Brandling Park


Brandling Park is road and the name of a small park in the Brandling Village area in the suburb of Jesmond, in Newcastle. The park has a men's and women's bowling club. It is linked to Exhibition Park by a lit underpass. Brandling Park has rows of early 19th century terrace of houses, some of which are Grade 2 Listed. NE2 4RR

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Tyne and Wear HER(8871): Brandling Village, Brandling Park, Nos. 8 to 13
- "Terrace of houses. Early C19. Brick with ashlar basements and dressings; Welsh slate roofs. L-plan. Basements, 3 storeys and attics; No. 8 3 bays, others 2 bays. Steps up to ...

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Brandling Park, NE2

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Brandling Park

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Brandling Park, NE2 (2)

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Brandling Park, Newcastle Upon Tyne

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Bowling Green, Brandling Park

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A Middle East Soldier Revisits Britain- Life in Wartime Newcastle-upon-tyne, England, UK, 1943
- "Men and women sit on and stand behind benches as they watch the progress of a game of bowls on Brandling Park Bowling Green in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. A young mother pushes ...

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055387:Brandling Park Jesmond Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1897/8

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055384:Brandling Park Jesmond Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1897

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023421:Brandling Park Jesmond City Engineers 1975

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