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Hartlepool Headland itself is awash with both history and strange goings on. It having a natural harbour the headland first became a port in the very early medieval period. And Borough Hall is in the middle of …

The National Coal Mining Museum for England is located at Caphouse Colliery, on the western edge of the Yorkshire coalfield, where mining has been carried out for centuries. The History of Caphouse Colliery A plan dated 1791 …

To the north of Eaglescliffe in the well wooded Tees valley near Stockton, is Preston Park and Preston Hall Museum. Preston on Tees is mentioned in The Boldon Buke, County Durham`s equivelant of the Domesday Book …

The Darlington Civic Theatre (then the New Hippodrome & Palace of Varieties) was formally opened on Monday September 2 1907. Its first Managing Director was Signor Rino Pepi, an Italian ex patriot who was originally a quick-change …

Cleveland Ironstone Mine, Skinningrove was in the manor of Loftus during the Saxon times and was held by Earl Siward, who Shakespeare immortalised as Macbeth. The History of Cleveland Ironstone Mine It passed to Hugh de Abrincis, Earl …

The Dartford Library (and Borough Museum) building is a prominent and attractive feature of the Dartford townscape. The building is situated in the heart of the town adjacent to the main entrance to Central Park …

Chislehurst Caves are a labyrinth of dark mysterious passageways which have been hewn by hand from the chalk, deep beneath Chislehurst. There are over 20 miles of caverns and passageways, dug over a period of 8000 …

Boys Hall

April 13, 2009 // 0 Comments

Boys Hall was originally built in 1616 by the Boys family who had previously been known as De Bois, having originally landed in England from France at the time of the Norman Conquest. Over time their name …

Chillingham Castle was originally a monastery in the late 12th century. In 1298, King Edward I, or “Edward Longshanks”, stayed at the castle on his way to Scotland to battle a Scottish army led by William …

Castle Keep

April 13, 2009 // 0 Comments

The Castle Keep of Newcastle Upon Tyne stands on a steep sided promontory overlooking the River Tyne. The site has been occupied for nearly 2000 years, with flint flakes and a stone axehead found in archaeological excavations …

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