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The Dolly Peel public house, High Shields

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A path over open ground near Laygate, High Shields

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Tyne and Wear HER(2459): South Shields, High Shields Station
- High Shields Station is not shown on the 1st edition Ordnance Survey plan, so was built after 1855. It was on the North Eastern Railway, South Shields Branch (HER ref ...

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Trimmers Arms on Hill Street, High Shields

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Brunswick Hotel, South Shields

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Al Azhar Mosque, High Shields

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Foundation Stone of High Shields mosque

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The Trimmers Arms

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Open area

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One Trinity Green, South Shields

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New office block

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The Adam and Eve, South Shields

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The Adam and Eve, South Shields

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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 1822 St. Hilda's Wagonway was built to ...

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