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Sunderland Shipbuilding

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North East campaigners welcome mulitmillion asbestos related cancer research
The cash will fund a new centre into the lifelimiting condition which has had a devastating effect on former shipyard workers in Newcastle and Sunderland, as well as places like Washington and South Tyneside.
REVIEW: La Familia, Silksworth Row, Sunderland
First calendar to spotlight Sunderland's shipbuilding heritage launched
“My dad was in the Royal Navy and shipyards, and my older brother worked on the tugs. I saw my first launch at five and was bitten by the bug.
Campaign launched to bring historic Sunderland ship “home”
72 displayed on the Wear and restored to her former glory, as a memorial to the days when Sunderland was the biggest shipbuilding town in the world. But, although the current owner has kindly agreed to sell the ship for £40,000 - the scrap metal value ...
Through the decades in the North East - 1930-39: Jarrow March and start of
The country's traditional heavy industries – coal mining, shipbuilding, iron and textile manufacture – were increasingly uncompetitive in the world market, a market that was even more depressed after the 1929 Wall Street crash.

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