Tyne & Wear HER: 11030
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Chinese Arch, St Andrew's Street, Newcastle


The Chinese Arch is located at the north end of St Andrew's Street, close to its junction with Stowell Street, marking an entrance to 'Chinatown' in Newcastle. The arch was opened to the public on the 21st of February, 2005. The arch was designed by Mr Yonglai Zhang and built by craftsmen from the Changsu Classical Garden Construction Company (Group) Ltd from Changsu, of the Jiangsu Province of China.[1] The arch is in close proximity to the section of the Town Wall behind Stowell Street, and can be seen from Gallowgate and St James' Park football stadium.

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Chinese Arch, St. Andrews Street

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Chinese Arch, Stowell Street

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Tyne and Wear HER(11030): Newcastle, Stowell Street, Chinese Arch
- "2004/5 by Mr Yonglai Zhang. Constructed by 12 craftsmen from the Changsu Classical Garden Construction Company (Group) Ltd from Changsu, in the Jiangsu Province between October 2004 and January ...

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- Overview Map Street View Stowell Street in Newcastle was originally built in 1824 with new residential town houses, and to provide a route through the Blackfriars precinct. The street was named ...

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