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Coronation Buildings, Quayside, Newcastle

Coronation Buildings, 65 Quayside, Newcastle was built in c.1902 for Pyman Bell and Co. The rear half of the building was demolished and it's front range restored in 1982. This is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Quayside (street) Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle 1902
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Quayside, NE1

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Coronation Buildings, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England

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63-65 Quayside, Newcastle

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CORONATION BUILDINGS - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Offices. Circa 1902 for Pyman Bell and Co. Rear half demolished and front range restored c.1982. Ashlar sandstone with granite plinth and entrance columns; Welsh slate roof. Symmetrical. Art nouveau …

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