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Darlington, Northgate, Bulmer's Stone

The Bulmer Stone outside the weavers'cottages which were owned by Edward Pease and believed to have been pulled down in 1895 to permit the building of Darlington Technical College. This postcard was published after 1902 but if the date of demolition is correct the photograph was taken before 1895.

Date:
c.1894
Period:
1876 - 1900
Place:
Darlington
You can see a history of Darlington at the Keys to the Past website.
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Item Type:
postcard
Donor:
Artist:
unknown
Reference:
DR07508

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