List number: 1025439
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 7008
Grid ref: NZ3634646058

War Memorial, Easington Lane


The clock tower war memorial in Easington Lane was unveiled by Lord Joicey on the 27th August 1921, in honour of the men of Easington Lane lost in the First World War. The memorial  was designed by J. Coxon, chief architect to the Lambton and Hetton Colliery Company. The memorial was further dedicated to the local men lost in the Second World War.

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Memorial Clock Tower, Easington Lane

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Easington Lane War Memorial Banner

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War Memorial Clock Tower, High Street, Easington Lane

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War Memorial Clock Tower in High Street, Easington Lane

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MONUMENT 30 METRES WEST OF JUNCTION WITH ELEMORE LANE
- "War memorial. 1920-1921 by J. Coxon for the Lambton and Hetton Colliery Company: coursed squared whitish sandstone with ashlar dressings; lead roof. Tall 6- stage column on plinth. Moulded coping ...

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Clock Tower 1914-18 1939-45 Village - Easington Lane
- Description of the monument and list of names inscribed.

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Tyne and Wear HER(7008): Easington Lane, High Street, war memorial clock tower
- "War memorial. 1920-21 by J. Coxon for the Lambton and Hetton Colliery Company. Coursed squared whitish sandstone with ashlar dressings, lead roof. Tall 6-stage column on plinth. Moulded coping to ...

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