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17/5/2018
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by Alan Fryer
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The formation of the Blyth Harbour Commission in 1882 was arguably the most important development...
23/4/2018
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by Alan Fryer
5.00 of 11 votes
From 1700 the White Ridley family have lived at Blagdon Hall about eight miles to the West...
24/3/2018
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by Alan Fryer
4.90 of 10 votes
  A letter sent by Taylor Winship, who was effectively the managing director of Cowpen...
24/3/2018
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by Alan Fryer
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The Middletons of the much visited tourist attraction Belsay Hall and Castle fame were descended...
5/2/2018
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by Alan Fryer
5.00 of 8 votes
On a site in Blyth Dene where Lord Delaval, in the 16th century, had once built a weir, stood...
29/1/2018
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by Alan Fryer
5.00 of 5 votes
In 1872 a reporter from the Newcastle Chronicle toured the colliery villages of the North East....
22/1/2018
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by Alan Fryer
5.00 of 7 votes
From one of a series of articles published in the Newcastle Chronicle in 1872 called "Our Colliery...
13/1/2018
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by Alan Fryer
5.00 of 3 votes
In 1872 a reporter from the Newcastle Chronicle toured the colliery villages of the North East....
16/11/2017
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by Alan Fryer
5.00 of 11 votes
From the mid 19th century maps of South East Northumberland show small reservoirs dotted around...
3/11/2017
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by Blyth Town Admin
5.00 of 12 votes
Are you interested in the paranormal, do you believe in ghosts, have you seen a ghost? Do you...
10/10/2017
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by Alan Fryer
4.84 of 19 votes
Wallace in his history of Blyth 1862 describes how in 1552 the gentry of SE Northumberland...
17/7/2017
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by Alan Fryer
4.93 of 15 votes
The map shows the areas and locations of farms in Blyth around the end of the 18th and beginning...
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