List number: 1024886
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ2504764044

Cathedral Buildings, Dean Street, Newcastle


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017170:Cathedral Buildings Dean Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1967

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049708:Cathedral Buildings Dean Street Newcastle upon Tyne Manders Frank 1987

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053716:Cathedral Buildings Dean Street Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1988

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Cathedral Buildings

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Cathedral Buildings, Dean Street

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The rear entrance to Cathedral Buildings, Dean Street, NE1

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'Vampire Rabbit', St Nicholas Church Yard

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The Vampire Rabbit

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Detail of Cathedral Buildings, Dean Street, Newcastle (1)

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Detail of Cathedral Buildings, Dean Street, Newcastle (2)

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Cathedral Buildings, Dean Street

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The rear of Cathedral Buildings, Dean Street, NE1

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Buildings around St. Nicholas's churchyard

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CATHEDRAL BUILDINGS - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Shops and offices, now including restaurant. Dated cartouche 1901, by Oliver, Leeson and Wood. Cast iron ground floor columns; 3 floors of brick with ashlar ornament; rendered attic storey and ...

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