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  3. From the album: Millne's Cycle & Radio Stores

    © Copyright ©2021 James Millne

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  4. From the album: Stead Lane Primary School - The Oval

    Photo from Doreen Riley, Facebook Bygone Bedlington group and posted with the comment :- 'The Oval School girls born 1951/2. Some of the girls I remember are Ena Bloom, Marion Laws, Pamela Grant, Patricia Grant, Ann Tyler, Christine Worn, Doreen Darbyshire, Jaqualine Routledge, Christine Rowlands, Valerie Rainbow, Maybe someone can recognise the others'
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  5. From the album: Millne's Cycle & Radio Stores

    © Copyright ©2021 James Millne

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  6. From the album: Millne's Cycle & Radio Stores

    Left to right. ?, ?, Eileen Brown? (nee Purvis) the vicar's daughter and Dr Brown's wife, James "Jimmy" H Millne

    © Millne

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  7. From the album: Millne's Cycle & Radio Stores

    © Copyright ©2021 James Millne

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  8. From the album: Millne's Cycle & Radio Stores

    © Copyright ©2021 James Millne

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  9. From the album: Millne's Cycle & Radio Stores

    © Copyright ©2021 James Millne

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  11. From the album: Millne's Cycle & Radio Stores

    © Copyright ©2021 James Millne

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  13. From the album: Doctor Pit and Rows

    This photo shows the coal washer that was in use at the Doctor Pit until the 1940’s. The waste material from this washer formed the pit heaps around the Doctor Pit (now rehabilitated and covered in trees.) This was a fantastic adventure playground for the kids in the area. There was what would be known today as a BMX track – we called it a “scrambler track”. Sliding down the heaps on a piece of conveyor belt or corrugated iron sheet was also popular. Much of the heap was still burning so you had to make sure you didn’t end up falling into a section that was still smouldering. Health and Safety was not such a big thing then and you had to carry out your own risk assessment before heading out to the heaps! There was also a pedestrian tunnel went under the heaps and railway line known as the “cundy” and this could be a bit scary for a kid.
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  14. From the album: Doctor Pit and Rows

    Picnic day in the 1960’s with the Dr Pit headgear in the background.
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  16. From the album: Preserving the Past

    Also in the picture Fourgee and his big sister. Location is likely Front Street West (help - someone?). Date is probably around Christmas 1984.

    © bedlington.co.uk (all rights reserved)

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  17. From the album: Bedlington Miners Picnic 1950s (Bigger Photos)

    The Northumberland Miners' Picnic, with the Bedlington Doctor Pit banner paraded.
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  18. From the album: Bedlington Miners Picnic 1950s (Bigger Photos)

    Photograph of the Northumberland Miners Picnic at Bedlington in 1955. Men and women sit infront of the Blyth NUM banner. Brass instruments are visible on the ground beside the banner.
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  19. From the album: Bedlington Miners Picnic 1950s (Bigger Photos)

    Queue of people waiting at an icecream van, Miners' Picnic at Bedlington. 1954
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  20. From the album: Bedlington Miners Picnic 1950s (Bigger Photos)

    Elizabeth Storey as Miss West Sleekburn, standing in Bedlington High Street during the 1954 Miner's Picnic.
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  21. From the album: Mainline Steam Engines 2010

    The new A1 Turst Steam locomotive Tornado Passed though Bedlington Station on a Railtour. I got Permission of Network Rail to go onto the Station Platfroum to get this shot.

    © Owen Edwards

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  22. From the album: Miners Picnics 1960s - 1980s

    Bedlington Miners Picnic, July 1974.
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