List number: 1024904
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 5065
Grid ref: NZ2478665561

Bandstand, Exhibition Park, Newcastle


The octagonal bandstand in Exhibition Park, Newcastle, was built c.1875. The bandstand was renovated as part of a wider restoration scheme for Exhibition Park in 2015. The bandstand is Grade II listed.

Photoshere - a little disjointed!

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012510:Exhibition Park Spital Tongues Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1910

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Bandstand, Exhibition Park

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Bandstand, Exhibition Park

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Bandstand, Exhibition Park (detail)

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BANDSTAND IN EXHIBITION PARK - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Bandstand. Circa 1875. Painted base obscured by planting; cast iron with zinc roof. Octagonal platform has scrolled iron balustrade; thin columns support arches with decorative spandrels. Round-topped incurved roof has ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(5065): Newcastle, Exhibition Park, Bandstand
- "Only surviving element of the 1887 Royal Jubilee Exhibition (see HER 5063). Bandstand. Circa 1875. Painted base obscured by planting. Cast iron with zinc roof. Octagonal platform has scrolled iron ...

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Band Stand

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Bandstand on Town Moor

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Exhibition Park - Bandstand

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