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Architecture of Newcastle upon Tyne

09 March 2013

1832 – Royal Arcade, Newcastle upon Tyne

Architect: John Dobson A fine shopping arcade constructed in the early 1830s. Designed by Newcastle architect John Dobson (1787-1865), and built by Newcastle developer Richard Grainger (1797-1861). Demolished in the 1960s.

24 October 2012

1887 – Jubilee Exhibition, Newcastle upon Tyne

In 1886 the Mayor of Newcastle requested the use of the Bull Park to hold the Royal Jubilee Exhibition in 1887 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s 50th year on the throne. The Royal Jubilee...

22 September 2012

1868 – The Mining Institute & Wood Memorial Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne

Architect: Archibald Matthias Dunn Now known as Neville Hall, a Grade II* listed building and home of the North of England Mining Institute. It was designed and built at the height of the...

30 October 2011

1855 – Design for Town Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne

Uncompleted design for extension to existing Town Hall in Newcastle.

08 March 2011

1883 – Royal Jubilee School, Newcastle upon Tyne

Architect: Dunn & Hansom Perspective view including plans published in The Building News, September 7th 1883. Never completed as designed, the cupola was never finished. Now demolished.

23 June 2010

1886 – Cooperative Society Warehouses & Offices, Newcastle upon Tyne

Architect: Oliver & Leeson Front Elevation including plans as published in The Building News. September 3rd 1886.

18 June 2010

1881 – St. Michaels Church, Newcastle upon Tyne

Architect: Dunn & Hansom Executed by Atkinson Bros. of Newcastle, and published in The Building News, December 18th 1891.

29 May 2010

1887 – All Saints Church, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne

Architect: Robert J. Johnson Perspective View with small plan & Interior View, published in The Building News, October 7th 1887.

20 May 2010

1932 – Northumberland County Council Offices, Newcastle upon Tyne

Architect: Cacket, Burns Dick & MacKellar Extension to the Northumberland County Council Offices, Newcastle-upon-Tyne constructed between 1931-32. Now the Vermont Hotel, a 4-star hotel.

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