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1 Destructive fire at WA Ellis bungalow (1934) 2
2 Opening of hut for Womens Section of Seaham Branch of the British Legion (1933) 2
3 Two girls fall through decking of wooden bridge next to Brickworks (1930) 3
4 New Branch Library opens at Seaham (1930) 6
5 Historic commemorative plaque of Seaham Harbour recovered (1928) 214
6 Street lights and domestic supplies lit by electricity at Seaham (1927) 13
7 Opening of Dawdon Swing Bridge (1927) 15
8 Seaham UDC to select new tenants for houses completed on Carr House Estate (1926) 15
9 Lord Londonderry orders first experimental steel house (1925) 19
10 Lord Londonderry sells 28.5 acres of Carr House Farm for housing (1925) 16
11 Lord Londonderry to build two experimental steel houses (1925) 17
12 New Salvation Army Hall opens at New Seaham (1924) 19
13 Permission granted for Joiner's Cafe to be built on foreshore (1923) 21
14 Armistice ceremony before the Cenotaph was built (1921) 23
15 First 21 houses completed at Princess Road (1921) 26
16 Opening of new Children's Centre in Londonderry Road (1921) 22
17 Lord Londonderry opens new bandstand at Dawdon Club (1921) 25
18 Seaham Harbour UDC approves new housing scheme at Princess Road (1920) 25
19 Elgey's timber yard and sawmill completely gutted by fire (1919) 21
20 Sale by Auction of 13 and 14 Station Road first leased in 1908 (1917) 22
 
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