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Agriculture Building


The Agriculture Building at Newcastle University was built in 1964, designed by W.B. Edwards & Partners. It is located on the corner of Kings's Road and St Thomas' Street.

Newcastle University King's Road St Thomas' Street
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Agriculture Building, King's Road, Newcastle

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020255:St. Thomas Street Newcastle upon Tyne Signey J. 1969

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Agriculture Building, Newcastle University. NW facade.
- Agriculture Building, Newcastle University, 7 September 2013. Photo by 'Ultra7'. Public domain image c/o Wikimedia Commons.

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Agriculture Building, Newcastle University. SE facade.
- Agriculture Building, Newcastle University, 7 September 2013. Photo by 'Ultra7'. Public domain image c/o Wikimedia Commons.

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Agriculture Building, Newcastle University. SW end.
- Agriculture Building, Newcastle University, 7 September 2013. Public domain photo by 'Ultra7' c/o Wikimedia Commons.

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King's Road
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King's Road
- Overview Map Street View King's Road runs through the centre of the main campus of Newcastle University (parts now restricted for vehicle access). The road runs north-eastwards from St Thomas ...

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Tyne & Wear HER: 9764
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