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062555:Grainger Market Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1985
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048424:Grainger Market Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1985
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Grainger Market in 1985
- My Granddad has chosen the picture of the Grainger Market in 1985 because he went there for the first time in the 1950s when he was a student.He still ...

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Grainger Market, Newcastle upon Tyne
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Grainger Market, Newcastle upon Tyne
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Grainger Market, Newcastle upon Tyne
Grade II Listed
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Grade II Listed
- Grade II buildings are of special architectural or historical interest and are protected by law. They make up 92% of buildings in the the National Heritage List for England (NHLE): ...
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List of Timelines
- Timeline Events Created Viewed Updated Newcastle upon Tyne 95 2018-03-24 866 2019-06-21 1830s 68 2017-11-16 776 2019-06-21 1834 57 2017-11-16 460 2018-10-20 Bridges 53 2017-11-20 377 2020-02-23 Mining 49 2018-03-24 ...
George Stephenson (1781 - 1848)
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George Stephenson (1781 - 1848)
- Overview Detailed Information George Stephenson was a famous engineer and inventor, considered to be "father of the railways". He was born in Wylam in Northumberland on 9th June 1781. In 1814, Stephenson ...
Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle
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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle
- This page includes historic buildings, monuments, parks and sites in the City of Newcastle upon Tyne, compiled from two sources: a) Listed buildings and scheduled monuments, from the the National ...
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Modern Sculptures and Carvings
- A searchable list of some of the modern and contemporary sculptures and wood carvings in the North East and Cumbria. This page was compiled by Rory Harvey and Simon Cotterill. ...

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