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Cassie Building


The Cassie Building at Newcastle University was built in 1955. The main entrance is on Kensington Walk - a walkway between Claremont Road and Kensington Terrace. The building is named after William Fisher Cassie (1905-1985), who was Professor of Civil Engineering between 1943 and 1970, at Kings College, Durham University in Newcastle, which subsequently became Newcastle University.

Newcastle University Kensington Terrace Local List Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle Claremont Road 1955
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Cassie Building
- Cassie Building, Newcastle University. SW side. Photo by 'Ultra7', 5th September 2013. Public Domain photo c/o Wikimedia Commons.

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Cassie Building
- Cassie Building, Newcastle University. NW end. Photo by 'Ultra7', 5th September 2013. Public Domain image, c/o Wikimedia Commons.

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Cassie Building
- Cassie Building, Newcastle University. SW side. Photo by 'Ultra7', 5th September 2013. Public Domain image, c/o Wikimedia Commons.

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Simon Cotterill
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Tyne and Wear HER(9769): Newcastle University, Fisher Cassie Building
- "1955 similar style to Stephenson Building (HER 9768). LOCAL LIST..."

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Tyne & Wear HER: 9769
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