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South Tyneside

The metropolitan borough of South Tyneside was formed on 1 April 1974. As part of a local government reorganisation the new metropolitan borough merged together the County Borough of South Shields, the municipal borough of Jarrow and the urban districts of Boldon and Hebburn from County Durham.
Tyne and Wear Cleadon Hebburn Historic Buildings and Monuments in South Tyneside Jarrow Monkton South Shields The Boldons Whitburn
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The Holiday for all the Family

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000615:Cleadon House Front Street Cleadon South Tyneside around 1900.

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Wright's Biscuits Production

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026510:St. Mary's Church Whitburn South Tyneside c.1890

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South Shields Volunteer Life Brigade History
- History of SSVLB including ships that came ashore at South Shields from 1866

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David Robertson


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