Carliol Square


From 1839, there was a railway station at Carliol Square, which was the western terminus of the Newcastle and North Shields Railway. Later the station closed following the extension of the line to the new Newcastle Central Station in 1850.
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015413: Carliol Square, Newcastle upon Tyne

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018436:Clergy Jubilee Schools Carliol Square Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1968

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017772:Carliol Square Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1969

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008508:Carliol Square Newcastle upon Tyne 1957

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022084:Bamburgh House Carliol Square Newcastle upon Tyne Signey James 1972

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021608:Carliol Square Central Newcastle Upon Tyne Signey J. 1971

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066681:Duke of Wellington Hotel Carliol Square Unknown 1969

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016977:Fifteenth century tower Austin Friary Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1969

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