List number: 1024723
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 9646
Post code: NE6 2UQ
Grid ref: NZ2727464982

Church of St. Mark, Newcastle Climbing Centre


St. Mark's Church on Shields Road in Newcastle was built 1905 - 1906. The church was designed by Hicks and Charlewood and paid for by W.D. Cruddas of Haughton Castle. It was consecrated on the 10th of March 1906.[1] When the church became redundant it was converted for use as the Newcastle Climbing Centre. It is a Grade II Listed building.

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St Mark's Church, Newcastle

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027355:St. Mark's Church Shields Road Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1910

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Newcastle Climbing Centre
- "...Situated in the former church of St Marks the listed building provides a spectacular climbing environment with an internal height of 15 metres and over 1200 square metres of climbing ...

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Newcastle climbing centre

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Newcastle Climbing Centre La Sportiva Demo Day

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Main climbing area Newcastle climbing centre #indoor #climbing #artificialwall #climb #newcastle #ropes #byker #walker

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ST MARK'S CHURCH HOUSE - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Former Parish Church. Designed 1904 by Hicks and Charlewood of Newcastle, built 1905-6 at the expense of W.D.Cruddas of Haughton Castle and consecrated 10th March 1906. Altered 1967 ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(9646): Byker, Shields Road, Church of St. Mark
- "Parish Church. Designed 1904 by Hicks and Charlewood of Newcastle, built 1905-6 at the expense of W.D.Cruddas of Haughton Castle and consecrated 10th March 1906. Altered 1967. Nave ...

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Me climbing at Newcastle climb centre #climbing #indoors #rope #ropes #harness #climb #newcastle #6a #route #problem

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Newcastle Climbing Centre, Byker

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Newcastle Climbing Centre, Byker

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Newcastle Climbing Centre, Byker

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