Transport and Travel


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Early Traffic Scenes (1890-1900)

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Transport of Delights

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037141:Luxury Coach Newcastle upon Tyne Evening World c.1930/31

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  • Brian Thompson on Feb. 12, 2020, 4:39 p.m.

    Porte Cochere to Newcastle Central Railway Station.
    I am doing some research into my family history. I have been told that a certain Robert or Nicholas Reed was responsible for carting the stone from a quarry in Northumberland for the porte cochere. In so doing he badly damaged the roads along which he carted the stone incurring the wrath of the road authorities who find him for his efforts. If anyone can confirm this happening and supply further information I would be very thankful.

    Brian Thompson (Rev).

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