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1 Trying the bell at Backhouse Bank (1892) 1
2 Backhouse Bank opens on North Terrace, Seaham Harbour (1892) 3
3 Completion of new colliery houses at Viceroy Street and Mount Pleasant, New Seaham (1886) 12
4 Subsidence to properties in Emily Street above Marlbrough Street (1886) 12
5 New Seaham Workmen's Club (The Knack Club) - an aerial view 34
6 Ball Alley and the Black Road (aerial view) 41
7 Seaham Infirmary (aerial view) 29
8 NCB "A" Group Offices on North Road (aerial view) 31
9 Shops and Businesses on Princess Road, Dawdon 34
10 Recollections of Seaton and Slingsley 42
11 Growth of Seaham UDC 53
12 Rock House - An Educational Settlement at Seaham 48
13 Dawdon Hall, Dene, Colliery and St Hild and St Helens 35
14 Electrification of Colliery houses at Seaham Colliery(1936) 35
15 Steeple of Princess Road Cemetery blown down (1936) 42
16 Opening of Woolworths in Church Street (1936) 41
17 Seaham Sound Mirror 52
18 Paintings of Seaham Harbour by Robert Mackreth 579
19 Seaham War Memorial on the Terrace Green (1922) 115
20 Stopping up of turnpike through Dawdon Dene /building of new North Road over Dene (1860) 221
 
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