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Claremont Buildings


Claremont Buildings is located on the corner of Barras Bridge and Claremont Road in Newcastle upon Tyne. Built in 1896, this is a Grade II listed building.

Claremont Road 1896 Barras Bridge Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle Newcastle University Grade II Listed
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CLAREMONT BUILDINGS - Newcastle - List Entry
- " Claremont Buildings G.V. II Shops and offices, now University Chaplaincy. Dated 1896 by W. Hope for Fairless Harrison, tanner; 1905 additions. Steel frame and sandstone ashlar; graduated slate roof ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(8996): Newcastle, Eldon Place, Claremont Buildings
- "Shops and offices, now University Chaplaincy. Dated 1896 by W. Hope for Fairless Harrison, tanner; 1905 additions. Steel frame and sandstone ashlar; graduated slate roof with copper dome to turret ...

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List number: 1115598
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 8996
Borough: Newcastle
Grid ref: NZ2486465040

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