BITS & PIECES
Page 1: The Battle of Trafalgar - Why Call it The Mill House? - Football Sensation!
Page 2: Postcard from Seahouses - Sacrilege! - Walling In Love Again - The Ring.
Page 3: Roman Coins found at Washington Station.
Page 4: Washington Phonetic Alphabet.
Page 5: * On Standby For Something New! *
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THE BATTLE of TRAFALGAR
( Naval engagement fought by the Royal Navy against the combined fleets of the French and Spanish Navies, during the Napoleonic Wars. )
The Battle of Trafalgar
(21st October 1805)
AB Thomas Wood, aged 42, from Washington
was a crew member on Lord Nelson's flagship Victory.
He is not listed among the casualties.
(Source: Tony Barrow's book - Trafalgar Geordies)
Why call it
THE MILL HOUSE?
( There's a clue in the map! )
The Mill House Hotel
Extract from Map of Washington Moor - 1858
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( Almost impossible to believe ... but absolutely true! )
USWORTH MINER'S SON
3 Consecutive League Championships
(1970 - 1973)
was Benfica's Manager / Head Coach.
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