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071358:Market Place South Shields unknown c.1910

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025901:Market Place South Shields Auty c.1890

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023809:Market Place South Shields South Tyneside. C. 1900

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South Shields Market Place
- Postcard from 'Pictures of Gateshead and the Surrounding Area' by Andy Williamson. The images may be used for non-commercial purposes, subject to acknowledging the source; see: http://picturesofgateshead.co.uk

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Market Place and St. Hilda's Church, South Shields
- "Posted from South Shields to Keighley on 27th August 1904". Postcard from 'Pictures of Gateshead and the Surrounding Area' by Andy Williamson. The images may be used for non-commercial purposes ...

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The Market Place, South Shields, from the Air
- "St. Hilda's is at the bottom of the picture, King Street is to the right of the Market Square. On the left, where the sender has written an X ...

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Old Town Hall
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Old Town Hall
- Overview Map Street View The Old Town Hall in South Shields was built in 1768 by the Dean and Chapter of Durham as the centrepiece of the new Market Place (c.1767) ...
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Image taken from page 644 of 'The Local Historian's Table Book of remarkable occurrences, historical facts, traditions, legendary and descriptive ballads, connected with the Counties of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, and Durham. Historical Division.

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The Word
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The Word
- Overview Map Street View "The Word" is the National Centre for the Written Word, located in South Shields, with it's main entrance by the Market Place. The Word opened on ...

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