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6 weekly downloads LUTES Land Use and Technology Evolution Simulator Optris IR thermometer Retrieved 3 April 2008Retrieved 3 April 2008Retrieved 10 March 2009Sunderland EchoIt takes place primarily along the sea front at Roker and Seaburn,2011 Census White British Asian Black Millfield population 11,958 73.5% 17.6% 2.5% Sunderland (Urban Subdivision) population 174,286 93.6% 3.4% 0.7% Metropolitan Borough of Sunderland population 275,506 94.8% 2.6% 0.5% The only professional sporting team in Sunderland is the football team, Sunderland A.F.C., which was formed in 1879 and was elected to the Football League in 1890.[123] The club, which currently plays in the FA Premier League but now has been relegated to the sky bet championship as of 29th April 2017 after losing to Bournemouth 1-0, is based at the 49,000 seat capacity Stadium of Light, which was opened in 1997.[124] Sunderland A.F.C also has the north-east's top women's football team, Sunderland A.F.CTerms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Other industry[edit]

Twin towns and sister cities[edit]The resulting image file, in turn, isIn 2006, Grand Central Railway announced plans to operate a direct service between Sunderland and London King's Cross via York, a service which had been stripped from Wearside twenty years earlierSt Peter's Church in MonkwearmouthMichael's Church, built as Bishopwearmouth Parish Church and now known as Sunderland Minster and StThe A690 Durham Road terminates in the city centre, and runs to Crook, County Durham via the city of DurhamRetrieved 18 January 2007

Contents 1 Governance 2 Geography 2.1 Suburbs 3 Demography 3.1 Religion 4 Economy 4.1 Regeneration 4.2 Ship building and coal mining 4.3 Other industry 5 Transport 5.1 The Port 5.2 Rail 5.3 Metro 5.4 Road 5.5 Bus 5.6 Cycle 6 Culture 6.1 Literature and art 6.2 Music 6.3 Theatre 6.4 Media, film and television 7 History 7.1 Early history 7.2 17th and 18th centuries 7.3 19th century 7.4 Victoria Hall Disaster 7.5 20th and 21st centuries 7.6 Events 7.7 Attractions 8 Sport 9 Education 10 Twin towns and sister cities 11 Notable residents 12 See also 13 References 14 External links In Autumn 2007 the Southern Radial Route was opened2 January 2008^ "Libraries"In 2009, the club was taken into private ownership under the name Campus and hosted N-Dubz, Ocean Colour Scene, Little Boots, Gary Numan and Showaddywaddy but has since been returned to the university.[citation needed] The former students' union Wearmouth Hall hosted Voice of the Beehive, Manic Street Preachers, The Primitives and Radiohead before closing in 1992There are no motorways that run through the Sunderland urban areaIn Thornholme, 89.4% are white (86.3% White British), 7.8% are Asian and 1.3% are mixed-race.[9] The 2001 census also recorded a substantial concentration of Greek nationals, living mainly in Central and Thornholme wards

From 1998 to 2004, Northern Spirit and subsequently Arriva Trains Northern ran bihourly direct trains from Sunderland to Liverpool Lime Street via Durham, Darlington, York, Leeds and ManchesterHere is a table comparing Millfield with Sunderland and the wider City of Sunderland Metropolitan Borough"The show must go on"1 January 2006^ "The University"The National Glass Centre on Liberty Way also exhibits a number of glass sculptures^ "Victims of the Victoria Hall Calamity"Andrew's Roker, known as the "Cathedral of the Arts and Crafts Movement", contains work by William Morris, Ernest Gimson and Eric Gill.[115] St Mary's Catholic Church is the earliest surviving Gothic revival church in the city.[116]In 2011, the least ethnically diverse ward was the Northside suburb Redhill which was 99.0% White (98.3% White British), 0.3% Asian and 0.1% Black.[10] Redhill is closely followed by Fulwell which was 98.2% White British (99.0% White)

Retrieved 26 February 2007Sunderland EchoVaux Breweries was established in the town centre in the 1880s and for 110 years was a major employer4 March 2008Originally the River Quarter, the site was renamed Limelight in 2005, and renamed in 2008, when it became Sunniside LeisureThe Port of Sunderland is the second largest municipally owned port in the U.K.[40] The port offers a total of 17 quays[41] handling cargoes including forest products, non-ferrous metals, steel, aggregates and refined oil products, limestone, chemicals and maritime cranes.[40] It also handles offshore supply vessels and has ship repair and drydocking facilitiesBBC websiteIt supports RAW, JPEG, JPEG 2000, JPEG-LS16 October 2013Retrieved 23 January 2007 8347f4cb16
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