Wearmouth


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St-Peters-Church-1901

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Wearmouth Bridge

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Wearmouth and Railway Bridges 1900

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Wearmouth Bridge Inscription

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Wearmouth Bridge Passage

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Wearmouth Bridge c.1800

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Wearmouth Bridge from Westward c.1800

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Wearmouth Bridge Illustration

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Wearmouth Bridge Cost

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Wearmouth Bridge - 1965

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Bridges c1902

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Picture of Micheal Smith

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Wearmouth Bridge

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Wearmouth Colliery (1835-1993)
- Overview About Wearmouth Colliery Wearmouth Colliery in Sunderland was sunk from 1826-1834 and at the time it began producing coal in 1835 it was the deepest mine in the world ...

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