Carliol Street


Carliol Street runs from Market Street to Carliol Square and runs on into John Dobson Street. The street takes its name from the 13th Century Carliol Tower, which used to be located near to where Carliol Street meets John Dobson Street. 

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035367:Carliol Street Newcastle upon Tyne Dept of Environmental Health c.1935

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035364:Carliol Street Newcastle upon Tyne Dept of Environmental Health c.1935

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022231:Carliol Street Newcastle upon Tyne Signey J. 1972

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025296:Carliol Street Central Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1967

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015318:The New Railway Trafalgar Street/Carliol Place 1966

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042425:Carliol Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1900

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Carliol Tower
- Carliol Tower was a 2 storey semi-circular tower that was on the north-east section of the Medieval town walls of Newcastle. The upper room was rib-vaulted, and based on cannon ...
Market Street, Newcastle
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Market Street, Newcastle
- Overview Street View Market Street in Newcastle runs from the west of the city centre near the central motorway to Grainger Street and the Grainger Market. Most of the buildings ...
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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 ...

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