Monkwearmouth


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The History of the Town and Port of Sunderland, and the Parishes of Bishopwearmouth and Monkwearmouth. James Burnett, 1830
- Book from 1830 digitised by Google - free eBook.

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010937:St. peter's church Monkwearmouth Sunderland 1950

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The Ferry at Bodlewell Lane

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Monkwearmouth Railway Station

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North Bridge Street 1965......Time Travelling

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The Wheatsheaf.........1954..........Time Travelling

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The Midas Touch.........

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Hebron Church....North Bridge Street

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The Terminus

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Wheat Sheaf Hotel, Sunderland

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Sunderland Baths Newcastle Road

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The Colliery Tavern, Monkwearmouth, Sunderland

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Hebron Church, Sunderland

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North Bridge Street

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