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Chester-le-Street, Front Street, St Mary's House
St Mary's House (centre) purchased by the Urban Council after World War 1 and used as council offices until the building of the new civic centre. The public library was based here in 1930, before moving to Hermon House. From a copy of an original postcard.
You can see a history of Chester-le-Street
at the Keys to the Past website.
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) website provides access to a complete record of archaeological and historical sites in County Durham and Northumberland.
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