High Street West, Sunderland


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Sunderland

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The Empire Theatre

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Former Fire Station

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Sunderland Minster

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Sunderland - Dun-Cow

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The Fire Station, Sunderland
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The Fire Station, Sunderland
- Overview Map The Fire Station on High Street West in Sunderland opened in 1907. The building was designed by Sunderland architects William Milburn (1850-1935) and Thomas Ridley Milburn (1862-1943), who also ...
Sunderland Empire Theatre
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Sunderland Empire Theatre
- Overview About Sunderland Empire Map The Empire is a 1,860 seat theatre located on High Street West in Sunderland SR1 3EX. The Empire was opened on 1st July 1907 by variety ...
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216-218 High Street West

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144 High Street West

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High Street West

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Sunderland

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High Street West

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High Street West

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138 High Street West

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Sunderland

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Sunderland

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Sunderland

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Sunderland

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Sunderland

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Sunderland

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Former Bridge Hotel and Vaults

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Sunderland

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High Street West

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Sunderland

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Walkers Buildings

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Sunderland - Tyne & Wear

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Sunderland

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Sunderland - Tyne & Wear

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Former National Provincial Bank

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Hutchinson Buildings

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Sunderland - Dun-Cow

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SR1 8: High St West, Sunderland

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Sunderland - Tyne & Wear

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Sunderland - Tyne & Wear

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The Black Bull

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High Street West

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High Street West, Sunderland

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Marks & Spencer, Sunderland - High Street West

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High Street West, Sunderland

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Royal Bank of Scotland, High Street West, Sunderland

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High Street West, Sunderland

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Arndale House, High Street West, Sunderland, 18th March 2005.

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High Street West and Sunderland Minster

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High Street West, Sunderland

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Union Street, Sunderland

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