Wearmouth

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Wearmouth Rail Bridge
54.9099°N 1.3835°W / 54.9099 -1.3835 (Wearmouth railway bridge) Monkwearmouth railway bridge Wearmouth Rail Bridge (left), Wearmouth road ... The bridge lies adjacent to and upstream of the Wearmouth road bridge ...
List Of Crossings Of The River Wear - Sunderland To The North Sea
... road, foot) Bridge at Galley's Gill - proposed (foot) Queen Alexandra Bridge, A1231 (road) Wearmouth Rail Bridge (rail/Tyne and Wear Metro) Wearmouth Bridge, A1018 (road ...
Monkwearmouth
... The borough stretches from Wearmouth Bridge to the harbour mouth on the north side of the river and is one of the oldest parts of Sunderland ... is also the home of the Stadium of Light, which was opened on the site of the abandoned Wearmouth Colliery in July 1997, and is the home of the football club Sunderland A.F.C ... Wearmouth Colliery was closed in December 1993, and had been in operation for over 100 years ...
Ronnie Wearmouth
... Ronald "Ronnie" Wearmouth (born 17 July 1950) is a former Australian rules footballer ... Wearmouth gave great service to the Collingwood cause over a career which spanned 13 years and included four Grand Finals (1977 (twice), 1979 1980) ...
List Of Australian Rules Football Families - W - Wearmouth
... Dick Wearmouth Ronnie Wearmouth Dick was the father of Ronnie. ...