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Roker Promenade


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029792:Sunderland Roker Promenade C.1910.

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The headland below Roker Cliff Park

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Seafront at Roker

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Final C2C waymarker by Andrew Small, Roker promenade

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Seat by the Promenade at Roker

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Children's Play Park on Roker Prom.

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High tide at Roker

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Seafront at Roker

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from https://historicengland.org...
ROKER PIER AND LIGHTHOUSE WITH RAILINGS, LAMP STANDARDS AND PART OF PROMENADE - List Entry
- "Pier and lighthouse with lamp standards and railings; short continuation of structure along promenade. 1885-1903. First recommendations by Sir John Coode 1876, amended by River Wear Commission engineer Henry Hay ...

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