St. Hilda's Church, South Shields


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011720:St. Hilda's Church South Shields unknown c.1910

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St. Hilda's Church, South Shields
- "Printed in Saxony in "Gelatined Sepia with Blue Sky", and published by Woolstone Bros. of London in their Milton Series". Postcard from 'Pictures of Gateshead and the Surrounding Area' by ...

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St. Hilda's Church, South Shields
- "Posted from South Shields to Bradford on 8th September 1915. Published by W.H.S. in the Kingsway Real Photo Series [no: S.3302]". Postcard from 'Pictures of Gateshead and ...

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War Memorial, St. Hilda's Church, South Shields
- From 'Pictures of Gateshead and the Surrounding Area' by Andy Williamson. The images may be used for non-commercial purposes, subject to acknowledging the source; see: http://picturesofgateshead.co.uk

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Market Place and St. Hilda's Church, South Shields
- "Posted from South Shields to Keighley on 27th August 1904". Postcard from 'Pictures of Gateshead and the Surrounding Area' by Andy Williamson. The images may be used for non-commercial purposes ...

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St Hilda's Church, South Shields

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St Hilda's church, South Shields

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CHURCH OF ST HILDA - South Shields - List Entry
- "Tower C18. Body of church rebuilt 1810-11. Ashlar, hipped slate roof. Two tiers of windows, the lower ones tall, the upper ones small "clearstory", all with semi-circular hoods....Font 1675 ...

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