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Benwell Lane


Benwell Lane is one of the oldest parts of todays Benwell. It has a number of listed buildings including Benwell Towers (1831),  St James' Church (1833), and the former Royal Victoria School for the Blind

Benwell Royal Victoria School for the Blind (1838 - 1985) Benwell Towers Church of St. James, Benwell
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008674:The Well Benwell Lane Benwell Unknown c.1925

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022342:Benwell Grange Benwell Lane Benwell Unknown 1973

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017175:Benwell Towers Benwell Lane Benwell Signey James 1968

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015425:Benwell House Benwell, Lane Benwell 1830

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064152:St. James Church Atkinson Road/Benwell Lane Benwell Maybury Malcolm 1997

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050919:Benwell Lane Benwell Unknown c.1929

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008792:Benwell Lane Benwell Newcastle upon Tyne 1902

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Royal Victoria School for the Blind (1838 - 1985)
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Royal Victoria School for the Blind (1838 - 1985)
- "The Royal Victoria Asylum for the blind was established from a fund to mark the coronation of Queen Victoria in 1837 and was originally located at the Spital before moving ...
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Lodge south of Wellburn House, Benwell Lane

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