George Stephenson


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English railway pioneer who built the first passenger railway in 1825 (1781-1848)

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Construction was overseen by railway pioneer George Stephenson for colliery owners Lord Ravensworth and partners.
Councillor John Stirling said: "I'm really pleased that the staff and pupils at George Stephenson have taken on the carbon cutting challenge with such great enthusiasm.
George Stephenson High School's International Day will be held on tomorrow and will see the school transformed into a hub of multiculturalism, with a wide variety of activities taking place to highlight and raise awareness of traditions within other cultures.
Construction was overseen by George Stephenson for collier owners Lord Ravensworth and Partners while the Hauler House was built in 1913 during an upgrading of the line.
George Stephenson has become known as the Father of the Railways.
Milly Melling in Year 7 wrote a poem about her time at school so far: George Stephenson High School is a great place to learn, though on the first day your stomach might churn, Meeting with your friends and learning in new ways, starring in all of the school plays, Teachers try their hardest for pupils to succeed, Teachers give pupils what they need, With over one thousand students in the school, You will be a little fish in a big pool, But nobody is afraid to learn in a different way, So come along to George Stephenson High School today
The George Stephenson Birthplace cafe is open Saturdays and Sundays 11am-3pm over the winter.
George Stephenson is one of seven schools in the UK and India that will benefit form a SOLE classroom.
POSITIVE ETHOS Head Ian Wilkinson with pupils at George Stephenson High School after the school's outstanding Ofsted report
NORTH East railway pioneer George Stephenson is to be invested into an engineering hall of fame.
FOR North East railway pioneer George Stephenson it has been a life of grime for the last 150 years.
His name was George Stephenson, who was employed by Killingworth Colliery and would later go down in history as one of the great railway pioneers.
Chairman of the Lit and Phil, Paul Gailiunas with the George Stephenson Lamp
LNE and EM Route, 4th Floor, George Stephenson House