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Banqueting House (ruins)


The Banqueting House in Jesmond Dene, was built 1860-1862, designed by John Dobson for Lord William Armstrong. The ruins of the banqueting house are Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. 

Jesmond Dene 1862 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Jesmond Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle Tyne & Wear Building Preservation Trust
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Jesmond Dene - Banqueting Hall

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House (derelict)

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Jesmond Dene Banqueting Hall

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Jesmond Dene Banqueting Hall
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Banqueting House with added gatehouse and other extensions - Jesmond - List Entry
- "The Banqueting House of 1860-62 to the designs of John Dobson for Sir William (later Lord) Armstrong, extended to provide a gatehouse, reception hall and art gallery in 1869/70 ...

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List number: 1024855
List grade: 2
Borough: Newcastle
Post code: NZ2605166548

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