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coal house

A subsidiary building for the storage of coal; often connected to a blacksmith’s shop.
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Those taking part in Coal House At War will swap modern luxuries for the chance to sample the reality of the 1940s - a lifestyle that includes rationing, fear of air raids, black-outs and "Digging for Victory" as those on the home front learn to become self-sufficient.
18- 21 January - north and southbound full carriageway closure between J67 Coal House and J69 A184 Gateshead Quays.
For wife Steph, who viewers saw in tears on Monday's programme, the Coal House experience is putting life into perspective.
The BBC's laudable Coal House programme has quickly caught the viewing public's imagination with its recreation of life as it was really lived in 1927.
And while motorists face another year of delays on the four-mile stretch between the Metrocentre and Coal House junction, as a third lane in both directions is added and a traffic-easing link road between Lobley Hill and Gateshead Quay junctions is built, Highways England said it is on course for a spring 2016 completion.
The Coal House to Metrocentre stretch of the A1 was built 40 years ago and is considered to be one of the most congested bits of road in the Highways Agency's network.
Contract award: A1 Coal House to Metro Centre (previoulsy named Lobley Hill to Dunston Improvement).
The couple and their six other children took part in BBC Wales' Coal House.
Tonight, viewers will get a glimpse of the harsh realities of life 80 years ago when the BBC Wales series Coal House is screened for the first time.
5 mile stretch of the road between junction 67 at Coal House and junction 65 near Birtley is set to be widened.
It follows work to turn the A1 into a three-lane carriageway between Coal House and the Metro Centre in 2016.