Central Arcade, Newcastle


The Central Arcade was built in 1906 and designed by Oswald and Son, of Newcastle. It is contained within the Central Exchange Buildings built Richard Grainger in 1837. The arcade replaced the interior of the Exchange Building, which was badly damaged by fires in 1867 and 1901. The arcade cuts through from Grey Street to Market Street and also has an entrance on Grainger Street

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Central Arcade

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Central Arcade

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Central Arcade, Newcastle Upon Tyne

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Central Arcade detail, Newcastle Upon Tyne

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Central arcade

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Central Arcade

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Tiles

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Central Arcade - Newcastle

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Central Arcade, Newcastle upon Tyne

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1906

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Mosaic

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Central Arcade, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Central Arcade, Newcastle, April 2009 (2)

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Central Arcade, Grey Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne

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Central Arcade, Grey Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne

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Central Arcade, Grey Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne

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2014 Mar 08 - Central arcade #6

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046892:Central Arcade Newcastle upon Tyne unknown December 1906

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016131:Central Arcade Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1967

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Hollywood Hat Shop Window

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Tor432, Central Arcade, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Tor443, Cental Arcade, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Grainger Street
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Grainger Street
- Grainger Street is one of the main streets in Newcastle, named after Richard Grainger, built as part of his redevelopment of the city centre 1824-1841. The street joins Grey Street at the ...
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061539:Central Arcade Newcastle upon Tyne Maybury Malcolm 1995

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Central Arcade, Grainger Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Central Arcade, off Grainger Street, NE1

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Burmantofts tile in the Central Arcade, off Grainger Street, NE1

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Date tile in the Central Arcade, off Grainger Street, NE1

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The north end of Central Arcade, off Grainger Street, NE1

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Goods entrance to the Central Exchange Buildings, Market Street, NE1

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Entrance to the Central Arcade, Market Street, NE1

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Central Arcade, Grainger Street, Newcastle

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