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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
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List of Timelines
- Timeline Events Created Viewed Updated Newcastle upon Tyne952018-03-242152019-06-21 1830s682017-11-161132019-06-21 1834572017-11-161672018-10-20 Bridges502017-11-20892019-01-31 Mining482018-03-241062019-05-20 1833462018-10-135772018-10-20 Gateshead462018-03-13742019-06-04 2010s432017-11-166572018-11-10 Churches and Cathedrals392018-07-26582019-04-18 1960s392017-11-16832018-11-25 Sunderland362017-11-2063402019-02-23 1900s342017-11-21612018-08-22 1860s322018-04-14592019-06-04 River Tyne322018-03-24662019-03-01 1870s322017-11-16662019-03-18 1880s312018-03-30572019-02-23 1930s302017-11-16812019-02-23 Railway282017-11-25622019-06-21 2000s262017-11-16512018-10-23 1980s252018-03-13612019-02-23 ...
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 ...
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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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