Blucher sculpture coming back home as part of 200th anniversary celebrations

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    The Journal 8th Match 2014. "....A sculpture is to journey back home as part of celebrations to mark the 200th anniversary of the building of the locomotive which helped make George Stephenson’s name. Thanks to a grant of almost £55,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund, North Tyneside Council, its partners and community groups are now on track to mark the bi-centenary of the young Stephenson’s steam locomotive Blucher, which was built in Killingworth. A programme of community activities is planned for the anniversary year with one of the highlights being the refurbishment and installation of the steel sculpture of the Blucher on the prominent Southgate roundabout in Killingworth....."
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