List number: 1355218
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 9146
Post code: NE3 1BJ
Grid ref: NZ2507668076

Church of St. Nicholas, South Gosforth


St. Nicholas' Parish church is located on Church Road in South Gosforth. It was built in 1799 by John Dodds after the demolition of earlier church. In 1820 the church was extended and modified by John Dobson.[1] There were further modifications in the early 20th century. The church is a Grade II listed building.

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050409:St. Nicholas Church Church Road South Gosforth Unknown c.1900

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043451:St. Nicholas Church Church Road South Gosforth Unknown 1913

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038379:St. Nicholas Church Church Road South Gosforth Unknown 1978

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038384:St. Nicholas Church, Church Road, South Gosforth, 1978

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Gravestones in Gosforth Parish Church

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Gosforth Parish Church through the trees

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The Church of St Nicholas, Gosforth

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St Nicholas' Church, Gosforth

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CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS - South Gosforth - List Entry
- "Parish church. 1799 tower and west end by John Dodds after demolition of earlier church; 1820 additions by John Dobson; 1912/13 and 1950 additions. Sandstone ashlar; graduated Lakeland slate ...

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Gosforth Parish Church
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Tyne and Wear HER(9146): South Gosforth, Church Road, Church of St. Nicholas
- "Parish church. 1799 tower and west end by John Dodds after demolition of earlier church; 1820 additions by John Dobson; 1912/13 and 1950 additions. Sandstone ashlar; graduated Lakeland slate ...

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St Nicholas' Church, Gosforth, Northumberland

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Gosforth

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Dyke Stone - St Nicholas' Churchyard, South Gosforth

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