This leaflet and the places you can visit will give an insight into the background of Robert Stephenson's upbringing, education, early career and creation of impressive engineering structures which remain in daily use as part of life in the North East.
1) 5 Greenfield Place
2) Central Station
3) Robert Stephenson & Co.
4) Stephenson Monument
5) The North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers
6) Literary and Philosophical Society
7) Alderman Fenwick's House, Formerly the Queen's Head Hotel
8) Dean Street Arch
9) High Level Bridge
10) Skew bridge in masonry and plate girder
Plus Royal Border Bridge, East Coast Main Line Viaducts, Dial Cottage, St Bartholomew's Parish Church, Willington Quay, Hownes Gill Viaduct, Victoria Viaduct and Sunderland Bridge over the Wear
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