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Sunderland cottages

Sunderland expanded rapidly during the Victorian era, as it became a centre for coal-mining and shipbuilding. To provide housing for workers, streets of terraced bungalows were built and then sold to skilled workers who could afford to buy them. This was a different approach to many other towns and cities, hence this type of housing is called "Sunderland cottages".

Further information can be found on the Sunderland Heritage website: LinkExternal link
by Malc McDonald

Created: Sat, 26 Apr 2014, Updated: Sat, 26 Apr 2014

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NZ3955 : Ennerdale, Sunderland by Malc McDonald
NZ3756 : Brookland Road, Sunderland by Malc McDonald
NZ3755 : Kitchener Street, Sunderland by Malc McDonald
NZ3959 : Lee Street, Fulwell, Sunderland by Malc McDonald
NZ4059 : Mere Knolls Road, Roker, near Sunderland by Malc McDonald
NZ4152 : Scotland Street, Ryhope by Malc McDonald
NZ3756 : Bancroft Terrace, Sunderland by Malc McDonald
NZ3958 : Eglinton Street, Sunderland by Malc McDonald
NZ3756 : Westwood Street, Sunderland by Malc McDonald

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