Colliery Streets.

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Carr House farmyard c 1929.

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I think this is a photograph of Will Aitkenhead shortly before retirement around 1950.

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8 Hall St, western end opp Vaseys shop Soldiers were billeted in these houses during WW2, tenants having been rehoused. Photograph from Eric Shevels

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Vane Terrace, Photograph from Eric Shevals

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Thomas Haswell snr and his grandson Thomas Ernest Haswell in the garden of 22 Cook St, Seaham Colliery. Photograph from Anthony Haswell

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Northern gable end of California St at left, gable end of Infant St at right, (the front and gable of this house can be seen in A 14. Doctor St visible behind.

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New Seaham Conservative Club at centre, to its right are Coronation Buildings then the new development, Church Court, built on the site of the former Church Street. To the left of the club is Seaham Motor Company, now long gone. Christ Church, the Church Hall and Vicarage are at top right. Photograph 1995

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New Seaham Conservative Club in 1995

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5th Seaham Scouts band marching to Christ Church Seaham (Mid 1930's) They used to meet at the Mission Hall next to Eastlea School The band reformed after the war as the 5th Seaham Silver Band. Photograph and info from Marion Johnson

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Church Street at centre then Coronation Buildings and Conservative Club just visible at extreme right. Christ Church behind and prefabs at top right. Photograph 1950s.

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Staff and patients outside New Seaham Mission House Hospital in 1916, the former colliery manager's home became a military hospital during WW1

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Viceroy Street 1927

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High Colliery Boys School

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Sunderland Echo 1959

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