Alderman Fenwick's House


98 Pilgrim StreetNumber 98 Pilgrim Street is one of the oldest buildings in Newcastle, built c.1670. Originally built as a merchant's house, it later took its name from Alderman Fenwick, who was Mayor of Newcastle in 1720. Later it became a coaching inn; The Queen's Head, where Charles Dickens once stayed, and later still the building was used for the Liberal Club. The building underwent extensive restoration in 1997, and is now offices.

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Alderman Fenwick's House

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Alderman Fenwick's House, Newcastle

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Tyne and Wear HER(6972): Newcastle, Pilgrim Street, No. 98, Alderman Fenwick's House
- "Merchant's house, later The Queen's Head Inn and latterly Liberal Club. Now offices. Third quarter of seventeenth century, with eighteenth century alterations. English garden wall bond brick, renewed ...

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Alderman Fenwick's House, Pilgrim Street
- "A C17 merchant's house, built around 1670, and one of the oldest preserved buildings in Newcastle. Alderman Fenwick was Mayor of Newcastle in 1720. It was later a coaching ...

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066565a:Alderman Fenwick's House Pilgrim Street Newcastle upon Tyne Denness B. 1976

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066565b:Alderman Fenwick's House Pilgrim Street Newcastle upon Tyne Denness B. 1976

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066591:Mummified cat Alderman Fenwick's House Pilgrim Street Newcastle upon Tyne Nolan John 1990

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Alderman Fenwick's House, #98 Pilgrim Street
- "This house at 98 Pilgrim Street is one of the most important mercantile town houses in any city in the North of England. With medieval origins, it occupies two burgage ...

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Pilgrim Street, Newcastle
- Pilgrim Street was one of the most important streets in medieval Newcastle. William Gray's Chorographia (1649) described Pilgrim Street as "the longest and fairest street in the Town. In it ...

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