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Re: Tyneside Inn, Coxhoe
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 24 March 09 17:56 GMT (UK) »
here is another pic on this website (23rd one down)

http://www.bermac.co.uk/coxhoe1.htm
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Re: Tyneside Inn, Coxhoe
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 24 March 09 18:49 GMT (UK) »
Hello Heatha

I've located the Tyneside Inn although it wasn't the building I was thinking of!


Does the position agree with what I said earlier  ???.
On the 1894-99 map at http://gis.durham.gov.uk/website/interMAP/viewer.htm there is an inn marked on the other side of the road from the Red Lion, and this could be the Tyneside Inn.

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Re: Tyneside Inn, Coxhoe
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 24 March 09 19:34 GMT (UK) »
Hello Heatha

I've located the Tyneside Inn although it wasn't the building I was thinking of!


Does the position agree with what I said earlier  ???.
On the 1894-99 map at http://gis.durham.gov.uk/website/interMAP/viewer.htm there is an inn marked on the other side of the road from the Red Lion, and this could be the Tyneside Inn.

Stan

Sorry Stan but I'm afraid not; the Tyneside inn was further down nearer to Bowburn and literally NEXT door to the " Old Red Lion" not opposite. There is an existing pub called "The Red Lion" still in Coxhoe and there was a pub over the road from this (can't remember if it was The Black Horse) but not the one Heatha is looking for   
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Re: Tyneside Inn, Coxhoe
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 24 March 09 19:40 GMT (UK) »
Hello Pudden & Stan,

Thanks for all your help and the super photos and links. As I am typing your last message came in, Pudden, and saved me explaining to Stan. Thanks again.

It looks like another trip to Coxhoe in the near future. I need to go back to the churchyard as last time I was there it was too cold to stay and look at all the headstones.

Thanks again to you both.

Heatha
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Re: Tyneside Inn, Coxhoe
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 24 March 09 19:59 GMT (UK) »
Glad to be of help Heatha : I'm happy to have a look around the graveyard in the meantime if you like? There is an exceptionally good sweetie shop in Coxhoe that I could round off the visit with...
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Re: Tyneside Inn, Coxhoe
« Reply #14 on: Wednesday 25 March 09 16:30 GMT (UK) »

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Sorry Stan but I'm afraid not; the Tyneside inn was further down nearer to Bowburn and literally NEXT door to the " Old Red Lion" not opposite. There is an existing pub called "The Red Lion" still in Coxhoe and there was a pub over the road from this (can't remember if it was The Black Horse) but not the one Heatha is looking for   
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Hi

The Inn opposite the Red Lion in Blackgate was the Three Tuns, which is now converted into flats and known as the Corner House. It's situated on the crossroads.

Trade Directories from 1855 & 1858 list Mary Lynn as the innkeeper of the Tyneside, In 1890 Martin Bell was now the licensee and in 1914 William Pattison Chisholm continued to keep the pub.

The Black Horse ( now demolished) was situated at the top of Station Road East on the southern edge of the village beside the old A177 trunk road.

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Re: Tyneside Inn, Coxhoe
« Reply #15 on: Sunday 29 March 09 11:48 BST (UK) »
Thanks - it's amazing what you learn!

Thanks for the offer, Pudden, but I need to go myself - I just take photos of likely names on the offchance and normally it all pays off.

Maybe over Easter .... Where is the sweetie shop by the way?

Heatha
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Re: Tyneside Inn, Coxhoe
« Reply #16 on: Sunday 29 March 09 12:48 BST (UK) »
Nothing like a good root about in the flesh is there :) Sweetie shop is called Leng's and is over the road give or take a few yards, from Tyneside Cottages/Inn. It has lot and lots of jar of sweets/sherbert etc and lots of 'penny' mix up sweets as well (white mice, prawns, jelly beer bottles, liquorice etc) . Chap who owns it is a mine of local info as well so worth it for 'ket' and gossip ;D
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Re: Tyneside Inn, Coxhoe
« Reply #17 on: Sunday 29 March 09 13:38 BST (UK) »
 ;) That sounds great - I can feel a trip to Coxhoe coming on the week after this next one  :)

And a few pounds going on  :(  but I can then work them off rooting around the churchyard  ;)
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