, Hexham
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Signal Box, Hexham
- The overhead railway signal box at Hexham was built in c.1896 by the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. This, and the signal box at Wylam, are the only 2 surviving examples of this type of ...
Signal Box, Haltwhistle
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Signal Box, Haltwhistle
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Signal Box, Chathill
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Signal Box, Chathill
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Waiting Shed, Chathill Station
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Chathill Station
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Chathill Station
- Overview About Chathill Station Map Street View The station at Chathill in Northumberland was designed by Benjamin Green for the Newcastle & Berwick Railway company and opened in 1847. The ...
Signal Box, Heighington Station
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Signal Box, Heighington Station
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Signal Box, Shildon
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Signal Box, Shildon
- "Signal box. 1887, altered 1928 and 1984. Built for the Central Division of the North-Eastern Railway Co. Ltd., possibly designed by the Thomas Prosser, architect to the NER. This box ...
Loud Hill Memorial, Annfield Plain
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Loud Hill Memorial, Annfield Plain
- Overview Map Street View This memorial in Annfield Plain is inscribed "It was here that Pilot Officer Joyce met his death on the night of March 13 1918." The memorial ...
War Memorial, Annfield Plain
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War Memorial, Annfield Plain
- The war memorial is located in Annifield Plain Park. It is inscribed with the names of the 263 men of Annifield Plain lost in the First World War and the ...
Church of St Thomas, Harelaw
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Church of St Thomas, Harelaw
- Overview Map Street View St. Thomas' Church is located on North Road, Harelaw, Annfield Plain. The church, by G. Jackson, was built in 1841 at a time when the population ...
Market Cross, Stanhope
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Market Cross, Stanhope
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Old Market Cross, Stanhope
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Old Market Cross, Stanhope
- Overview Map The remains of the original Stanhope market cross of 1669 are located in the churchyard of St Thomas' Church. It was moved there after the 'new' market cross ...
Church of St. John the Evangelist, Rookhope
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Church of St. John the Evangelist, Rookhope
- Overview Map Street View The original St John’s in Rookhope was built in 1822, but at the end of the 19th Century it was pulled down and rebuilt in its ...
Church of St Peter, Wolviston
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Church of St Peter, Wolviston
- Overview Map Street View St Peter's Church in Wolviston was built in 1876 by Austin, Johnson and Hicks. It was designed in the early English style, built with red brick ...
Shotton Hall
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Shotton Hall
- Overview Map Street View Shotton Hall was a country house built c.1760 in Shotton near Peterlee in County Durham. The Hall was built on estate lands which belonged to the ...
Church of St Mary, Horden
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Church of St Mary, Horden
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's parish church on Blackhills Road in Horden was built by J.D. Potts and Son with funds from Colonel Roland Burdon, and opened in 1913.[1] ...
War memorial, Easington Colliery
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War memorial, Easington Colliery
- Overview Map Street View The memorial stands at the centre of the cemetery in Easington Colliery. The memorial was unveiled on 30 January 1926 by Colonel Pickersgill, to commemorate the ...
Hardwicke Hall Manor Hotel
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Hardwicke Hall Manor Hotel
- Overview Map Street View Hardwicke Hall Manor Hotel is located off Hesleden Road (B1281) near Blackhall Colliery in County Durham. It was originally a country house built in the mid ...
Church of the Holy Trinity, Seaton Carew
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Church of the Holy Trinity, Seaton Carew
- Overview Map Street View This church in Seaton Carew was originally built as a chapel of ease within the parish of Stranton, designed by T. Pickersgill and consecrated in 1831. Seaton ...
Chopwell War Memorial
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Chopwell War Memorial
- The war memorial in Chopwell commemorates the 205 local people who lost their lives in the First World War. It was reported that about 7,000 people attended the ceremony unveiling ...
Church of the Holy Trinity, Wingate
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Church of the Holy Trinity, Wingate
- Overview Map Street View The Holy Trinity is the parish church of Wingate, County Durham. It was built 1840-1841 by George Jackson of Durham. The church is a Grade II ...
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Disaster Memorial, Wingate Grange Colliery
- Overview Map Street View "THIS MONUMENT WAS ERECTED BY PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION TO THE MEMORY OF THE TWENTY SIX MEN WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE EXPLOSION AT WINGATE GRANGE COLLIERY; ...
Church of St. Mary and St. Stephen, Wolsingham
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Church of St. Mary and St. Stephen, Wolsingham
- Overview Map Street View The parish church in Wolsingham has a history going back to the 12th century, though the present church was rebuilt in 1848 by W. Nicholson.[1] The church is ...
Former Station Building, Wolsingham
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Former Station Building, Wolsingham
- Overview Map Street View The former station building in Wolsingham is a Grade II listed building. It was built in 1847 for the for the Wear Valley branch line of the ...
Black Bull, Wolsingham
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Black Bull, Wolsingham
- Overview Map Street View The Black Bull public house in the Market Place in Wolsingham was an inn built in the mid 18th century. The pub is a Grade II ...
Elwick Windmill
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Elwick Windmill
- Overview Map Street View Elwick Windmill was built in the mid 19th century and is located about half a mile south west of Elwick, and is visible from the A19 ...
Bywell Bridge, over the Tyne
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Bywell Bridge, over the Tyne
- Overview Map Street View Stone bridge over the River Tyne, built 1836-1838, designed by George Basevi. The bridge carries the B6309 road over the Tyne, with Bywell on the north ...
Village Cross, Bywell
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Village Cross, Bywell
- Overview Map Street View The village Cross in Bywell dates from the 13th century. Having being damaged the structure was altered in the 18th century when a stone ball was ...
Church of St George, Mickley
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Church of St George, Mickley
- Overview Map Street View St George's Church near Mickley in Northumberland was originally built in 1823 as a chapel of ease within the ancient parish of Ovingham. It served the ...
Orangery, Bywell Hall
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Orangery, Bywell Hall
- Overview Map The Orangery at Bywell Hall was built in the 18th century and is a Grade II listed building.[1]
Sutherland Building, Northumbria University
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Sutherland Building, Northumbria University
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Rye Hill House, NCG
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Rye Hill House, NCG
- Overview Map Street View Rye Hill House is the headquarters of NCG (who manage a group of 6 colleges, including Newcastle College). The building dates from c.1840[1]. It was originally ...
College House, College Street
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College House, College Street
- Overview Map Street View College House on College Street in Newcastle was built in 1883 by R.J. Johnson as a new location for Dame Allan's Schools (est. 1705). In more ...
Burt Hall, Northumbria University
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Burt Hall, Northumbria University
- Overview Map Street View Burt Hall is located on Northumberland Road on the Newcastle campus of Northumbria University. It was originally built in 1895 by John W. Dyson for the ...
War Memorial, Harraton / Fatfield
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War Memorial, Harraton / Fatfield
- Overview Map Street View The memorial commemorates 103 local servicemen who died in the First World War and later the names of 12 people who died in the Second World ...
Fatfield House
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Fatfield House
- Overview Map Street View A 19th century house on Vigo Lane in Harraton - which had been in Fatfield before the boundaries changed with the creation of Washingon new town. ...
Wills Building, Wallsend
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Wills Building, Wallsend
- Overview About The Wills' Building Map Street View The Wills Building is located off the Coast Road in Wallend, Newcastle. The distictive Art Deco building was built from 1946-50 as ...
Church of St Mary, Holystone, Northumberland
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Church of St Mary, Holystone, Northumberland
Queen Alexandra Bridge, Sunderland
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Queen Alexandra Bridge, Sunderland
- Overview About the Bridge Map Street View The Queen Alexandra Bridge over the River Wear links the Southwick and Deptford areas of Sunderland. The bridge was built 1907-1909, originally as a double-decker ...
Church of the Holy Trinity, Southwick
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Church of the Holy Trinity, Southwick
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Watch House Museum, Tynemouth
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Watch House Museum, Tynemouth
- Overview Map Street View The Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade, founded in 1864, was the first such organisation in the country. The Watch House was built 1886-1887 overlooking the Black Midden ...
Statue of Queen Victoria, Tynemouth
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Statue of Queen Victoria, Tynemouth
- Overview Map Street View The bronze memorial statue of Queen Victoria in Tynemouth was by Alfred Turner and built in 1902. It was paid for by public subscription, despite financial ...
Grand Hotel, Tynemouth
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Grand Hotel, Tynemouth
- Overview Map Street View The Grand Hotel is located on Grand Parade, by the sea front at Tynemouth. It was originally built in 1872 as seaside house for Duchess of ...
Clock Tower, Tynemouth
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Clock Tower, Tynemouth
- Overview Map Street View The distinctive clock tower and drinking fountain is located at the head of Front Street in Tynemouth, close to Tynemouth Priory. The Venetian Gothic style clock tower ...
Land of Green Ginger, Tynemouth
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Land of Green Ginger, Tynemouth
- Overview Map Street View The former Congregational Church on Front Street in Tynemouth was built in 1868 by Thomas Oliver. The adjoining Church Hall was built in 1886.[1] In the ...
War Memorial, Tynemouth
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War Memorial, Tynemouth
- Overview Map Street View The First World War Memorial in Tynemouth is located in the centre of the park by Front Street, between the Statue of Queen Victoria and the ...
Church of St. Nicholas, South Gosforth
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Church of St. Nicholas, South Gosforth
- Overview Map Street View St. Nicholas' Parish church is located on Church Road in South Gosforth. It was built in 1799 by John Dodds after the demolition of earlier church. ...
Church of St John the Evangelist, Birtley
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Church of St John the Evangelist, Birtley
- Overview Map Street View St John's in the parish church in Birtley. The church was consecrated by the Bishop of Durham on 9th August 1849. Shortly afterwards on the 8th ...
House of Adam of Jesmond
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House of Adam of Jesmond
- Overview Map Street View The House of Adam in Armstrong Park in Heaton dates back to at least 1267.[1] It was the camera (seat) of Adam de Gesmuth (Adam of ...
War Memorial, Birtley
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War Memorial, Birtley
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Statue of Edward Moseley Perkins, Birtley
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Statue of Edward Moseley Perkins, Birtley
- Overview Map Street View Edward Mosely Perkins (1821-1871) came to Birtley as a partner in its Iron Company and two local pits in 1858, and lived in Birtley Hall. He ...
Church of St Joseph, Birtley
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Church of St Joseph, Birtley
- Overview Map Street View St Joseph's Church in Birtley was desigened by John Dobson and was opened by 1843 to replace the Birtley Roman Catholic Mission, which had moved to ...
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War Memorial, High Spen
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Winlaton Forge
- Overview Map Street View Winlaton Forge is the last surviving link in the village with Crowley's Iron Works. Ambrose Crowley's works dominated the iron manufacturing trade in the North East ...
Church of St Paul, Winlaton
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Church of St Paul, Winlaton
- Overview Map Street View St Paul's Church in Winlaton was built 1827-1829 and designed by Ignatius Bonom.[1] The church was consicrated in 1828. It was remodelled in the 1890s. The ...
Church of St. Joseph, Blaydon
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Church of St. Joseph, Blaydon
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Church of St. Cuthbert, Blaydon
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Church of St. Cuthbert, Blaydon
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Church of St. Mary and St. Thomas Aquinas, Stella
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Church of St. Mary and St. Thomas Aquinas, Stella
- Overview Map Street View The Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary and St. Thomas Aquinas in Stella, near Blaydon, was built 1831-1832.[1] It was designed by the architect John Green, ...
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War Memorial, Blaydon
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial is located outside the cemetry on Shibdon Road in Blaydon. The memorial was unveiled on the 7th of April 1923, dedicated to 201 ...
Church of St John the Evangelist, Longhirst
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Church of St John the Evangelist, Longhirst
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St John the Evangelist in Longhirst was designed by Sir Arthur Blomfield and built in 1876. It was commissioned and paid for by ...
War Memorial, Longhirst
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War Memorial, Longhirst
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Longhirst was unveiled on the 31st of July 1921, dedicated to the local men lost in the First World War. The memorial ...
Lych Gate, St John's, Longhirst
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Lych Gate, St John's, Longhirst
- Overview Map Street View The lych gate of the Church of St John the Evangelist in Longhirst was built in 1885. It is Grade II listed.
War Memorial, Hebburn
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War Memorial, Hebburn
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Hebburn Hall
- Overview About Hebburn Hall Map Hebburn Hall (aslo known as Ellison Hall) is a 17th century manor house in Hebburn, largely rebuilt in 1790-1792.[1] It was built on the site ...
Church of St James, Riding Mill
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Church of St James, Riding Mill
- Overview Map Street View St James' is the parish church in Riding Mill, Northumberland. It was designed by Matthew Thompson of Newcastle and built on land gifted by Joseph Wilson. ...
Wellington Inn, Riding Mill
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Wellington Inn, Riding Mill
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Gibson Street Baths, Newcastle
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Gibson Street Baths, Newcastle
- Overview History Map Street View This former municipal washhouse and baths is located on the corner of Gibson Street and New Bridge Street in Newcastle, next to St Dominic's Priory Church. ...
Jesmond Library
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Jesmond Library
- Overview Map Street View Jesmond Library was originally opened on the 30th of May 1963, the circular building on St George’s Terrace in West Jesmond was designed by Henry Faulkner ...
Fenham Library
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Fenham Library
- Overview Map Street View The library in Fenham is located on Fenham Hall Drive and was opened on the 8th of June 1938. The libray is a Grade II listed building. ...
War Memorial, Allendale
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War Memorial, Allendale
- Overview Map The gothic style Lych gate at St. Cuthbert’s Church was built as a memorial dedicated to the people of Allendale who lost their lives in the First World War. ...
Church of St. Cuthbert, Allendale
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Church of St. Cuthbert, Allendale
- Overview Map The parish church in Allendale is part of the Benefice of the Allen Valleys. The present church was built in 1874 by Austin and Johnson, except for lower ...
Thorngreen Lime Kilns, Allenheads
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Thorngreen Lime Kilns, Allenheads
- Overview Map Street View The Thorngreen Lime Kilns are located on the side of Slag Hill above Middlehope Burn, just north west of Allenheads in Northumberland. The lime kilns were ...
Allenheads Hall
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Allenheads Hall
- Overview Map Allenshead Hall is a country house, built in 1847 by E.B. Lamb for Thomas Sopwith, engineer and mine agent to the Beaumont family. Some sources indicate it was ...
Allenheads Church
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Allenheads Church
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Trinity Methodist Church, Allendale
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Trinity Methodist Church, Allendale
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Whickham View Schools, Denton Burn
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Whickham View Schools, Denton Burn
- Overview Map Street View Now part of Newcastle College, the former Whickham View Schools on Muscott Grove in Whickham, were built in 1936-1938. The 'Art Deco' style schools (originally separate ...
King Edward VII Bridge
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King Edward VII Bridge
- Overview About King Edward VII Bridge Map Street View The King Edward VII railway bridge was opened by King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra on the 10th of July 1906. ...
Westgate Walk-in Centre (former Elswick Grange)
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Westgate Walk-in Centre (former Elswick Grange)
- Overview Map Street View Elswick Grange was a large house built in the mid 19th century on Westgate Road in Newcastle. It was part of the former Newcastle General Hospital ...
Old Wallsend Library, Ferndale Avenue
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Old Wallsend Library, Ferndale Avenue
- Overview Map Street View The former Library on Ferndale Avenue in Wallsend was built 1965-1966, designed by Harry Faulkner Brown. The library closed on the 15th February 2014, and was ...
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Church of St. Mark, Newcastle Climbing Centre
- Overview Map Street View St. Mark's Church on Shields Road in Newcastle was built 1905 - 1906. The church was designed by Hicks and Charlewood and paid for by W.D. ...
Former Bank Building, St Nicholas' Square
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Former Bank Building, St Nicholas' Square
- Overview Map Street View This building on the corner of St Nicholas' Square and Mosley Steet in Newcastle was built in c.1845 for the Newcastle Joint Stock Bank. It was ...
Old Post Office, St Nicholas Street
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Old Post Office, St Nicholas Street
- Overview Map Street View The former Post office building on St Nicholas' Street in Newcastle was built 1871-1874 by James Williams.[1] Originally there were separate entrance for male and female ...
St Nicholas' Buildings, St Nicholas' Street
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St Nicholas' Buildings, St Nicholas' Street
- Overview Map Street St Nicholas Building is located on the corner of St Nicholas' Street and Westgate Road in Newcastle. It was built c.1850 by William Parnell in "Venetian Renaissance" style ...
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Railway Arch, St Nicholas' Street
- Overview Map Street View The arch which carries the railway over St Nicholas Street in Newcastle was built in 1848 by Abbot and Co. of Gateshead.[1] The arch is 300 metres ...
Callerton Hall
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Callerton Hall
- Overview Map Street Callerton Hall is located in High Callerton, Ponteland. It was built in the early 18th century, and extensively altered in 1892 by R. Norman Shaw.[1] The hall ...
Rebellion House, High Callerton
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Rebellion House, High Callerton
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St Dominic's Priory Church
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St Dominic's Priory Church
- Overview Map Street View St. Dominic's Priory Church is a Roman Catholic church located on New Bridge Street / Red Barns, in Newcastle. The church, by Dunn and Hansom, has ...
Shotley Bridge (bridge)
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Shotley Bridge (bridge)
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the River Derwent at Shotley Bridge was built in the late 18th century, later widened in c1820. The bridge is Grade II ...
Stable Block, Cresswell Hall
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Stable Block, Cresswell Hall
- The grand Stable Block of the former Cresswell Hall was built in 1829. It stands in Hall Wood just west of Cresswell Towers Holiday Park in Cresswell in Northumberland.
Gallery, Cresswell Hall
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Gallery, Cresswell Hall
- Early 19th century stone gallery of 16 columns which flanked the approach to the former Cresswell Hall. The gallery is in Hall Woods and is a Grade II listed building.
Church of St Bartholomew, Cresswell
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Church of St Bartholomew, Cresswell
- Overview Map Street View The parish Church of St Bartholomew in Cresswell, Northumberland, was built in 1836 for the Baker-Cresswell family of Cresswell Hall.[1] It is one of two churches ...
Church of St. Paul, Branxton
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Church of St. Paul, Branxton
- Overview History Map Street View St Paul's is the Parish church of Branxton, Northumberland. Parts of the church, the chancel arch in particular, date back to the late 12th or ...
Flodden Memorial, Branxton
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Flodden Memorial, Branxton
- Overview Map Street View The memorial to the thousnds of Scots and English killed in the Battle of Flodden Field (1513) is located on the site of the battlefield, less than ...
Memorial Drinking Fountain, Branxton
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Memorial Drinking Fountain, Branxton
- Overview Map Street View Drinking fountain in Branxton, inscribed "To The Memory of William Askew Robertson of Pallinsburn July 1910". The memorial fountain was built in 1910 by George Reavel ...
Marmion's Well, Branxton
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Marmion's Well, Branxton
- Overview Map Street View An old well in Branxton, which was reconstructed late 19th century for Louisa, Marchioness of Waterford.[1] The well is notable as being the setting Sir Walter ...
Davison Mausoleum, Kirknewton
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Davison Mausoleum, Kirknewton
Lanton Memorial
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Lanton Memorial
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Primitive Methodist Chapel, Milfield
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Primitive Methodist Chapel, Milfield
Red Lion Inn, Milfield
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Red Lion Inn, Milfield
Sebastopol Gun, Hartlepool Headland
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Sebastopol Gun, Hartlepool Headland
Shades Hotel, Church Street, Hartlepool
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Shades Hotel, Church Street, Hartlepool
38 Church Street, Hartlepool
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38 Church Street, Hartlepool
- Overview Map Street View 38 Church Street in Hartlepool is a former Bank, built in 1899, by Barnes and Coates.[1] This is a Grade II listed building. 
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Statue of Ralph Ward Jackson, Church Street, Hartlepool
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Ward Jackson Park, Hartlepool
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Ward Jackson Park, Hartlepool
- Overview Map Street View Park in Hartlepool named after Ralph Ward Jackson (1806 - 1880), who founded West Hartlepool in the 19th century. The park includes a children's playground, lake, and ...
Clock Tower, Ward Jackson Park
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Clock Tower, Ward Jackson Park
- Inscribed: "The gift of Alderman John Brown J.P. Mayor 1902-3-4. In Consideration for others 1921".[1]
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Fountain, Ward Jackson Park
Park Lodge, Ward Jackson Park
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Park Lodge, Ward Jackson Park
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South African War Memorial, Ward Jackson Park
- Sculpted by Francis W. Doyle Jones and unveiled on the 19th of July 1905.[1]
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Bandstand, Ward Jackson Park
Church of St. Mary, Hartlepool
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Church of St. Mary, Hartlepool
Town Hall, Hartlepool
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Town Hall, Hartlepool
Park Tower, Hartlepool
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Park Tower, Hartlepool
- Overview Map Street View Park Tower in Hartlepool is the former North Eastern Co-operative Society department store, located on the corner of Park Road and Stranton. The building was designed by ...
Former Wesley Methodist Church, Hartlepool
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Former Wesley Methodist Church, Hartlepool
- Overview Map Street View The Wesley Methodist Church on Victoria Road and Raby Road in Hartlepool was built 1871-1873, designed by Hill and Swan. The building is Grade II listed.
Grand Hotel, Hartlepool
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Grand Hotel, Hartlepool
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War Memorial, Hartlepool
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War Memorial, Hartlepool
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Kirkharle Manor
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Kirkharle Manor
- Kirkharle Manor is the former vicarage to St Wilfred's Church. The house was built in the early 19th century and is a Grade II listed building.
Kirkharle Hall
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Kirkharle Hall
- Overview About Kirkharle Hall Map Street View Kirkharle Farm is the surviving east wing of Kirkharle Hall (initially built in c 1718, added to c 1755, and then partially demolished ...
Church of St Andrew, Hartlepool
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Church of St Andrew, Hartlepool
- Overview Map Street View The former Church of St Andrew is located on York Place, Headland in Hartlepool. It was built in 1886 as a Chapel of ease and later ...
War Memorial, Headland, Hartlepool
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War Memorial, Headland, Hartlepool
- Overview About the Memorial Map Street View This war memorial is located in Redheugh Gardens, off Cliff Terrace in Headland, Hartlepool. The bronze statue of a winged figure "Triumphant Youth" ...
Hartlepool Borough Hall
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Hartlepool Borough Hall
- Overview Map Street View Hartlepool Borough Hall was built on Middlegate in 1865, by C.J. Adams. The municipal buildings included a market hall. The 3-bay extension to the right of ...
The Central, Gateshead
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The Central, Gateshead
- Overview Map Street View The Central is a public house on Half Moon Lane and Hills Street in Gateshead. It was built in 1856, designed by M. Thompson for Alderman Potts, wine merchant, ...
War Memorial, Denwick
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War Memorial, Denwick
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Denwick was unveiled on the 14th of November 1920 by the Duke of Northumberland. It was dedicated by Canon Mangin, Vicar of ...
Pant near Village Hall, Denwick
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Pant near Village Hall, Denwick
- Overview Map Street View This pant (covered water supply) in Denwick was built in 1859. It is Grade II listed.
Lych Gate, St Mary's Church, Morpeth
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Lych Gate, St Mary's Church, Morpeth
- The lych gate to St Mary's Church on Kirkhill in Morpeth was built in 1861. The lych gate is Grade II listed.[1]
Town Hall, Morpeth
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Town Hall, Morpeth
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The Anglers Arms, Weldon Bridge
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The Anglers Arms, Weldon Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The Angler's Arms in Weldon Bridge was built in the mid 18th century as a coaching inn, located on what was then, one of the main ...
Pauperhaugh Bridge
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Pauperhaugh Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Pauperhaugh bridge over the River Coquet.
Pillbox, Brinkburn
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Pillbox, Brinkburn
Pillbox, Brinkheugh
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Pillbox, Brinkheugh
Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Byrness
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Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Byrness
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War Memorial, Choppington
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Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Choppington
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Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Choppington
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War Memorial, Guide Post
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War Memorial, Guide Post
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Longstone Lighthouse
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Longstone Lighthouse
- The lighthouse and keeper's cottage on Longstone, in the Farne Islands, was built in 1826 by David Alexander for Trinity House, Newcastle. As well as being an iconic landmark, the ...
Lighthouse, Inner Farne
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Lighthouse, Inner Farne
Font by Chapel of St. Cuthbert, Inner Farne
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Font by Chapel of St. Cuthbert, Inner Farne
National Trust Information Centre, Inner Farne
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National Trust Information Centre, Inner Farne
Old Lighthouse and Keeper's Cottage, Brownsman Island
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Old Lighthouse and Keeper's Cottage, Brownsman Island
- The lighthouse on Brownsman Island in the Outer Farne Islands was originally built in 1800, and then replaced with a new tower in 1811. At the age of just 3 ...
Methodist Chapel, Whiteley Shield
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Methodist Chapel, Whiteley Shield
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War Memorial, Lowick
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War Memorial, Lowick
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Windlestone Hall
- Overview About Windlestone Hall Map There has been a house on the site since the 16th century. The present Windlestone Hall was built c.1835 by Ignatius Bonomi for Sir Robert ...
Spark's Daylight Bakery, Stockton-on-Tees
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Spark's Daylight Bakery, Stockton-on-Tees
- Overview Map Street View Spark's Daylight Bakery on Bishopton Avenue in Stockton-on-Tees was built in 1938. The Art Deco style building by Kitching & Co. of Middlesbrough was built for Ralph ...
Tyneside Cinema
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Tyneside Cinema
- Overview About the Tyneside Cinema Map Street View The Tyneside Cinema is an independent cinema located off Pilgrim Street in Newcastle. The cinema originally opened on the 1st of February 1937 and ...
Carliol House
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Carliol House
- Overview Map Street View Carliol House is a 'shallow crescent' building which curves the corner of Market Street East and Pilgrim Street. It was built 1924-7 and designed by Burnet, ...
Former Fire Station, Pilgrim Street
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Former Fire Station, Pilgrim Street
- Overview Map Street View The former Central Police, Fire Station and Magistrate's Court on the corner of Pilgrim Street and Market Street, in Newcastle, was built in 1931- 1933. Built ...
War Memorial, Dunston Hill
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War Memorial, Dunston Hill
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Dunston is located at the junction of Ellison Road and King George Avenue. In honour of the local men lost in the ...
Bridge Hotel, Newcastle
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Bridge Hotel, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View The Bridge Hotel on Castle Garth in Newcastle was built in c.1899, designed by Cackett, Burns Dick for J. Fitzgerald.[1] It is located next to the ...
Jarrow Town Hall
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Jarrow Town Hall
- Overview Map Street View Jarrow Town Hall and municipal buildings on Grange Road were built in 1902. The red brick, baroque-style building was designed by Fred Rennoldson of South Shields. ...
Discovery Museum, Newcastle
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Discovery Museum, Newcastle
- Overview About the Museum Map Street View A 'hands-on' museum managed by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums on behalf of Newcastle City Council. Blandford Square, Newcastle. The museum was ...
The Mill, Waren Mill
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The Mill, Waren Mill
- Overview Map Street View The corn mill and miller's house in Waren Mill is located by Waren Burn on the edge of Budle Bay. A water-powered corn mill is documented at Waren ...
The Ducket, Outchester Farm
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The Ducket, Outchester Farm
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War Memorial, Whitburn
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War Memorial, Whitburn
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Whitburn Parish Church
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Whitburn Parish Church
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Crinkledikes Lime Kiln
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Crinkledikes Lime Kiln
Lime Kilns, Beadnell
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Lime Kilns, Beadnell
- Overview Map Street View To the east of Beadnell harbour are 3 lime kilns, the earliest of which was built in 1789. Limestone was burnt in lime kilns to make ...
Church of St Ebba, Beadnell
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Church of St Ebba, Beadnell
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Beadnell Tower Hotel
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Beadnell Tower Hotel
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Beadnell Harbour
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Beadnell Harbour
- Overview Map Street View Beadnell Harbour is located to the south of Beadnell in Northumberland. The present harbour was built in the 18th century and was extended 1798 for John ...
Fleetham Bridge
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Fleetham Bridge
- The stone single arched bridge over the Long Nanny at West Freetham, near Beadnell, was built in the early 19th century. The bridge is Grade II listed. 
Spanish City
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Spanish City
- Overview About Map Street View In c.1904 Charles Elderton, of Hebburn Theatre Royal, started bringing the "Toreadors" concert party to perform at Whitley Bay. Following repeated success, he established a ...
Lime Kilns, Seahouses
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Lime Kilns, Seahouses
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Lime Kilns, Ferryhill Station
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Lime Kilns, Ferryhill Station
Lime Kilns, nr Frosterlry
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Lime Kilns, nr Frosterlry
Lime Kilns, Bollihope Quarry
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Lime Kilns, Bollihope Quarry
War Memorial, Cleadon
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War Memorial, Cleadon
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Church of the Holy Saviour, Tynemouth
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Church of the Holy Saviour, Tynemouth
- Overview Map Street View Holy Saviour's Church on The Broadway/Crossway in Tynemouth was built 1839 to 1841 by John Green and Benjamin Green for the Duke of Northumberland. The parish ...
Church of St Cuthbert, Corsenside
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Church of St Cuthbert, Corsenside
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Engine House, Ridsdale Iron Works
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Engine House, Ridsdale Iron Works
- Overview Map Street View The remains of Ridsdale Iron Works are to the north of Ridsdale in Northumberland. Established in 1836, the works consisted of 3 furnaces, an engine house, coke ...
Corsenside (farm house)
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Corsenside (farm house)
- Overview Map Street View The stone house at Corsenside is dated 1686 above the door, with later alterations and extensions. The building forms part of the farmstead, which along with the ...
Church of All Saints, West Woodburn
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Church of All Saints, West Woodburn
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Simonburn Castle
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Simonburn Castle
- Ruins of a 13th century tower house near Sumonburn in Northumberland.
Lych Gate to St Mungo's Church, Simonburn
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Lych Gate to St Mungo's Church, Simonburn
- Overview Map Street View Inscribed: "To the Glory of God In memory of Lancelot John Hunter Allgood of Nunwick Esq. This gate is erected by his Kindred, Friends and Tenants ...
Rectory, Simonburn
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Rectory, Simonburn
War Memorial, Simonburn
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War Memorial, Simonburn
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Church of St Mary Magdalen, Seaham
- Overview Map Street View The Roman Catholic Church of St Mary Magdalen is located on Harbour Walk in Seaham. There was an influx of Irish immigrants in the 19th century, many ...
War Memorial, Seaham
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War Memorial, Seaham
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial at Seaham is located on Terrace Green, by the sea front. The memorial is a Celtic cross designed by Mr TA Lawson and ...
Seaham Hall
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Seaham Hall
- Overview Map Street View Seaham Hall was a large country house built 1791-1792 for Sir Ralph and Lady Judith Milbanke. The poet Lord Byron first visited Seaham Hall in 1814 ...
Fisherman's Cottage, St Mary's Island
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Fisherman's Cottage, St Mary's Island
Church of St John the Evangelist, Seaham
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Church of St John the Evangelist, Seaham
- Blanford Place, Seaham.
War Memorial, Seaham Town Park
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War Memorial, Seaham Town Park
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Village Cross, Ryton
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Village Cross, Ryton
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Half Moon Chambers, Bigg Market
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Half Moon Chambers, Bigg Market
- Overview Map Street View The Half Moon Chambers are located in the Bigg Market in Newcastle. Inscribed above the doors: "BUILT AD 1550 / REBUILT AD 1905". The Half Moon ...
Statue of Joseph Cowen, Westgate Road
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Statue of Joseph Cowen, Westgate Road
- Overview Map Street View There is a bronze statue of Joseph Cowen (1829-1900) by John Tweed, located by the junction of Westgate Road and Fenkle Street, outside Cross House, in ...
45 Northumberland Street, Newcastle
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45 Northumberland Street, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View No. 45 Northumberland Street in Newcastle was built in c.1900. It was Inman's Stores Ltd, later Boots the Chemist, and now Samsung. The building has life-size ...
Sunlight Chambers, Bigg Market
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Sunlight Chambers, Bigg Market
- Overview Map Street View Sunlight Chambers in the Bigg Market, Newcastle, were built as offices in 1901-1902 by W. and S. Owen for Lever Bros.[1] The Modified Baroque style building ...
Beehive Hotel, Cloth Market
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Beehive Hotel, Cloth Market
Old George Inn, Cloth Market
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Old George Inn, Cloth Market
- Overview Map Street View A public house located on Old George Yard, just off the Cloth Market, in Newcastle. Charles I was reportedly allowed to drink in this pub in 1646, ...
Balmbra's, Cloth Market
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Balmbra's, Cloth Market
- Overview About Balmbra's Music Hall Map Street View Balmbra's, No 6., the Cloth Market, Newcastle, was built 1902 by A. Stockwell, as a public house and billiard hall, originally called ...
Church of St James, Thorpe Thewles
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Church of St James, Thorpe Thewles
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The Hamilton Russell, Thorpe Thewles
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The Hamilton Russell, Thorpe Thewles
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Vane Arms, Thorpe Thewles
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Vane Arms, Thorpe Thewles
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Lych Gate to Church of St. Michael, Low Warden
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Lych Gate to Church of St. Michael, Low Warden
Church of St James, Castle Eden
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Church of St James, Castle Eden
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War Memorial, Cockfield
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War Memorial, Cockfield
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial in Cockfield, County Durham, was unveiled on the 7th October 1922, by Mr WH Hustler, chairman of the North Bitchburn Coal Company (then ...
Gaunless Lead Mill, Copley
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Gaunless Lead Mill, Copley
- The lead smelting mill chimney is a Grade II listed building.
Church of St John the Evangelist, Lynesack
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Church of St John the Evangelist, Lynesack
- Overview Map Street View St John's is a parish church, located on a sideroad off Grewburn Lane in Lynesack, near Butterknowle, in County Durham. The church was built in 1847.[1] Charles ...
Tuggal Hall
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Tuggal Hall
- Overview Map Street View Tuggal Hall is a large country house located in Tughall, near Beadnell, in Northumberland. The house dates from the 17th/early 18th century and is a Grade ...
Preston Tower House
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Preston Tower House
Ice House, Wallington
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Ice House, Wallington
Ice House, Bankhill, Berwick
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Ice House, Bankhill, Berwick
- Overview Map Street View The ice house on Bank Hill in Berwick-upon-Tweed was constructed c1796 to supply ice for the salmon trade. Shipping fresh salmon in ice was more profitable ...
Crimdon House Farm
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Crimdon House Farm
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Railway Viaduct over Skelton Beck
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Railway Viaduct over Skelton Beck
- A large 11 arched railway viaduct over Skelton Beck was built between 1865 to 1872 by the North Eastern Railway Company to serve the Skinningrove limestone mines.[1] Authorisation for the ...
Waterfall Viaduct, nr Guisborough
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Waterfall Viaduct, nr Guisborough
- Overview Map The stone viaduct over Waterfall Beck and Spa Woods near Fancy Bank (A171), east of Guisborough, was constructed between 1858 and 1862 as part of the former Cleveland ...
Church of St. Margaret of Antioch, Brotton
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Church of St. Margaret of Antioch, Brotton
Church of St Stephen, Low Elswick
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Church of St Stephen, Low Elswick
- Overview About St Stephen's Church Map Street View St Stephen's Church on Brunel Terrace in Low Elswick was designed by R J Johnson and the building was completed in 1868.[1] The ...
Lime Kiln, nr Moor Cottage, Haltwhistle
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Lime Kiln, nr Moor Cottage, Haltwhistle
War Memorial, Knarsdale
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War Memorial, Knarsdale
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Church of the Holy Paraclete, Kirkhaugh
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Church of the Holy Paraclete, Kirkhaugh
Church of St Andrew, Shotley Low Quarter
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Church of St Andrew, Shotley Low Quarter
Church of St Cuthbert, Amble
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Church of St Cuthbert, Amble
War Memorial for Radcliffe at Amble
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War Memorial for Radcliffe at Amble
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial was dedicated to the men of Radcliffe in Northumberland who lost their lives in the First World War. It was later also dedicated ...
War Memorial, Amble
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War Memorial, Amble
- Overview Map Street View The Clock Tower War Memorial in Amble was designed by Will Burton and unveiled on th 9th May 1925, in dedication to the men of amble ...
Duddo Tower
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Duddo Tower
- Overview About Duddo Tower Map Street View The ruined tower near Duddo in Northumberland, is a former strong house built in the late 16th century. The south-west corner and parts ...
Former Church of St James, Duddo
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Former Church of St James, Duddo
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Former Church of All Saints, Duddo
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Former Church of All Saints, Duddo
- Overview Map Street View The former Parish Church of Duddo is located approximately half a mile north-west of the village. It was built in 1879 by F.R. Wilson of Alnwick.[1] The ...
Warenford Bridge
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Warenford Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over Waren Burn at Warenford in Northumberland was built in the late 18th or early 19th century and is Grade II listed.[1] The ...
Twizel Viaduct
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Twizel Viaduct
- Twizel Viaduct was built between 1846 and 1849 by the Newcastle & Berwick Railway, to carry the Tweedmouth to Kelso railway branch line over the River Till at Twizell in ...
Twizell North Lodge
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Twizell North Lodge
- Overview Map Street View Lodge by the north entrance to the estate of the Twizell House. Built in the mid 19th century, the lodge is a Grade II listed building. ...
Church of All Hallows, Henshaw, Northumberland
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Church of All Hallows, Henshaw, Northumberland
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Tow House Bastle
- There is a 16th century bastle (fortified tower house) in Tow House, near Henshaw, built at a time of hostilities with Scotland and frequent border raids. The building has altered ...
Windmill at Bamburgh Castle
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Windmill at Bamburgh Castle
- The windmill at the north end of Bamburgh Castle was built in the mid 18th century and is a Grade II listed building.
Gate Piers, Eshott Hall
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Gate Piers, Eshott Hall
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Eshott Hall
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Church of St Bartholomew, Sunderland Bridge
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Church of St Bartholomew, Sunderland Bridge
- Overview Map Street View St Bartholomew's is the parish church in Sunderland Bridge, County Durham. The church was built 1843-1846 by George Pickering. St Bartholomew's Church is a Grade II listed ...
The Hermitage, Sunderland Bridge
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The Hermitage, Sunderland Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The 'Hermitage' is a large mid 17th century house, with c1930 alterations and additions. The Hermitage is a Grade II listed building.
Knar Burn Railway Viaduct
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Knar Burn Railway Viaduct
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Slaggyford Station
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Slaggyford Station
- Slaggyford Station was on the Alston to Haltwhistle branch of the Newcastle & Carslile Railway, which opened on the 17th November 1852. The station at Slaggyford was the first stopping ...
Church of St Peter, Scremerston
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Church of St Peter, Scremerston
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War Memorial, Scremerston
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War Memorial, Scremerston
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Grave of Emily Davison, St Mary's, Morpeth
- The grave of Emily Davison is located in the churchyard of St Mary's Church in Morpeth. Davison was buried in the family plot in the church following her death in ...
Pumping Engine House, Scremerston Colliery
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Pumping Engine House, Scremerston Colliery
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Winding Engine House, Scremerston Colliery
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Winding Engine House, Scremerston Colliery
Milepost near Scremerston Old Colliery
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Milepost near Scremerston Old Colliery
War Memorial, Haswell
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War Memorial, Haswell
War Memorial, Ludworth
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War Memorial, Ludworth
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Ludworth Tower
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Ludworth Tower
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Lime Kilns, Fulwell
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Lime Kilns, Fulwell
- Overview Map Street View There are a distinctive bank of 8 lime kilns off Newcastle Road in Fulwell, Sunderland. The kilns were built for Sir Hedworth Williamson in the 18th ...
Tees Newport Bridge
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Tees Newport Bridge
- Overview History Map Street View The Tees Newport Bridge was the first large vertical lift bridge in Europe, and opened by Prince Albert (later King George VI) on 28 February, ...
Butter Stone, nr Lartington
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Butter Stone, nr Lartington
- Overview Map Street View Butter Stone is a prominent boulder located on the moors near Lartington and Cotherstone. It was used during the 1663-5 plague as a place where villagers ...
War Memorial, Backworth
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War Memorial, Backworth
Lune Railway Viaduct
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Lune Railway Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View Disused railway viaduct over the River Lune, built in 1868 for the Tees Valley Railway Company. The viaduct is Grade II listed.
Church of St Mary, Middleton-in-Teesdale
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Church of St Mary, Middleton-in-Teesdale
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St Mary in Middleton-in-Teesdale was built in 1878 by C. Hodgson Fowler, on the site of a 13th century church.[1] The church has an ...
Church of Holy Trinity, Eggleston
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Church of Holy Trinity, Eggleston
- Overview Map Street View "Originally Services were held in a small old chapel in the grounds of Eggleston Hall, (it was classed as a Chapel of Ease of St Mary's ...
Church of St Bartholomew, Longbenton
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Church of St Bartholomew, Longbenton
- Overview About the Church Map Street View   St Bartholomew's Church, Long Benton is the Anglican parish church of Long Benton, Northumberland. It is built in the Gothic Revival Style. ...
War Memorial, Pelton Fell
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War Memorial, Pelton Fell
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Church of St Mary, Heworth
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Church of St Mary, Heworth
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's is the Anglican parish church for Heworth, Pelaw, Bill Quay and Wardley, to the east of Gateshead, located on Shields Road, near Heworth Metro.[1] The ...
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War Memorial, Riding Mill
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial stands at the southern end of the cemetery in Riding Hill, Northumberland. The memorial, unveiled on the 21st May 1921, commemorates the 14 ...
Haggerston Dovecote
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Haggerston Dovecote
- Overview Map Street View This round stone dovecote is located a quarter mile west of Haggerston Castle in Northumberland. It is thought to have been originally been built as a ...
Bridge Mill, Haggerston
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Bridge Mill, Haggerston
- Overview Map Street View Bridge Mill is a former water mill located by Allerdalemill Burn, just north-west of Haggerston, and about a mile and a half south-east of Ancroft. The ...
Bewick Bridge
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Bewick Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone road bridge near Old Bewick in Northumberland was built in the early 19th century, or possibly earlier. There is also a small hamlet by ...
Wooperton Hall
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Wooperton Hall
- Overview Map Street View Wooperton House was built in c.1840 and is located in the hamlet of Wooperton in Northumberland, located about 5 miles south of Wooler. Sometimes also referred to ...
Gateway to Stable Block of Roddam Hall
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Gateway to Stable Block of Roddam Hall
Roddam Hall
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Roddam Hall
- Overview Roddam Hall Map Street View   Roddam Hall is a privately owned 18th-century country house near Wooler, Northumberland. It is a Grade II listed building. The Roddams, an ancient ...
Church of St Nicholas, West Kyloe
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Church of St Nicholas, West Kyloe
- It replaced an earlier Norman church.
Dovecote, Buckton
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Dovecote, Buckton
- Overview Map Street View To the north of Buckton in Northumberland are the well remains of a late medieval/early post-medieval dovecote, which was first documented in 1626.[1] The dovecote has ...
Dovecote, Beal
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Dovecote, Beal
Church of St Paul, West Pelton
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Church of St Paul, West Pelton
- Overview Map Street View St Paul's is a parish church, located on St Paul's Terrace in West Pelton, County Durham. The church was built in 1879 by Austin, Johnson and ...
Church of St Matthew, Newbottle
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Church of St Matthew, Newbottle
Newbottle Working Mens' Club
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Newbottle Working Mens' Club
War Memorial, Wall
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War Memorial, Wall
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Church of St George, Wall
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Church of St George, Wall
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Urpeth Hall
- Overview Map Street View Urpeth Hall in High Urpeth was built in the mid 18th century, with the addition of flanking and rear wings in the late 19th century. The ...
War Memorial, Tow Law
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War Memorial, Tow Law
- Overview Map Street View "Erected by the inhabitants of Tow Law, Thornley, Sunniside, Hedley Hope, East Hedley Hope and Satley to the sacred memory of those gallant men who, at ...
Church of St. Bartholomew, Thornley, nr Wolsingham
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Church of St. Bartholomew, Thornley, nr Wolsingham
- Overview Map Street View St. Bartholomew's is the Parish church in Thornley, near Wolsingham. The church was built c.1840 and the tower added in 1891. The church is a Grade II listed ...
Church of St Philip and St James, Tow Law
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Church of St Philip and St James, Tow Law
Church of St. Cuthbert, Satley
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Church of St. Cuthbert, Satley
Church of St Andrew, Stanley
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Church of St Andrew, Stanley
- Overview Map Street View St Andrew's Church is located on Church Bank / Joicey Gardens in Stanley, County Durham. The church was built 1876 - 1877, and designed by J. ...
Christ Church, Stanley
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Christ Church, Stanley
- Overview Map Street View Christ Church is located on Church Bank / Station Road in Stanley, County Durham. It was built in 1895, originally as a Presbyterian Church, now United ...
Church of St Thomas, Stanley Crook
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Church of St Thomas, Stanley Crook
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War Memorial, Stanley Crook
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War Memorial, Middridge
- Overview Map Street View "In grateful memory of the / men from this district who fell / in the Great War 1914-1918" “Their bodies are buried in peace / but ...
Old Primitive Methodist Chapel, Lanehead
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Old Primitive Methodist Chapel, Lanehead
- Overview Map Street View There is a former Primitive Methodist chapel on School Hill in Lanehead, now converted into a house. The church was built in 1858, and replaced a ...
War Memorial, Cowshill
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War Memorial, Cowshill
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial at Cowshill in Upper Weardale was unveiled on the 27th of May 1922, by Lt-Col KJW Leather, of the 20th Battalion Durham Light ...
Heatherycleugh Bridge
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Heatherycleugh Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Heatherycleugh Bridge carries School Hill road (part of the A689) over the steep valley of the Heathery Cleugh (a stream), shortly before it flow into Killhope ...
Bridge End, Cowshill
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Bridge End, Cowshill
- Overview Map Bridge End Cottage in Cowshill, is located by a footbridge over Killhope Burn and immediately south of the flooded Copthill Quarry. The cottage is notable for being a ...
Church of St John the Baptist, Stillington
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Church of St John the Baptist, Stillington
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Fever Hospital, Bath Lane, Newcastle
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Fever Hospital, Bath Lane, Newcastle
- "Fever hospital 1804. Opened for the prevention and cure of contagious fever and was in use as such until 1888. The public raised £1165 towards the £1505 cost of the ...
Church of St Cuthbert, Hebron
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Church of St Cuthbert, Hebron
- Overview Map Street View St Cuthbert's Church in Hebron in Northumberland is thought to dates from the 12th century. The church is set back from the road amongst trees and surrounded ...
The Blue Bell, Pallinsburn
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The Blue Bell, Pallinsburn
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War Memorial, Morpeth
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War Memorial, Morpeth
- Overview Map Street View The Cenotaph in Morpeth is located off Castle Bank. The memorial was designed by C. Franklin Murphy and unveiled by Lord Joicey on the 1st of ...
Church of St Andrew, Spennymoor
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Church of St Andrew, Spennymoor
- Overview Map Street View St. Andrew's Church is the parish church of Tudhoe Grange, and is located close to Spennymoor town centre. The church was built 1883-4 and is a ...
Church of St Paul, Spennymoor
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Church of St Paul, Spennymoor
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War Memorial, Spennymoor
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War Memorial, Spennymoor
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Spennymoor is located on Cheapside. It was built by E.C. Kenmir for Spennymoor Urban District Council on a site donated by Weardale ...
Whitworth Parish Church
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Whitworth Parish Church
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Rose Arbour, Whitworth Hall
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Rose Arbour, Whitworth Hall
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Church of St Hild and St Helen, Seaham
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Church of St. Nicholas, Durham
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Church of St. Nicholas, Durham
War Memorial, Houghton-le-Spring
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War Memorial, Houghton-le-Spring
War Memorial, Shiney Row
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War Memorial, Shiney Row
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Church of St Mary, South Hylton
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Church of St Mary, South Hylton
Golden Lion, South Hylton
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Golden Lion, South Hylton
Village Cross, Holy Island
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Village Cross, Holy Island
Medieval Cross Base, Church of St Mary, Holy Island
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Medieval Cross Base, Church of St Mary, Holy Island
The Ship, Public House, Holy Island
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The Ship, Public House, Holy Island
- An 18th century inn on Holy Island. Formerly the Northumberland Arms, it was renamed "The Ship", after renovations in 1995. The Ship is a Grade II Listed building.
War Memorial, Easington Lane
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War Memorial, Easington Lane
- Overview Map Street View The clock tower war memorial in Easington Lane was unveiled by Lord Joicey on the 27th August 1921, in honour of the men of Easington Lane ...
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Sledwhich Hall
- Sledwich Hall is a large manor house located about half a mile west of Whorlton in County Durham. The Hall dates from the late 16th century, with restoration work done ...
Jarrow Hall
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Jarrow Hall
- Jarrow Hall was built in 1785 for Simon Temple, a local mining and ship building industrialist. The Hall is now a museum, and part of Jarrow Hall - Anglo Saxon Farm, ...
Christ Church, Jarrow
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Christ Church, Jarrow
Cenotaph, Jarrow
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Cenotaph, Jarrow
Charles Palmer Statue, Jarrow
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Charles Palmer Statue, Jarrow
- The statue was designed by Albert Arthur Toft and unveiled in 1903 by Lady Palmer. The statue pays tribute to Sir Charles Mark Palmer, the first Mayor of Jarrow, and ...
War Memorial, Monkton
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War Memorial, Monkton
Obelisk base, near Delaval Hall
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Obelisk base, near Delaval Hall
- The remains of an obelisk are located near Seaton Delaval Hall, on The Avenue, east of road to New Hartley. The obelisk reputedly marks the spot where Admiral George Delaval ...
War Memorial, Seaton Delaval
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War Memorial, Seaton Delaval
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Seaton Delaval was unveiled on the 2nd of September 1922 by Mr. John Charlton, Headmaster of Schools in Seaton Delaval, dedicated by ...
Obelisk, south-west of Delaval Hall
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Obelisk, south-west of Delaval Hall
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Mausoleum, Seaton Delaval Hall
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Mausoleum, Seaton Delaval Hall
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Statue of Samson Slaying a Philistine, Seaton Delaval Hall
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Statue of Samson Slaying a Philistine, Seaton Delaval Hall
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United Reformed Church, Great Bavington
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United Reformed Church, Great Bavington
Railway Viaduct over Poltross Burn
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Railway Viaduct over Poltross Burn
Former Station, Gilsland
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Former Station, Gilsland
Burradon Hall
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Burradon Hall
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Medieval Cross, North Charlton
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Medieval Cross, North Charlton
War Memorial, South Charlton
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War Memorial, South Charlton
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Church of St James, South Charlton
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Church of St James, South Charlton
Lych Gate, Church of St Michael, Ingram
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Lych Gate, Church of St Michael, Ingram
Old Rectory, Ingram
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Old Rectory, Ingram
The Plough, Powburn
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The Plough, Powburn
Church of St Luke, Greystead
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Church of St Luke, Greystead
Church of St Aiden, Thorneyburn
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Church of St Aiden, Thorneyburn
Dovecote nr Thorneburn
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Dovecote nr Thorneburn
Redheugh Farmhouse, nr Thorneyburn
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Redheugh Farmhouse, nr Thorneyburn
- A 16/17th century bastle house, later remodelled in 1732, for William Charlton. Redheugh Farmhouse is a Grade II listed building. 
South Bastle, Gatehouse
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South Bastle, Gatehouse
Bridge over Tarset Burn, Lanehead
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Bridge over Tarset Burn, Lanehead
Watch House, St Mary And St Michael's Churchyard
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Watch House, St Mary And St Michael's Churchyard
Dod Well, Doddington
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Dod Well, Doddington
Bridge over the River Till, Doddington
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Bridge over the River Till, Doddington
St Mungo's Well, Holystone
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St Mungo's Well, Holystone
War Memorial, Birtley, Northumberland
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War Memorial, Birtley, Northumberland
Manor House, Birtley, Northumberland
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Manor House, Birtley, Northumberland
Church of St Helen, Whitley Chapel
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Church of St Helen, Whitley Chapel
- Overview Map St Helen’s Church in Whitley Chapel was built in 1742 on the site of an earlier Medieval building. Abraham Brown, at that time the Master of the Grammar ...
Mollersteads
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Mollersteads
- Overview Map Street View Mollersteads is a farm / hamlet by Rowley Burn, to the east of Whitley Mill and about half a mile north of Whitley Chapel, in Hexhamshire, Northumberland. ...
Black Hall, near Juniper
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Black Hall, near Juniper
Church of St John, Healey
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Church of St John, Healey
Minsteracres Monastery
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Minsteracres Monastery
- Minsteracres was a large county house built for the Silvertop family in 1758, now a monastery / retreat centre. The building has been extended a number of times, including the ...
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Chapel of St Elizabeth of Hungary, Minsteracres
North Eastern Entrance to Minsteracres
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North Eastern Entrance to Minsteracres
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Healey Hall, Northumberland
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Healey Hall, Northumberland
- Overview Map / Aerial View Healey Hall is located by Healey Burn, about half a mile south of the village of Healey in Northumberland. Healey Hall was built by Robert ...
Healey Mill, Northumberland
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Healey Mill, Northumberland
Old Vicarage, Healey
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Old Vicarage, Healey
- The Vicarage in Healey, Northumberland, was built in 1877, by Ewan Christian, at a cost of £2571 16s lOd.[1] The vicarage is a Grade II listed building.
Fotherley Buildings, Healey, Northumberland
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Fotherley Buildings, Healey, Northumberland
- Overview Map Street View Fotherley Buildings farmhouse, in the Parish of Healey, Northumberland, was built in the 18th century and is a Grade II listed building.[1] The farm buildings to ...
Hill Top Farm, Healey, Northumberland
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Hill Top Farm, Healey, Northumberland
Shepherd's Dene, Riding Mill
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Shepherd's Dene, Riding Mill
- Overview Map Street View Shepherd's Dene is a house, now a retreat/conference centre, located by Ridingmill Burn, about half a mile east of Riding Mill. The house was built in ...
Bandstand, Exhibition Park, Newcastle
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Bandstand, Exhibition Park, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View The octagonal bandstand in Exhibition Park, Newcastle, was built c.1875. The bandstand was renovated as part of a wider restoration scheme for Exhibition Park in 2015. ...
Wylam Brewery (Palace of Arts), Exhibition Park, Newcastle
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Wylam Brewery (Palace of Arts), Exhibition Park, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View The Wylam Brewery micro-brewery and events space in Exhibition Park, Newcastle, opened on the 27th May 2016.[1] It is located in the Palace of Arts building, ...
Bede Memorial Cross, Roker
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Bede Memorial Cross, Roker
- Overview Map Street View The Bede Memorial Cross is located at the seafront in Cliff Park, Roker. It was built in 1904 by GW Millburn and CC Hodges, and dedicated ...
Lych Gate, St Andrew's Roker
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Lych Gate, St Andrew's Roker
Church of St Paul, Ryhope
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Church of St Paul, Ryhope
- Overview Map Street View St Paul's in the parish church of Ryhope. The church was built 1868 -1873, and is a Grade II listed building.
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Rent Office, Ryhope
- Overview Map Street View This building on The Village, in Ryhope, was originally built in 1826 as a chapel of ease to Church of St Michael in Bishopwearmouth (now Sunderland ...
War Memorial, Ryhope
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War Memorial, Ryhope
- Overview Map Street View War memorial, located at the west end of the village green in Ryton. The memorial was unveiled in October 1924, by Colonel T.G. Taylor of Kelso, ...
Railway Inn, Ryhope
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Railway Inn, Ryhope
- Overview Map Street View There are several public houses in Ryhope - the Railway Inn, on Robson Place, is notable as a Grade II listed building. It was built in ...
Langham Tower, Sunderland
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Langham Tower, Sunderland
- Overview Map Street View Langham Tower is a large Victorian mansion, located on the corner of Ryhope Road and Mombray Road in the Ashbrooke suburb of Sunderland. The mansion was built 1889-1891 ...
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Charlton House, Sunderland
- Overview Map Street View Charlton House, No. 2 Mowbray Road, Sunderland (formerly known as Nicholson House) was built in 1850 by John and Benjamin Green. The mansion was built for ...
Old Pant, Longframlington
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Old Pant, Longframlington
- This distinctive water pant with a stone lion is located at the junction of Front Street and Church Street in Longframlington, Northumberland. It was built in 1911 to commemorate the ...
Dunston Staiths
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Dunston Staiths
- Overview About Dunston Staiths Timeline Map Street View "Dunston Staiths on the River Tyne is believed to be the largest timber structure in Europe, at its height, 5.5m tonnes of ...
Hawthorn Dene Viaduct
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Hawthorn Dene Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View The railway viaduct over Hawthorn Dene was built in 1905 for the North-Eastern Railway Company. The viaduct is located near the coast at the mouth of ...
Croxdale Wood House
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Croxdale Wood House
- Overview Map Croxdale Wood House is an 18th century farmhouse located by Croxdale Woods, about a mile north-east of Sunderland Bridge and Croxdale. It was extended in the mid 19th ...
Bridge over Croxdale Beck
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Bridge over Croxdale Beck
- Overview Map A stone single-track road bridge over Croxdale Beck, built c.1760 by Christopher Ebdon.[1] It is located just north of Sunderland Bridge, near Croxdale Hall. The bridge was built ...
Tursdale House Farm
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Tursdale House Farm
- Overview Map Tursdale House, was the manor house of the medieval village of Tursdale in the 12th century.[1] The current building at Tursdale House Farm dates from the 17th century, with ...
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War Memorial, Craghead
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial in Craghead is located off Edward Street. The statue of an angel was unveiled on the 11th November 1922 by R.W. Cooper, Managing ...
Lodge by Dalton Pumping Station
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Lodge by Dalton Pumping Station
- Overview Map Street View The late 19th century lodge at the entrance to Dalton Pumping Station on Stockton Road in Cold Helsdon is a Grade II listed building.[1]
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Dalton Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The single arch limestone bridge over Dalden Dene at Dalton-le-Dale is dated 1789. The bridge is Grade II listed.[1] It is reputed that Oliver Cromwell crossed ...
Church of St Cuthbert, Shadforth
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Church of St Cuthbert, Shadforth
- Overview Map Street View St Cuthbert’s is the parish church in Shadforth, County Durham. It was built between 1834 and 1840 by Thomas and George Jackson (Thomas sadly died just ...
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War Memorial, Sherburn Hill
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Church of St Mary, Sherburn Village
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Church of St Mary, Sherburn Village
- Overview Map Street View Church of St Mary The Virgin, Sherburn Village, County Durham
Church of St James and St. Basil, Fenham
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Church of St James and St. Basil, Fenham
- Overview Map Street View St James' and St. Basil's Church in Fenham, Newcastle was built 1927-1931. It is located on the corner of Fenham Hall Road and Wingrove Road North. ...
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Vane Tempest Hall, Gilesgate
- Overview Map Vane Tempest Hall, now a community centre of the Gilesgate Community and Welfare Association, is located in Gilesgate, Durham. It was originally built in 1863 as a militia ...
Old Railway Station, Gilesgate
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Old Railway Station, Gilesgate
- Overview Map Street View The Travelodge hotel and Sambuca restaurant on Station Lane, Gilesgate, was the former railway station for Durham. The station was built in 1844 by G.T. Andrews ...
Eltringham Farmhouse
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Eltringham Farmhouse
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Eltringham House
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Eltringham House
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Church of St Maurice, Ellingham
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Church of St Maurice, Ellingham
- Overview Map Street View St Maurice's Church is the parish church of Ellingham in Northumberland. The present church is located to the south-east of the village, on the site of ...
Hazon House
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Hazon House
Haltwhistle Tyne Bridge
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Haltwhistle Tyne Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The pedestrian bridge (a former road bridge) over the River South Tyne at Haltwhistle was built in 1875. It was constructed with wrought-iron arches and cast-iron ...
War Memorial, Haltwhistle
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War Memorial, Haltwhistle
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial in Haltwhistle is located off Westgate, in a garden to the south of the new Haltwhistle Memorial Hospital. The 6 m tall stone ...
Alston Arches Viaduct, Haltwhistle
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Alston Arches Viaduct, Haltwhistle
- Overview Map Street View Alston Arches Viaduct is a disused railway viaduct over the River South Tyne at Haltwhistle. It was built in 1852 by Sir George Barclay Bruce for ...
Old Water Tank Building, Haltwhistle Station
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Old Water Tank Building, Haltwhistle Station
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RC Church of St Charles, Tudhoe
- Overview Map Street View The Roman Catholic parish church of St Charles in Tudhoe was built in 1870 by J.A. Hansom & Son.[1] The church tower was added in 1882. ...
The Grey Horse, Shildon
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The Grey Horse, Shildon
War Memorial, Shildon
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War Memorial, Shildon
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Shildon is located on Church Street, by the entrance to St John's Church. The memorial is a statue of a soldier crouching, ...
Church of St John, Shildon
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Church of St John, Shildon
- Overview Map Street View St John's is the parish church in Shildon. It was originally built 1833 - 1834 by Anthony Salvin. The church was largely rebuilt and extended in ...
Monument to Timothy Hackworth, Shildon
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Monument to Timothy Hackworth, Shildon
Coal drops, Shildon
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Coal drops, Shildon
Emmanuel Church, Saltburn
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Emmanuel Church, Saltburn
- Overview Map Street View Emmanuel Church is the parish church of Saltburn by the Sea, located on the corner of Windsor Road and Upleatham Road. The church was built 1867-1869 ...
Parson's Tower, Ford
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Parson's Tower, Ford
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Willington Dene Viaduct
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Willington Dene Viaduct
- Overview Map Street View Willington Dene Viaduct is a railway bridge over the valley of Wallsend Burn near Willington and Wallsend. It was built between 1837-1839 by John and Benjamin Green ...
Crawford's Bridge, Ouseburn Valley
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Crawford's Bridge, Ouseburn Valley
- Overview Map Street View Crawford's bridge is a small segmental arch stone bridge over the Ouseburn built in the early to mid-18th century. It is the oldest of the surviving ...
The Cluny, Ouseburn
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The Cluny, Ouseburn
- Overview Map Street View The Cluny is a live music venue and cafe at 36 Line Street, Ouseburn, Newcastle. It was originally built as a flax mill in 1848, designed ...
Sailors Bethel, Horatio Street
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Sailors Bethel, Horatio Street
- Overview Map Street View This former seamen's non-conformist chapel was built in 1875 by Thomas Oliver. It is located on Horatio Street, by the junction with City Road in Newcastle. ...
Memorial to W.L. Blenkinsopp Coulson, Newcastle
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Memorial to W.L. Blenkinsopp Coulson, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View The memorial fountain and statue of Colonel William Lisle Blenkinsop Coulson (1841 – 1911) is located on Horatio Street in Newcastle. It was originally located by the ...
Church of St Nicholas, Cramlington
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Church of St Nicholas, Cramlington
- Overview Map Street View St Nicholas' is the parish church of Cramlington.It was built in 1868 by Austin and Johnson, adapted from earlier design by John Dobson.[1] The church is ...
Shoreswood Hall
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Shoreswood Hall
- Overview Map Street View Shoreswood Hall was built in the early 18th century. It is a Gtade II listed building.
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Former Grand Assembly Rooms, Newcastle University
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King George VI Building, Newcastle University
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King George VI Building, Newcastle University
- Overview Map Street View The King George VI Building at Newcastle University was built 1936-1939, designed by P. Clive Newcombe and largely paid for by Sir Arthur Munro Sutherland. The ...
Students' Union Building, Newcastle University
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Students' Union Building, Newcastle University
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Bruce Building, Percy Street, Newcastle
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Bruce Building, Percy Street, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View The Bruce Building at no. 115 Percy Street, Newcastle, was built 1896-1900 Joseph Oswald, as offices for Newcastle Breweries.[1] It was part of a larger brewery complex at ...
Cattle Market, Newcastle
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Cattle Market, Newcastle
- "Sheep and cattle markets were first held here on 27th July 1830. Before, and even after that time, Newcastle butchers bought their cattle at Morpeth Market. Newcastle's cattle market soon ...
Armstrong Memorial, Barras Bridge
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Armstrong Memorial, Barras Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The life-size statue of Lord Armstrong is located outside the Great North Museum: Hancock, by the junction of Barras Bridge and Claremont Road. The statue, by ...
Northern Goldsmiths, Blackett Street, Newcastle
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Northern Goldsmiths, Blackett Street, Newcastle
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Eldon Buildings, Blackett Street
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Eldon Buildings, Blackett Street
- Overview Map Street View The Eldon Buildings is a curved corner building on the junction of Blackett Street and Grey Street in Newcastle. It was originally built as a hotel ...
Northern Goldsmiths, Westgate Road, Newcastle
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Northern Goldsmiths, Westgate Road, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View Nos. 85 to 89, Westgate Road in Newcastle, is a former Northern Goldsmith's shop, warehouse and office, built c1910 in Baroque Revival style. It is located ...
RC Church of St Peter, South Bank, Middlesbrough
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RC Church of St Peter, South Bank, Middlesbrough
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St Peter is a Roman Catholic church, in South Bank, Middlesbrough, built 1903 - 1905 by Lowther of Hull.[1] The present church on ...
Palmstrother Bridge, Hulne Park
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Palmstrother Bridge, Hulne Park
- Palmstrother Bridge in Hulne Park is a late 18th century stone bridge over Shipley Burn, just before its confluence with the River Aln. It is close to East Brizlee Bridge. Palmstrother Bridge ...
Lady's Bridge, Eslington Park
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Lady's Bridge, Eslington Park
Wandylaw Farmhouse
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Wandylaw Farmhouse
- Overview Map Street View The famhouse at Wandylaw Farm was built in the late 18th century and is a Grade II listed building.[1]
Fenham Farmhouse
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Fenham Farmhouse
- Overview Map Street View The house at Fenham Farm was built 1820 - 1830, and is a Grade II listed building. The farm in Fenham, Northumberland, provides bed and breakfast ...
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Guyzance Hall
- Overview Map Guyzance Hall is located by the River Coquet, to the south-east of the village of Guyzance in Northumberland. In 1892, J.D. Milburn, who was an industrial entrepreneur and ship ...
Guyzance Mill
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Guyzance Mill
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Factory Bridge over River Coquet
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Factory Bridge over River Coquet
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Dam on the River Coquet
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Dam on the River Coquet
Rothbury Bridge
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Rothbury Bridge
- Overview Map The road bridge over the River Coquet at Rothbury was originally built in 1460. The bridge is Grade II listed. The bridge was badly damaged during storms and ...
King Edward VII Building, Newcastle University
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King Edward VII Building, Newcastle University
- Overview Map Street View The King Edward VII Building at Newcastle University forms part of the east and south parts of the Quadrangle. It was built in 1911 and designed ...
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Waterhouse Building, Teesside University
- Overview Map Street View The Waterhouse Building of Teesside University is located between Borough Road and Southfield Line in Middlesbrough. It was originally a high school, built in 1877 by ...
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Victoria Building, Teesside University
- Overview Map Street View The Victoria Building at Teesside University is located on Victoria Road in Middlesbrough. It was built as a school in 1892, designed by Alexander & Herman. ...
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Constantine Building, Teesside University
- Overview Map Street View   Constantine Building, Teesside University 93 Borough Rd
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Trinity Building, Northumbria University
Drill Hall, Northumbria University
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Drill Hall, Northumbria University
- Overview History Map Street View Drill Hall at Northumbria University is located on Northumberland Road. It was originally built as the Army Riding School in 1849, by John Dobson, for ...
Church of St John the Evangelist, Ingleton
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Church of St John the Evangelist, Ingleton
- Overview Map Street View Church of St John the Evangelist is the parish church in Ingleton, County Durham. It was built in 1843 by Ignatius Bonomi and J.A. Cory. The ...
Church of St Paul, North Thornaby
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Church of St Paul, North Thornaby
- Overview Map Street View St Paul's Church is located on Cambridge Road, North Thornaby. The church was built 1887 to 1888, by Mallinson and Healey. The church tower was added ...
Old Town Hall, Thornaby
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Old Town Hall, Thornaby
- Overview Map Street View The former Town Hall in Thornaby is located on the corner of Railway Terrace and Mandale Road. It was built 1890-1892, designed by James Garry of ...
Church of St Christopher, Gunnerton
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Church of St Christopher, Gunnerton
Elwood House
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Elwood House
Church of St Luke, Ferryhill
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Church of St Luke, Ferryhill
Newcastle City Hall
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Newcastle City Hall
- Overview About the Hall Map Street View City Hall is located on Northumberland Road, Newcastle. It was designed by Nicholas & Dixon-Spain and opened in 1927. A Harrison and Harrison ...
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Church of St. Barnabas, Linthorpe
Sacred Heart Church, Middlesbrough
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Sacred Heart Church, Middlesbrough
- Overview About the Church Map Street View Sacred Heart Church is located on Linthorpe Road, by Albert Park, in Middlesbrough. The Catholic church, by J. Coomans (Ypres) and Kitching & ...
Middlesbrough War Memorial
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Middlesbrough War Memorial
- Overview Map Street View The Cenotaph at Middlesbrough is located at the west entrance to Albert Park. It was built in 1922 by Brierley and Rutherford (York), and Messrs Coxhead ...
War Memorial, Alnwick
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War Memorial, Alnwick
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Alnwick is located at the junction of Denwick Lane and Bondgate Without, near the Percy Tenantry Column. The memorial was unveiled by ...
96 and 87 Elvet Bridge
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96 and 87 Elvet Bridge
- Overview Map Street View No 96-7 Elvet Bridge in Durham were originally built as 2 houses in the 17th and early 18th century. They are thought to incorporate fabric from ...
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Statue of Neptune, Market Place, Durham
- Overview Map Street View The statue of Neptune was given to the city of Durham in 1729 by George Bowes of Gibside and Streatlam. The statue symbolised aspirations at that time to ...
Church of St. John the Evangelist, Percy Main
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Church of St. John the Evangelist, Percy Main
- Overview Map Street View St John's Church in Percy Main was built in 1862, by Slavin for the Duke of Northumberland. The church is a Grade II listed building.
St Patrick's RC Church, Felling
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St Patrick's RC Church, Felling
- Overview Map Street View St Patricks, on High Street in Felling, is a Roman Catholic parish church. The church was built 1893-1895 by C. Walker of Newcastle. It is a ...
Christ Church, Felling
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Christ Church, Felling
- Overview Map Street View Christ Church, on Carlisle Street in Felling, was built in 1866 by Austin and Johnson. The north aisle and vestry was added in 1903 by J. ...
Irvin's Building, North Shields
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Irvin's Building, North Shields
- Overview Map Street View The Irvin Building is located on Union Road on the North Shields Fish Quay. It was built in 1913 for Richard Irvin and Sons Ltd., who ...
Old Maltings, North Shields
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Old Maltings, North Shields
- Overview Map Street View The Old Maltings building is located on Tanners' Bank in North Shields. It was built in the late 18th or early 19th century and was a ...
Peels Cottages, Harbottle
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Peels Cottages, Harbottle
War Memorial, Blanchland
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War Memorial, Blanchland
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Blanchland is located by St Mary's Church, dedicated to 9 local men who lost their lives in the First World War. The ...
Wesleyan Providence Chapel, Baybridge
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Wesleyan Providence Chapel, Baybridge
Blanchland Bridge
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Blanchland Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone arched bridge over the River Derwent at Blanchland was built in the mid 18th century; it is Grade II listed. The south end of ...
Whittingham Bridge
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Whittingham Bridge
Village Pant, Whittingham
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Village Pant, Whittingham
Ravensworth Statue and Fountain, Whittingham
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Ravensworth Statue and Fountain, Whittingham
- The fountain with a statue of the 3rd Earl of Ravensworth in Whittingham was erected in 1905 by his wife, the Countess Caroline. It is a Grade II listed structure.
RC Church of St Mary & Presbytery, Whittingham
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RC Church of St Mary & Presbytery, Whittingham
Former Whittingham Station
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Former Whittingham Station
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Milbank Arms, Barningham
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Milbank Arms, Barningham
Redworth Hall
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Redworth Hall
- Overview About Redworth Hal Map Street View   Redworth Hall is a 17th-century country house at Redworth, Heighington, County Durham, England now converted to a hotel. It is a listed ...
Gates to Redworth Hall
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Gates to Redworth Hall
Backworth Hall
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Backworth Hall
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Deepdale Footbridge, Barnard Castle
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Deepdale Footbridge, Barnard Castle
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The Shipwrights, North Hylton
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The Shipwrights, North Hylton
- Overview Map Street View The Shipwrights is a pub and resturant located on Ferryboat Lane in North Hylton, by the River Wear. The building dates from the 18th century; and a Grade ...
Hoppyland Lodge, Bedburn
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Hoppyland Lodge, Bedburn
Howlea Bridge, nr Bedburn
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Howlea Bridge, nr Bedburn
War Memorial, Seaton Burn
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War Memorial, Seaton Burn
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Fulwell Pumping Station
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Fulwell Pumping Station
- Overview Map Fulwell Pumping Station was built in 1853, designed by Thomas Hawksley. The water pumping station is located to the north of Fulwell, near Cut Throat Dean, which marks ...
Shepherd & Shepherdess, Beamish
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Shepherd & Shepherdess, Beamish
- Overview Map Street View The Shepherd & Shepherdess is a public house and resturant in the village of Beamish in County Durham, close to Beamish Museum. The building dates from ...
Methold Houses, Beamish
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Methold Houses, Beamish
- Overview Map Street View Almshouses inscribed "1863 BUILT AND ENDOWED BY JOHN EDEN". The houses are Grade II Listed.
War Memorial, Sedgefield
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War Memorial, Sedgefield
Ceddesfield Hall, Sedgefield
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Ceddesfield Hall, Sedgefield
Church of St Mary, Embleton, County Durham
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Church of St Mary, Embleton, County Durham
- The disused church at Embleton, County Durham, was built in Medieval times, but largely rebuilt in 1860.[1] This is a Grade II Listed building.
War Memorial, Hallgarth
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War Memorial, Hallgarth
Garden Cottage, Cragside
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Garden Cottage, Cragside
Cragside Visitor Centre (former stables)
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Cragside Visitor Centre (former stables)
Pumphouse by Tumbleton Dam, Cragside
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Pumphouse by Tumbleton Dam, Cragside
- The hydraulic ram pumped water up to a reservoir above Cragside House, which provided its domestic water supply and powered the main lift and turbines operating kitchen and laundry equipment.[1]
Cosin's Almshouses, Palace Green, Durham
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Cosin's Almshouses, Palace Green, Durham
Pemberton Building, Palace Green, Durham
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Pemberton Building, Palace Green, Durham
DLI Cross, Palace Green, Durham
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DLI Cross, Palace Green, Durham
- Overview Map Street View The stone Celtic-syle cross is located by Durham Cathedral, just south-west of Palace Green. This is a war memorial dedicated to the soldiers of the Durham ...
Church of St Mary the Less, Durham
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Church of St Mary the Less, Durham
- Overview Map Street View The Church of St Mary the Less is located off South Bailey in Durham. It is currently the chapel of St John's College of Durham University. The church was ...
Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Walbottle
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Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Walbottle
Hexham Middle School
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Hexham Middle School
- Overview About the School Map Street View Hexham Middle School is a community school located on Wanless Lane in Hexham. The school is part of an academy trust (Hadrian Learning ...
Harbottle CofE Aided First School
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Harbottle CofE Aided First School
- Overview Map Street View Harbottle Church of England Voluntary Aided First School is set back from the main street in Harbottle. The school has about 50 pupils aged 3 to 9.[1] ...
Whalton CoE Primary School
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Whalton CoE Primary School
- Overview Map Street View Whalton Church of England Aided Primary School is located on the south side of Whalton, near St Mary's Church. It is a voluntary aided school with ...
Seven Stars House, Whalton
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Seven Stars House, Whalton
- Overview Map Street View Seven Stars House in Whalton was built in the late 18th century as a coaching inn. It became a private house c.1945. The house is a ...
Walbottle Hall
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Walbottle Hall
- Overview Map Street View Walbottle Hall is a large 18th century house in Walbottle, Newcastle. Ann Potter, the mother of the famous industrialist, Lord Armstrong, was born at Walbottle Hall ...
Former Westgate Hill Primary School Building
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Former Westgate Hill Primary School Building
- Overview Map Street View The former Westgate Hill Primary School building is a prominent landmark on Westgate Road in the Arthur's Hill area of Newcastle. The school was built in ...
Annfield Plain Library
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Annfield Plain Library
- Overview Map Street View The library in Annfield Plain was built in 1908. The land for the library was donated by John Wilkinson Taylor, M.P., and the building itself was ...
Old School Building, King James 1, Bishop Auckland
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Old School Building, King James 1, Bishop Auckland
Village Hall, Barningham
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Village Hall, Barningham
- Overview Map Street View The Village Hall in Barningham, County Durham, overlooks the village green. The building used to be the village school, built c.1875, and inscribed "ERECTED BY THE FAMILY ...
Church of St. Michael and All Saints, Barnington
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Church of St. Michael and All Saints, Barnington
- Overview Map St. Michael's is the Parish Church in Barningham, County Durham. The present church was built in 1816 by the site of an earlier medieval church. The building was ...
Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Barningham
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Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Barningham
- Overview Map Street View The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Barningham is dated 1815 and was converted to a residential house in c.1980. "The building is said to have been a ...
Old Bridge over Nor Beck, Barningham
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Old Bridge over Nor Beck, Barningham
- Overview Map Street View The old bridge over Nor Beck, located about half a kilometre north of Barningham, was built in the 18th century. It was once the main route ...
Church of St Peter, Harton
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Church of St Peter, Harton
- Overview Map Street View St Peter's is the parish church of Harton, in Sunderland. The church was built 1866-1867, designed in an Early English style by C Hodgson Fowler.[1] Harton ...
The Arches, Newcastle University
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The Arches, Newcastle University
- Overview Map Street View The Arches, which form a gateway from King's Road into the Quadrangle, are an iconic symbol of Newcastle University. The 3 storey building with its pair ...
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Chapels to Harton Cemetery
- The twin chapels to Harton Cemetery were built from 1888-1891. Designed by architect Henry Grieves, the chapels are now Grade II listed.
St. Hilda's Colliery (1810 - 1940)
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St. Hilda's Colliery (1810 - 1940)
- St. Hilda's Colliery in High Shields was established by Simon Temple and produced its first coal on the 23rd of April 1810. By 1922 St. Hilda's Wagonway was built to ...
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Former Technical College building, Northgate, Darlington
Jesmond Parish Church
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Jesmond Parish Church
- Summary Map Street View Jesmond Parish Church is located in Brandling Village in the suburb of Jesmond in Newcastle. The Gothic style church was designed by John Dobson and consecrated ...
Royal Station Hotel, Newcastle
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Royal Station Hotel, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View The Royal Station Hotel is located on Neville Street next to Newcastle Central Station. The hotel was built c1850 by John Dobson for The York, Newcastle ...
Church of St Cuthbert, Shotley Bridge
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Church of St Cuthbert, Shotley Bridge
Barber Surgeons Hall, Newcastle
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Barber Surgeons Hall, Newcastle
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Church of St John The Evangelist, Otterburn
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Church of St John The Evangelist, Otterburn
Hearse House, St Giles, Chollerton
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Hearse House, St Giles, Chollerton
- This is an early 19th century stable, later used as a garage for a Hearse, to the west of St Gile's Church in Chollerton. The building is Grade II listed.
Stanhope Hearse House
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Stanhope Hearse House
Old Hearse House, Stannington
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Old Hearse House, Stannington
Hearse House, Walk-on-Tyne
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Hearse House, Walk-on-Tyne
Hartburn Bridge
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Hartburn Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the Hart Burn between Hartburn and Meldon Park was built in the 18th century. It was widened in 1850 and now carries ...
Hartburn Grotto
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Hartburn Grotto
Masham Hotel, Middlesbrough
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Masham Hotel, Middlesbrough
- Overview Map Street View Former hotel and pub on Linthorpe Road in the centre of Middlesbrough - now a shop. It was built in the mid 19th centry and has ...
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Park Methodist Church, Middlesbrough
- Overview Map Street View The former Park Methodist Church is located on the corner of Linthorpe Road and Ayresome Street, near Albert Park in Middlesbrough. The Wesleyan church was built 1903 - ...
Forbes Building, Middlesbrough
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Forbes Building, Middlesbrough
- Overview Map Street View The Forbes' Buildings, nos. 311-321 Linthorpe Road in Middlesbrough were built 1899 -1900 by R. Lofthouse & Sons (Middlesbrough), for John Forbes.[1] It was originally a bakery with ...
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Former Bank Building, 141 Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough
- Overview Map Street View No. 141 Linthorpe Road in Middlesbrough was built in 1912 by T.B. Whinney (London) and J. Forbes (Middlesbrough), for the London City and Midland Bank.[1] The ...
Loggia of Marton Hall, Stewart Park
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Loggia of Marton Hall, Stewart Park
- Overview Map Street View The Loggia (a long sheltered gallery or or corridor, which forms part of a house, typically with a side open to the garden) in Stewart Park ...
29-31, Corporation Road, Middlesbrough
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29-31, Corporation Road, Middlesbrough
- Overview Map Street View Located on the corner of Corporation Road and Albert Road in Middlesbrough, the building was originally built as a shop and hotel in 1912-1913. It was ...
Cleveland Club, Middlesbrough
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Cleveland Club, Middlesbrough
- Overview Map Street View Boho 4, former Cleveland Club is located on the corner of Gosford Street and Cleveland Street, Middlesbrough. It was originally built 1870 - 1872 by John ...
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2-4 Exchange Place, Middlesbrough
- Overview Map Street View 2,3 & 4 Exchange Place in Middlesbrough were built in c.1870 as offices by W.H. Blessley (Middlesbrough).[1] The building is adjacent to Albert Bridge, near Middlesbrough ...
Forth Banks House, Newcastle
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Forth Banks House, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View Forth Banks House is located on the corner of Pottery Lane and Forth Banks in Newcastle. It was originally built in c.1910 as a goods station ...
Stephenson Works, Forth Banks, Newcastle
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Stephenson Works, Forth Banks, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View  In 1823, George Stephenson, his son Robert Stephenson, and partners, opened the world’s first purpose built locomotive works on Forth Banks (entrance on South Street). The "Locomotion", "Rocket", and "Planet" were ...
Church of St Philip, Arthurs Hill
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Church of St Philip, Arthurs Hill
- Overview Map Street View St Philip's Church (now the Deeper Life Bible Church, Newcastle) is located on St Philip's Close in Arthurs Hill, Newcastle. The church was built in 1871 by ...
Railway Viaduct #1, West Learmouth
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Railway Viaduct #1, West Learmouth
Carham Parish War Memorial
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Carham Parish War Memorial
Railway Viaduct #2, West Learmouth
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Railway Viaduct #2, West Learmouth
West Learmouth Cottages
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West Learmouth Cottages
- Overview Map Street View This row of cottages in West Learmouth was built in the late 18th or early 19th century as homes for farm labourers. It was originally built ...
Former Railway Station, Alnwick - Barter Books
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Former Railway Station, Alnwick - Barter Books
- Overview About Alnwick Station Map Street View Alnwick Railway Station on Wagon Way Road in Alnwick was opened on the 5th September, 1887. It was built as part of the ...
War Memorial, Heddon-on-the-Wall
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War Memorial, Heddon-on-the-Wall
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Heddon-on-the-Wall is located in Memorial Park. The memorial cross was unveiled on the 11th of November 1922, by Sir Loftus Bruce. It  ...
Icehouse, Close House
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Icehouse, Close House
Close House Lodge and Gateway
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Close House Lodge and Gateway
- Overview Map Street View The lodge and gateway at the entrance to Close House are located off the B6528 road, about half a mile west of Heddon-on-the-Wall. The lodge and ...
Former Stable Block, Close House
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Former Stable Block, Close House
- The 18th century stable block at Close House was converted for use as 'The Courtyard' hotel accommodation, which opened in 2012. The building is Grade II listed, as is the flower ...
War Memorial, Hartburn
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War Memorial, Hartburn
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial at Hartburn is located on a small triangular green in the centre of the village. It paid for by Mr and Mrs Straker ...
Church of St Cuthbert, Greenhead
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Church of St Cuthbert, Greenhead
War Memorial, Greenhead
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War Memorial, Greenhead
Trimdon Grange Colliery Memorial
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Trimdon Grange Colliery Memorial
- This memorial, near St Helen's Church in Kelloe commemorates the men and boys killed in the disaster at Trimdon Grange Colliery on the 16th February, 1882. Seventy four miners lost their ...
Percy Cross, Otterburn
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Percy Cross, Otterburn
- Overview Map Percy Cross was erected to commemorate the Battle of Otterburn, 1388. It was erected on this site in 1777, incorporating the earlier medieval cross base. The shaft is ...
Lime Kilns, Greenchesters
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Lime Kilns, Greenchesters
- Overview Map These early-mid 19th century lime kilns are located near Greenchesters Farm, about a mile north-west of Otterburn. The kilns are Grade II listed.
The Porthole, North Shields
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The Porthole, North Shields
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Nos. 170 -175, High Street West, Sunderland
- Overview Map Street View This row of 18th century buildings on High Street West in Sunderland, is being restored by the Tyne & Wear Buildings Preservation Trust. Number 173 was ...
Trafalgar Square, Sunderland
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Trafalgar Square, Sunderland
- Overview Map Street View Former merchant seamen's almshouses in Hendon, Sunderland - 14 almshouses, built in 1840 by William Drysdale for the Trustees of the Muster Roll to house aged ...
First World War Memorial, Blyth
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First World War Memorial, Blyth
- Overview Map Street View The First World War memorial for Blyth (including New Delaval, Newsham, Bebside and Cowpen) was originally located outside the Knight Memorial Hospital on Beaconsfield Street. It ...
Benson Monument, Hexham
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Benson Monument, Hexham
- Overview Map Street View This bronze statue of Lieutenant-Colonel George Elliott Benson is located at the south end of Beaumont Street in Hexham. Benson served with the Royal Regiment of ...
War Memorial, Seaton Sluice
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War Memorial, Seaton Sluice
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial for Seaton Sluice and Old Hartley is located on the Green by Collywell Bay Road in Seaton Sluice. It commemorates 23 local servicemen ...
The Octagon, Seaton Sluice
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The Octagon, Seaton Sluice
- Overview Map Street View The Tower House Gallery (also known as the 'Octagon') in Seaton Sluice was built in the early-to-mid 18th century for use as His Majesty’s Revenue Office and ...
Kings Arms, Seaton Sluice
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Kings Arms, Seaton Sluice
- The Kings Arms is a public house located by the harbour in Seaton Sluice. Originally, the King's Arms Hotel and coach-house was built in the 18th century. The coach-house was ...
Seaton Sluice Harbour
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Seaton Sluice Harbour
- Overview Map Street View The harbour at Seaton Sluice was built by Sir Ralph Delaval in c.1660, to ship coal from the developing coal mines in the area. It extended ...
War Memorial, Horncliffe
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War Memorial, Horncliffe
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Horncliffe, Northumberland, was unveiled on the 19th September, 1920 by Field Marshall Viscount Allenby, and dedicated by Reverend W.W. Charlton. The memorial ...
Middlesbrough Railway Station
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Middlesbrough Railway Station
- Overview About Middlesbrough Station Map Street View "On the 1st of December, 1877, the large fine station at Middlesbrough, which had been for some years in course of construction, was ...
Egglesburn Baptist Church
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Egglesburn Baptist Church
Bewick House, Bewick Street, Newcastle
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Bewick House, Bewick Street, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View Thomas Bewick House on Bewick Street in Newcastle was originally built in 1884 by Austin and Johnson, as offices for the Tyne Improvement Commission. In 911, three additional ...
Church of the Holy Trinity, Seghill
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Church of the Holy Trinity, Seghill
- Overview Map Street View Holy Trinity Church is located off Mares Close, to the west of Seghill, and near Seaton Delaval. The church was built in 1849, designed by John ...
Bridge over Wreigh Burn, Thropton
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Bridge over Wreigh Burn, Thropton
- Overview Map Street View The stone hump-backed bridge over the Wreigh Burn at Thropton was built in 1810. It was built by George Robson, a local Catholic landowner, at a ...
Farmhouse, Buckton
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Farmhouse, Buckton
- Overview Map Street View The farmhouse at Buckton in Northumberland dates from the mid 18th century, located near the site of an earlier Medieval settlement. The farmhouse was refaced and ...
Town Hall, Yarm
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Town Hall, Yarm
RC Church of St Mary and St Romuald, Yarm
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RC Church of St Mary and St Romuald, Yarm
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Yarm
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Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Yarm
Hope House, Yarm
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Hope House, Yarm
Leven Bridge
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Leven Bridge
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Cross Keys, Yarm
George and Dragon, Yarm
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George and Dragon, Yarm
Union Arms, Yarm
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Union Arms, Yarm
Former Fox and Hounds Inn, Whitley Chapel
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Former Fox and Hounds Inn, Whitley Chapel
- The former Fox and Hounds Inn in Whitley Chapel dates from the 18th century and is a Grade II listed building.[1] It is now a private residence known as 'Clickem House' ...
War Memorial, Shiremoor
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War Memorial, Shiremoor
- Overview Map Street View The War Memorial in Shiremoor is located off Emmerson Place. The memorial is a statue of a Northumberland Fusilier resting on reversed rifle, on tall column.[1] ...
Christ Church, North Shields
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Christ Church, North Shields
- Overview About Christ Church Map Street View   Christ Church, North Shields, Tyne and Wear, England is an Anglican church in the parish of North Shields Christ Church, diocese of ...
West Edington Farmhouse
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West Edington Farmhouse
- Overview Map Street View The farmhouse at West Edington in Northumberland was built in the early 19th century and is a Grade II Listed building.[1] The garden walls and rails ...
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Tranwell House
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United Reformed Church, Kielder
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United Reformed Church, Kielder
- The United Reformed Church in Kielder, Northumberland, was built in 1874, originally as a Presbyterian Church. The Romanesque style stone church was designed by F.R. Wilson.[1] The church is a ...
Bellingham Bridge
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Bellingham Bridge
- The stone bridge over the River North Tyne at Bellingham was built in 1834 by John Green.[1] The bridge is a Grade II listed structure.
Church of St Oswald, Bellingham
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Church of St Oswald, Bellingham
- St. Oswald's Church in Bellingham was built in 1839 by Ignatius Bonomi. The church is a Grade II listed building.
Town Hall, Bellingham
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Town Hall, Bellingham
All Saints Church,  Gosforth
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All Saints Church, Gosforth
- Overview Map Street View All Saints Church is located on West Avenue in Gosforth. The Gothic Revival style parish church was designed by Robert J. Johnson and concecrated on the ...
Customs House, South Shields
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Customs House, South Shields
- Overview About the Customs House Map Street View The Customs House in Mill Dam, South Shields, was built from 1863 to 1864, by T.H. Clemence, architect and borough engineer. The ...
Ladykirk and Norham Bridge
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Ladykirk and Norham Bridge
- Overview About Ladykirk and Norham Bridge Map Street View Ladykirk and Norham Bridge is a stone arched bridge crossing the River Tweed, connecting Norham in Northumberland, England, with Ladykirk in ...
Church of St. Edmund, Edmundbyers
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Church of St. Edmund, Edmundbyers
Drinking fountain, Mitford
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Drinking fountain, Mitford
- There is a drinking fountain besides the B6343 road through Mitford. It was built in 1877 and it's round-headed stone arch encloses a carving of dragon's head impaled on sword,  inscribed ...
Lych Gate to Church of St. Mary, Mitford
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Lych Gate to Church of St. Mary, Mitford
Foss Bridge, Mitford
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Foss Bridge, Mitford
- Foss Bridge is a mid 18th century stone bridge over the River Wansbeck at Mitford, near Mitford Castle (sometimes caled "Wansbeck Bridge"). The bridge is Grade II listed.[1]
Mitford Bridge, over the River Font
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Mitford Bridge, over the River Font
High Hartington Lime Kilns
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High Hartington Lime Kilns
Railway Viaduct over River Font
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Railway Viaduct over River Font
Tocketts
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Tocketts
- The manor of Tocketts is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086, in which it was named as Tosceton. Tocketts Mill, fields, woodland and the valley of Tocketts Beck were purchased by ...
Packhorse Bridge over Whittle Burn, Ovingham
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Packhorse Bridge over Whittle Burn, Ovingham
Village Cross, Ovingham
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Village Cross, Ovingham
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Saltwell Towers
- Saltwell Towers was built in 1862 by William Wailes a renound stained glass manufacturer. The Victorian mansion was bulit in a Gothic Revivalist style and is now the Saltwell Park Visitors Centre ...
Salte Welle, Saltwell Park
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Salte Welle, Saltwell Park
Stable Block, Saltwell Park
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Stable Block, Saltwell Park
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Ornamental Walls and Turrets, Saltwell Park
Aviaries, Saltwell Park
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Aviaries, Saltwell Park
Statue of Alderman John Lucas, Saltwell Park
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Statue of Alderman John Lucas, Saltwell Park
Church of the Divine Unity, Ellison Place, Newcastle
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Church of the Divine Unity, Ellison Place, Newcastle
Church of St Mary, Windermere
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Church of St Mary, Windermere
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's Church is located on Church Street on the north side of Windermere. It was originally constructed as a chapel of ease in 1848, but ...
Church of  St. Cuthbert, Parsonby
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Church of St. Cuthbert, Parsonby
- Overview Map St Cuthbert's Church is the Parish Church of Plumbland in Cumbria, located between the villages of Parsonby and Arkleby. St Cuthbert's was built in 1871 by J.A. Cory, incorporating the ...
Plumbland CofE Primary School
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Plumbland CofE Primary School
- Overview Map Street View Plumbland Church of England Primary School is located in Parsonby in the parish of Plumbland in Cumbria, near St Cuthbert's Church. The school has roughly 50 ...
Bridge, Warwick Bridge
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Bridge, Warwick Bridge
- Bridge over the River Eden at Warwick Bridge, Cumbria.
Great Corby School
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Great Corby School
- Great Corby School is a primary school in Great Corby in Cumbria. The school has roughly 90 pupils aged 3 to 11 years old. The school has a history going ...
Church of Holy Trinity, Washington
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Church of Holy Trinity, Washington
War Memorial, Washington (Tyne & Wear)
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War Memorial, Washington (Tyne & Wear)
- Overview Map Street View The Washington and Barmston War Memorial  is located on the Village Green in Washington, Tyne & Wear. The pond on the Village Green was filled and ...
Rickerby House
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Rickerby House
- Rickerby House was built c.1835 for George Head Head (c.1795 - 1876), banker, mine owner and High Sheriff of Cumberland. Landscaped gardens were laid out around the house. In 1922 much ...
Rickerby Park Tower
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Rickerby Park Tower
- A folly, and possibly a dovecote built c.1835, for George Head Head, in the grounds of Rickerby House.[1] The tower is Grade II listed.
Rickerby Park, Carlisle
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Rickerby Park, Carlisle
- Overview About Rickerby Park Map Street View   Rickerby Park is a public open space in Carlisle, Cumbria on the banks of the River Eden. The parkland is dotted with ...
Market Cross, Corbridge
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Market Cross, Corbridge
Old Bridge over Cor Burn, Corbridge
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Old Bridge over Cor Burn, Corbridge
Old Town Hall Buildings, Corbridge
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Old Town Hall Buildings, Corbridge
Hearse House and King's Oven, Corbridge
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Hearse House and King's Oven, Corbridge
- Overview Map Street View The churchyard wall and hearse house at St Andrew's Church in Corbridge were built in the 18th century, incorporating stone from earlier structures. Adjacent to the hearse ...
Lych Gate and War Memorial, St Andrew's, Corbridge
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Lych Gate and War Memorial, St Andrew's, Corbridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone Lych Gate at St Andrew's Church, Corbridge, was built as a memorial iin commemoration of 108 local servicemen who lost their lives in the ...
The Golden Lion, Corbridge
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The Golden Lion, Corbridge
The Wheatsheaf Inn, Corbridge
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The Wheatsheaf Inn, Corbridge
The Angel Inn, Corbridge
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The Angel Inn, Corbridge
The Black Bull, Corbridge
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The Black Bull, Corbridge
Moore Memorial Fountain, Wigton
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Moore Memorial Fountain, Wigton
- Overview Map Street View The Moore Memorial is an iconic feature of Wigton, built on the site of an earlier market cross. It is inscribed: "THIS MEMORIAL WAS ERECTED BY ...
Cathedral Buildings, Dean Street, Newcastle
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Cathedral Buildings, Dean Street, Newcastle