Hebburn

Hebburn is a small town situated on the south bank of the River Tyne in North East England, sandwiched between the towns of Jarrow and Bill Quay. The population of Hebburn is 18,808.

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Hebburn Town F.C.
... Hebburn Town F.C ... is an English football club based in Hebburn, Tyne and Wear ... of Division One of the Northern League and play at the Hebburn Sports Social Ground ...
Richmond Vale Railway Line - Locomotives - 3013
26 whilst at Hebburn that required the hiring of a South Maitland Railways locomotive and since that SMR was short of locos due to the state of their loco fleet at the time, JABAS purchased 4-6-4T ... This loco was delivered to Hebburn Colliery at Weston on 15 May 1967, where it remained until the closure of Hebburn No ...
South Maitland Railway - Locomotives - Hebburn Line Locomotives
... Locomotives 1, 2, 3, 62XX, 2020 ... were Hebburn Ltd locomotives and worked the branch lines to Hebburn Nos.1 2 Collieries Elrington COlliery ... When loco No.1 failed in 1967 and since Hebburn Ltd was now part of Coal Allied, J A Brown No.26 was placed on loan to Hebburn. 3013, which although despite being bought for the Richmond Vale Railway was transferred to Hebburn upon purchase from the Department of Railways ...
Hebburn Hall
... Hebburn Hall also known as Ellison Hall is a 17th-century country mansion, which has been converted into residential apartments and houses, situated at Hebburn, South ... Long before the Manor of Hebburn was subsumed by the conurbation of Newcastle upon Tyne, the estate was acquired by the Ellisons, a family of merchant ...
Hebburn - Notable Citizens
... F.C Jason Cook, comedian, writer of the BBC sitcom Hebburn, raised in the town Andrew Leslie Shipbuilder Arthur Holmes 20th century geologist Wilfred Milne Footballer George Armstrong footballer with ...