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Centurion Bar, Newcastle Central Station


The Centurion Bar was originally built in 1893 as a grand waiting lounge and bar for first class passengers, designed by John Dobson as part of Newcastle Central Station (Grade 1 Listed). The lounge closed in the 1960’s and for a time was used as cells by British Transport Police! In 2000 the building was acquired and restored by Keeping Inn Ltd and run as a bar.
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Centurion Bar, Newcastle Central Station

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The Centurion Newcastle

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The Centurion Newcastle
- Official Website of the bar.

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The Centurion Bar, Newcastle Central station

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Centurion Bar Newcastle

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Centurion Bar Newcastle

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Centurion Bar 2

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The Centurion Bar

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Inside the Centurion Bar on Central Station

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Central Railway Station; passenger buildings and train shed with platforms
- "Railway station. 1845-50 by John Dobson for the York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway Company; portico 1860 by Prosser for North Eastern Railway Company; extended c.1890 by W. Bell. Sandstone ...

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The Centurion, Newcastle upon Tyne

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