Victorian Era


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Penny Farthing
- The penny-farthing,( or 'high wheeler'), was a type of bicycle with a large front wheel and a much smaller rear wheel. They were popular in the 1880s and though the ...
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Victorian Tunnel

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Rescued

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East End boy 1895

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Greggs School Picnic Project at Beamish

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Greggs School Picnic Project at Beamish

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Learning activities at Beamish - Victorian lesson

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C Rossi's confectioners shop, Consett

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Christmas at Beamish 2009

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Christmas at Beamish 2009

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Beamish Museum Ploughing Match 2009

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Wearmouth Bridge and Railway Bridge c.1880

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Tiny Tim - 1883 Steam Hammer at Beamish Museum

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Newcastle Central Station
- Overview History Map Street View Newcastle Central Station on Neville Street was designed by John Dobson and was opened by Queen Victoria on the 29th August 1850. Replacing three earlier stations, it ...
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Henry Miller

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Mary Catherine Docherty

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Children and the Law
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Robert Stephenson (1803-1859)
- Overview Detailed Information Robert Stephenson was considered to be one of the greatest engineer of the 19th century. He was born in Willington Quay on 16th October 1803, son to ...
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High Level Bridge. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 1847-9.

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Rocket

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8th October 1829 - Rainhill Steam Trials - "The Rocket" by George Stephenson

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HER(1083): Killingworth Wagonway
- "Killingworth Moor Waggonway (HER 1160) was extended to the north-west in the 1800s with the opening of Killingworth Colliery’s West Moor Pit in 1802, followed in 1808 and 1820 ...

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027457:George Stephenson's Cottage, Killingworth, 1895

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Newcastle and Berwick Railway Delivery Certificate for Rails 1847

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Opening of the High Level Bridge across the Tyne, 29 August 1848

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045512:Collingwood Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1900

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Ice Skating at Christmas

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058366:Children playing Pilgrim Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1890

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1837
- In North East England: 20th February 1837; Opening of the new Theatre Royal in Newcastle. 1837: completion of Grey Street in Newcastle, built by Richard Grainger.  National: 20th June 1837; Queen Victoria inherits ...
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Queen Victoria
- Queen Victoria reigned from 20th June 1837 until she died on the 22nd January 1901, this period is known as the Victorian Era. Queen Victoria and the North East Victoria ...
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Dressed for Snow

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040984:Green Market Newgate Street Newcastle upon Tyne Dodds Edwin c.1884

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Charles Dickens and the North East
- Overview About Charles Dickens Charles Dickens (1812-1870) was one of the greatest novelists of the Victorian era and his works remain widely read. As a writer, performer, and social critic ...
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Grace Darling Museum, Bamburgh
- Overview Map Street View Grace Darling was awarded the RNLI's Silver Medal for Gallantry. The museum in her home town of Bambrugh was established in 1938 to commemorate her life. ...

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