The following information is from the book, The Streets of Hebburn; if you can help update or correct it, please let me know, thank you:
AGINCOURT: Accessed via Wagonway Road and Cavalier View.
Replaced Railway Terrace (on Wagonway Road), and also The Hebburn Boiler Works.
Cock Crow Lane, ran through Agincourt, in a direct line after the present McIntyre Street, across Wagonway Road, and down to Cock Crow Well, which once sat where the ring of trees presently separates the Shipyard (just south of the dockyard), from Agincourt.
101 homes. 12 of them built in 1988.
In 1850, this was known as ‘Jarrow Wood House, and surrounding buildings’, occupied by John Redhead, and leased from landowner Cuthbert Ellison.
Named after: Royal Navy Destroyer, HMS Agincourt (D86) – named in honour of the Battle of Agincourt, fought in 1415. Built Hebburn, 1943 by R & W Hawthorne, Leslie & Co Ltd.
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