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1 The sea is eroding the cliffs and shoreline at Seaham (1948) 27
2 The Featherbed Rock is crumbling away (1947) 26
3 Site of the demolished colliery row "Hall Street" now growing corn (1946) 24
4 Snowden & Bailes bakery fined for burning loaves of bread (1946) 31
5 Reminiscences of the Sea Baths and the North Battery (1945) 25
6 Keeping of pigeons, fowl and animals on the new Parkside Estate (1945) 24
7 Full street lighting resumed at Seaham (1945) 27
8 Why did Seaham Colliery get nicknamed the "Nack Pit" 169
9 The "Smugglers Kitchen" at Hawthorn Towers (1940) 33
10 Collapse of Joiner's Cafe into the sea (1939) 35
11 Hawthorn Towers acquired as a youth camp (1936) 35
12 Discussions on slum clearance properties in Seaham (1935) 45
13 Plans for Social Services Camp to be built at Seaham (1935) 40
14 Destructive fire at WA Ellis bungalow (1934) 41
15 Opening of hut for Womens Section of Seaham Branch of the British Legion (1933) 41
16 Two girls fall through decking of wooden bridge next to Brickworks (1930) 45
17 New Branch Library opens at Seaham (1930) 62
18 Historic commemorative plaque of Seaham Harbour recovered (1928) 289
19 Street lights and domestic supplies lit by electricity at Seaham (1927) 60
20 Opening of Dawdon Swing Bridge (1927) 56
 
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