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Latest upload:  Friday, 17th January 2020.

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A Nostalgic Journey 'in & around' the original Village of Washington
[ Click above picture for more views of the 'F' Pit Heaps. ]

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ARTICLES, COLLECTIONS, MAPS, PHOTO GALLERY etc.

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Welcome Home

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Paddle Tugboat

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1.  Welcome Home Medals for WW1 Soldiers, plus related Press Transcripts. Thanks to Barry Sly & Peter Welsh.

2.  Seen on the River Tyne in the early 1900s.  Picture taken from South Shields.  No prizes for guessing its name.

3.  Added to our 'spruced-up', Colour Postcards collection - the original Post Office on Washington Station Road.


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Washington Miners' Statue

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Wheeze that wi' Little Bobby?  Tab7

4.  The Statue's Sculptor. The Unveiling Ceremony & Blessing.  Photos taken by Usworth & Glebe Banner Groups.

5.  Clue: We arhl knarr Little Bobby liked a Drink 'n' a Drag.  Here-ry is, arhl dolled-up w' sum geezer off the telly.

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War Memorials

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Usworth Miners' Welfare Hall

6.  Transcript of WW1 & WW2 Plaques in High Usworth Holy Trinity Church.  Thanks to Washington History Society.

7.  Usworth Miners' Welfare Hall Collection.  Created from 3 New Pictures and several existing pictures - spruced up!


OTHER STUFF

* NEWS *
1. Record Broken for Number of 'Unique Visitors' in 'One Month' Period.
( See bottom, right-hand-corner of This Page. )

2. Microsoft stopped supporting Windows 7 last week.
Time to upgrade to Windows 10.   Big Snag!  Your old computer probably won't be up to the job.
Keep Safe on-line ... Treat Yourself to a New PC.

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'What's Where'  &  'How To Get There'

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"Nothing is ever really lost to us as long as we remember it."

Lucy Maud Montgomery
(1874-1942)