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    By: David Porter16th Oct 2018 6:48PMThis is Pacific Park. Pacific Street runs along on the right hand side. The Coal Monument can be seen in the foreground. The Coal Monument was erected by the citizens of Newcastle as symbolic of the coal mining industry for which the city of Newcastle was famous. The foundation stone of the "Coal Monument" was laid during the jubilee celebrations of the incorporation of the municipality of Newcastle in 1859. (It is position 2 on the map as it has been moved.)
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