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Old September 22nd, 2019, 08:05 PM   #61
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Heritage Open Days 2019 - North Shields Fishermen’s Mission, 47-49 Fish Quay, Fish Quay, North Shields, information & pictures 19/09/19 Part 7 of 7

Part 7 & last

Pictures by myself from Thursday 19/09/19 in period approx 1400 - 1445 showing views of some of the areas of North Shields Fishermen’s Mission, 47-49 Fish Quay, Fish Quay, North Shields

Views into Fish Quay area and looking at facility from other side of the dock





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Bensham Grove Communiity Centre Heritage Open Day

Alas the only open day I have been able to get to this year was this morning at the Bensham Grove Community Centre or as it is better known to us older folks - Bensham Settlement. I couldn't do it full justice as I had two of my great grandchildren and their mother in tow:

DSCF7816 Bensham Settlement by alfred stone, on Flickr

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My great grandson wanted to follow in his sister's footsteps and make his debut on SSC. He also insisted I mentioned Max the school parrot who joined us on the tour:

DSCF7800 Bensham Settlement by alfred stone, on Flickr

For anybody not familiar with the history of Bensham Grove here is a good place to start:

https://www.benshamgrove.org.uk/hist...l-in-the-town/
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Heritage Open Days 2019 - St Luke’s Church, Frank Street, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear - information & pictures 19/09/19 Part 1 of 6

As noted on post #40 with kind assistance of lady working in part of the hired out church building, picture below, seeing me taking external pictures of the building I managed to get a "part view" of:-

the St Lukes Church on Frank St, Wallsend (opposite the Memorial Hall) ahead of visiting the Hall

This had been part of the Heritage Open Days 2019 event on Saturday 14/09/19

https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/...-lukes-church8

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St Luke’s Church, Frank Street, Wallsend, Tyne & Wear, NE28 6RN

Beautiful Church with stunning commemorative WWI stained glass and interesting history.

St Luke's contains a reordered Irish stained glass window in memory of World War I. One of the finest examples in Europe designed by Wilhelmina Geddes of Dublin. Volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and highlight notable features of the church and its history. Parish registers will be available to view on the day.


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From https://britishlistedbuildings.co.uk...d#.XYh2KkZKhPY

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Church of St Luke

Entry Name: Church of St Luke

Listing Date: 18 August 1947

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1025335

English Heritage Legacy ID: 303417

A Grade II Listed Building in Wallsend, North Tyneside

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NZ 26 NE
6/168
18.8.47

WALLSEND
STATION ROAD (west side)

Church of St. Luke

II

G.V.

Parish church. 1885-87 by Oliver, Leeson and Wood; 1895 west vestries; 1906 tower, chancel and lady chapel; land given by G.B. Hunter. Rock-faced snecked sandstone with ashlar dressings, plinth and quoins; Welsh slate roof with flat stone gable copings.4-bay aisled nave with west porch and vestries; north-east tower; south transept; apsed chancel and south lady chapel. Early English style.

Central west double door; plate-traceried 3-light west aisle windows; triple aisle lancets and stepped triple clerestory lancets; 8-foil west window above 2 similar groups; 5 stepped east lancets. 3-stage tower. 3-light north window in high first stage; lancets above and Y-traceried belfry openings. Corbel table and panelled parapet; shallow set-back buttresses. Nave bellcote.

Interior: painted plaster with ashlar dressings. Boarded kingpost roofs. Dog tooth moulding to round nave arcade piers. Open arches to chancel, lady chapel and tower organ chamber; paired columns to lady chapel; 2 steps to chancel, 2 to sanctuary.and 2 to altar.

Glass in north aisle by Baguley, Newcastle; west window in north aisle as South African War Memorial; east window first World War Memorial by Wilhelmina Geddes of Dublin.

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Heritage Open Days 2019 - St Luke’s Church, Frank Street, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear - information & pictures 19/09/19 Part 2 of 6

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Pictures by myself from Friday 19/09/19 approx 0930 - 1030, either side of visit to the adjacent Memorial Hall

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Heritage Open Days 2019 - St Luke’s Church, Frank Street, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear - information & pictures 19/09/19 Part 3 of 6

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Pictures by myself from Friday 19/09/19 approx 0930 - 1030, either side of visit to the adjacent Memorial Hall









Frank St







Into the building, via door on Frank St thanks to this kind lady who saw me taking pictures of the exterior of the church and allowed me access to the part of the church building she was working in





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Heritage Open Days 2019 - St Luke’s Church, Frank Street, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear - information & pictures 19/09/19 Part 5 of 6

Part 5

Pictures by myself from Friday 19/09/19 approx 0930 - 1030, either side of visit to the adjacent Memorial Hall







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Heritage Open Days 2019 - St Luke’s Church, Frank Street, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear - information & pictures 19/09/19 Part 6 of 6

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Heritage Open Days 2019 - further visits made, things viewed, pictures taken, Sunderrland area - 20/09/19

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Another warm and sunny day on Friday 20/09/19 means went out and about in the Sunderland area on using metro and "shanks pony" to visit Heritage Open Days 2019 events

The following are visits made, things viewed, pictures taken:-

https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/...-conversations

170 High Street West - Coffee & Conversations

170 High Street West, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, SR1 1UP

Ever been inside 170 – 175 High Street West? This is your chance, before they close for restoration works. Enjoy a coffee, share memories, and find out about the future plans for the buildings as well as the wider Heritage Action Zone.

An opportunity to see this historic building before it closes for restoration works. Find out about the plans for 170 – 175 High Street West, and the wider Heritage Action Zone initiative. Visitors can share their memories of the area which will be added to the display of local history and stories.


Still available to be viewed Saturday 21 September: 1000-1400



Nice to see some activity bring the buildings back to life - have been covering the fate of the properties over on Sunderland & Durham Forum for a few years


https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/...uth-sunderland

St Peter’s Church, Monkwearmouth, Sunderland

St. Peters Vicarage, St. Peters Way, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, SR6 0DY

Visitors can explore over 1300 years of history in the Monstery founded by Benedict Biscop in 674AD and see the doorway The Venerable Bede entered as a child to start his monastic life. Walk in the footsteps of Saints and enjoy a historical tour.

Guided tours to discover the history of St Peter's and learn about the history of the Abbots of Wearmouth Monastery. The west wall has been there since the foundation in 674AD and if stones could speak it would be able to talk of the many events in history it has witnessed. The oldest surviving complete Latin bible left here in 716AD known as the Codex Amiatinus and a copy of the original is on display. In 2016 a Children's Bible was produced by all schools in Sunderland and some Jarrow schools on the Codex Amiatinus' 1300th Anniversary, this is also on display.

St Peter's Church, an Anglo Saxon church which is twinned with St Paul's in Jarrow as the Wearmouth/Jarrow Monastery has attracted visitors from around the world to see one of the birth places of early Christianity.
There is a monastic garden to explore complete with a beehive with a viewing area to watch the bees work.

The grounds include an award winning visual footprint of the original monastery foundations complete with a footpath that has a timeline of Benedict Biscop's life and his creation of the monastery. The Bakehouse to the rear of the building has twelve stained glass windows showing the seasons ands references to The Venerable Bede.










Covered the works to install the visual footprint of the original monastery foundations etc over a few posts on the Sunderland & Durham Forum but time able to the interior of the church


https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/...meeting-house1

Sunderland Quaker Meeting House, 30 Roker Park Road, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, SR6

Sunderland Quaker Meeting House is over 100 years old and has beautiful features from both the Arts and Crafts period and Art Nouveau era. Take a look round this substantial town house, little altered, near Roker Park. Exhibition of memorabilia.

Quakers have been active in the area since 1653, but it was not until 1690 that Sunderland began to think about having its own Meeting House and Sunderland Friend, Robert Wardell was instrumental in setting one up. In 1697 James Backhouse died for his faith whilst a prisoner in Lancaster Jail.

The earliest surviving book of accounts is dated 1701. At that time Quakers were meeting in High Street West with their burial ground nearby. In the mid 1800's, they built a very large new meeting place in Nile Street where the Norfolk Hotel was part of its buildings.

Quakers then included the Binns family and the Backhouses and became a very prosperous Meeting. (Edward Backhouse 1808 – 1879 co-founded the Sunderland Echo as a radical irritant opposing causes such as the proposed Contagious Diseases Act to intimately examine and detain women thought to be prostitutes in seafaring towns. There was no mention of examining men).

That Meeting House survived until the 1960s when the current Edwardian house at 30 Roker Park Road was purchased. This graceful old house has been a peaceful oasis for many activities since then, but the main reason for its existence now, as in 1690, is as a worshipping community of Quakers, who make little noise about being here, but work very hard to bring light and truth into Sunderland just as Robert Wardell did all those years ago.


Still capable of being viewed Saturday 21 September: 1100-1700 &
Sunday 22 September: 1230-1700

Some fabulous timber joinery, especially on fireplaces, to be seen










AND

St Andrew's Church & associated Priestman Church Hall, Talbot Rd, Roker, Sunderland SR6 9PT, while not on the Heritage Open Days Tours listing took in a visit when passing on way to Seaburn metro station after visiting the above location to the see the exterior - unfortunately not open for an interior view

Text from http://sunderland-antiquarians.org/m...drew-s-church/

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St Andrew's was designed by Edward Schroeder Prior (1852-1932) who was born in London and, after graduating from the University of Cambridge, joined the office of a leading architect, Richard Norman Shaw who said of him, ‘once he gets a bit of a start, he won't want much help from anyone'.

St Andrew's is mostly built of grey magnesian limestone (quarried at Marsden a few miles to the north) and is a commanding structure that looks older than it is. Indeed, it has a majestic tower reminiscent of a castle keep.

Spaciousness and light are notable characteristics of the nave. So too, is a sense of power-mostly derived from five great elliptical arches spanning the nave. The arches are of reinforced concrete faced with stone.


Hence to some locals it nickname "the concrete church"



Main posting about the above to be made in due course over on appropriate threads of the "Sunderland & Durham" part of the Forum - but will include posts on this thread linking across to those

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170 High Street West - Coffee & Conversations

Posts #137 - 140 on https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...1985598&page=7

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Post #141 on https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...1985598&page=8


Sunderland Quaker Meeting House, 30 Roker Park Road, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, SR6

Posts #2228 - 2236 on https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...87425&page=112


St Andrew's Church & associated Priestman Church Hall, Talbot Rd, Roker, Sunderland SR6 9PT,

Posts #2238 - 2240 on https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...87425&page=112

AND posts #2241 - 2243 on https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...87425&page=113


St Peter’s Church, Monkwearmouth, Sunderland

Posts #2245 - 2259 on https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...87425&page=113

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Heritage Open days 2019 – Wallsend (Segedunum) Roman Fort and Museum & length of adjacent Roman Wall – information & pictures 19/09/19 Part 1 of 33

As part of Heritage Open Days 2019 event made a visit on Thursday 19/09/19 AM

https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/...hs-and-museum1

Segedunum Roman Fort, Baths and Museum,

Buddle Street, Wallsend, Tyne & Wear, NE28 6HR

Free admission to the museum and site. View exhibitions, the remains of the original Roman baths and a section of Hadrian's Wall guarded by the stunning Centurion sculpture Sentius Tectonicus.

Free admission to the museum and site. On Saturday and Sunday, guided tours of the fort and section of Hadrian's Wall, will be available. There will be an opportunity to see the Borderline Funny Exhibition; view the remains of the original Roman Baths and see a section of Hadrian's Wall. Also view the stunning Centurion sculpture installed to mark the eastern end of Hadrian's Wall trail.

Opening Times
Thursday 19 September: 1000-1700
Friday 20 September: 1000-1700
Saturday 21 September: 1000-1700, Tour 1130 & 1400
Sunday 22 September: 1000-1700, Tour 1130 & 1400


Turned up without booking, no problem

Made a contribution greater than what my concession entry fee would have been - well worth a visit to the site area noted above and area containing length of the Roman Wall on other side of main road


Information

Website, https://segedunumromanfort.org.uk/

From https://www.historic-uk.com/HistoryM...um-Roman-Fort/

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Wallsend (Segedunum) Roman Fort

Standing at the easternmost point of Hadrian’s Wall and guarding the mouth of the River Tyne lies the remains of the Roman fort of Segedunum. Built in AD127, Segedunum was in fact part of an extension to Hadrian’s Wall, built some five years after the main construction project had begun. The original eastern terminus to the wall was instead four miles to the west at Pons Aelius in the centre of modern day Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

The site today

Today there’s not much that remains of Segedunum, thanks to a large estate of Victorian terrace houses built directly on top of it in 1884. The estate was eventually knocked down in the 1970s, and the current remains and accompanying museum opened to the pubic in the late 1990s.

Regarding the remains of Segedunum itself, any mortared stone blocks are the actual remains of Roman buildings. However, where the foundations have been completely destroyed (i.e. most of the site!) there are cobbles and yellow kerbstones to mark the original lines of the walls.



From https://www.twmuseums.org.uk/news/ar...-fort-wallsend on 22/02/19

EXTRACT

A new archaeological report hailed as the definitive full account of the excavations of Hadrian's Wall at its eastern end has just been published.

Hadrian’s Wall at Wallsend is written by Paul Bidwell OBE, former Head of Archaeology at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums (TWAM), and encapsulates the knowledge gleaned from 28 years of intermittent excavations around Segedunum Roman Fort, Wallsend in North Tyneside. Taking place between 1988 and 2015, these digs culminated in the Treasury-funded project that saw the rediscovery of the fort’s baths as well as the public display of the full stretch of Wall remains.

The Hadrian’s Wall at Wallsend report represents an account of one of the most comprehensively excavated sections of Hadrian's Wall anywhere along its 73 mile length. The book can be purchased in the museum shop or online.

AND

The volume also includes an account of the building of the replica section of Hadrian’s Wall at Segedunum, constructed in 1996.



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Pictures by myself from Thursday 19/09/19 in period approx 1030 – 1230 showing views of Wallsend (Segedunum) Roman Fort and Museum (within museum, around the site and from outside the site) & views of the length of adjacent Roman Wall on other side of Buddle St, Wallsend

Views of the Wallsend (Segedunum) Roman Fort and Museum from outside the site

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From Station Rd/Buddle St





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Pictures by myself from Thursday 19/09/19 in period approx 1030 – 1230 showing views of Wallsend (Segedunum) Roman Fort and Museum (within museum, around the site and from outside the site) & views of the length of adjacent Roman Wall on other side of Buddle St, Wallsend

Artwork - Sentius Tectonicus by John O'Rourke













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The Tower Panorama viewing area and some of the views, through not too clean "glass" - difficult to get access due to the design

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