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Killingworth Township, 1960s and 70's


Killingworth 1960's Architecture New Towns Killingworth Towers
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The Killingworth Towers prior to demolition - 1986/7
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Killingworth Towers in the late 1980's
- Public domain photo by 'KillingworthWalkway', 1987

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Norgas House, Killingworth

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White Swan Centre

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Killingworth Telephone Exchange

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Killingworth: Demolition of the Community Centre

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1960's Architecture
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1960's Architecture
New Towns
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New Towns
- The New Towns Act of 1946 led to the development 'new tows' to alleviate housing shortages and relocate populations in poor or bombed-out housing following World War 2. Many new ...
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KILLINGWORTH TOWNSHIP
- "Twenty-seven deck access blocks of public housing between six and ten storeys high. Together the blocks consisted of 740 dwellings and constituted the western section of the Killingworth Township. The ...

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My Auntie Louise At Killingworth Towers

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Tyne and Wear HER(15123): Killingworth, Citadel East, Amberley Building
- "1967 by Ryder and Yates for Northumberland County Council. Two high-rise office blocks, the first part of the Citadel, the new town centre of Killingworth Township. Six floors were raised ...

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