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These images are all connected with Molly's story in some way. If you click on the picture, you'll either be taken to a website to learn more about it, or you'll see a larger version of the image.  You can then scroll through from image to image by clicking the arrow on the right.

Capital and Labour by John Leech
Capital and Labour by John Leech
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People's History Museum, Manchester
People's History Museum, Manchester
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Working Class Movement Library, Salford
Working Class Movement Library, Salford
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King's Bench Prison
King's Bench Prison
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King's Bench Prison Yard
King's Bench Prison Yard
Bewick's Engraving of a farmyard
Bewick's Engraving of a farmyard
Manchester Cathedral from the River Irwell
Manchester Cathedral from the River Irwell
Peterloo Warning Poster
Peterloo Warning Poster
The fatal meeting was held the following Monday, 16th August 1819
Map of the area of St Peter's Fields
Map of the area of St Peter's Fields
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The Massacre
The Massacre
Contemporary map of Barnard Castle
Contemporary map of Barnard Castle
Streatlam Castle, County Durham
Streatlam Castle, County Durham
Middleton in Teesdale
Middleton in Teesdale
Path to Cotherstone
Path to Cotherstone
Cotherstone Friends Meeting House
Cotherstone Friends Meeting House
Unthank Farm, Stanhope
Unthank Farm, Stanhope
Lead being transported
Lead being transported
The Weardale Moors
The Weardale Moors
Coming into the Land of Oak & Iron
Coming into the Land of Oak & Iron
Shotley Bridge, home of the German sword-makers
Shotley Bridge, home of the German sword-makers
Derwentcote Steel Furnace
Derwentcote Steel Furnace
Remains of dwellings at Derwentcote
Remains of dwellings at Derwentcote
Gibside Hall
Gibside Hall
Gibside's Orangery
Gibside's Orangery
Martha Helen Davidson's sketch
Martha Helen Davidson's sketch
'The Big Meeting' on Newcastle Town Moor in the wake of Peterloo
'The Big Meeting' on Newcastle Town Moor in the wake of Peterloo
Winlaton
Winlaton
A large contingent of ironworkers went to the meeting, led by Joe Cowen.
Winlaton flats
Winlaton flats
The staircase up the outside was typical of the style of housing. Winlaton's library was up just such a staircase.
Many typical Winlaton houses were altered or demolished in the middle of the C20th
The Newcastle Art Academy
The Newcastle Art Academy
Newcastle's Literary and Philosophical Society
Newcastle's Literary and Philosophical Society
The foundation stone was laid in 1822 by the Duke of Sussex
Grey Street
Grey Street
Grainger and Dobson's redevelopment of Newcastle took place in the 1820s and 30s
Medieval to modern
Medieval to modern
Newcastle's narrow alleyways and medieval streets were replaced with grand buildings, but the Castle was preserved.
Berwick upon Tweed
Berwick upon Tweed
Blaydon Co-operative Society
Blaydon Co-operative Society
One of the first in the north east
St Cuthbert's Church, Blaydon
St Cuthbert's Church, Blaydon
The first Chain Bridge across the Tyne at Blaydon
The first Chain Bridge across the Tyne at Blaydon
View over Blaydon from Summerhill
View over Blaydon from Summerhill
Cottage at Path Head
Cottage at Path Head
Stella Hall, bought by Joe Cowen in 1850
Stella Hall, bought by Joe Cowen in 1850
Cowen's Brickworks
Cowen's Brickworks
The 'Low Yard' with Summerhill in the background
Cowen's Cut
Cowen's Cut
A composite photo by Dennis Shaw
Blaydon's Garibaldi Statue
Blaydon's Garibaldi Statue
Click on the photo to read about the statue