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Henry Daysh Building


The Henry Daysh Building of Newcastle University is located on Claremont Road. It was previously known as Claremont Tower, built in 1968, interconnected with the Daysh Building and Claremont Bridge, which spans Claremont Road. The Tower and Bridge were refurbished and renamed the Henry Daysh Building, and reopened in January 2020. It is named after Professor Henry Daysh, appointed in 1930, who went on become the influential head of the Department of Geography (now School of Geography, Politics & Sociology), up until his retirement in 1966.

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Claremont Tower & Bridge, Newcastle University

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Claremont Tower and Daysh Building, Claremont Road, Newcastle

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Claremont Tower, Newcastle upon Tyne.
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Claremont Tower, Newcastle University
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Claremont Bridge, Newcastle University

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Hadrian Bridge, Newcastle University

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066811:Claremont Road Spital Tongues Unknown 1971

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Henry Daysh Building, Newcastle University

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Henry Daysh Building, Newcastle University

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Henry Daysh Building (centre) the former Claremont Tower.

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