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110-116 Grey Street, Newcastle

Nos. 110-116 Grey Street, Newcastle, is an Edwardian building, originally the Victoria Music Hall, and later a billiard salon. Then in 1914, the building was remodelled by White and Stephenson to become a cinema (initally Newcastle Picture House and in 1922 renamed Grey Street Picture House), which closed in 1940. The building is now occupied by the HSBC Bank. Local List. 

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112-116 Grey Street, NE1

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Tyne and Wear HER(6447): Newcastle, Grey Street, Nos. 110-116, HSBC Bank
- The building was previously the Victoria Music Hall before becoming a billiard salon. In 1914 it was converted by White and Stephenson into an early cinema. The remodelled frontage features …

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[53071] Newcastle : 110-118 Grey Street

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Tyne & Wear HER: 6447
Borough: Newcastle
Grid ref: NZ24896441


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