List number: 1024924
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ2489064434

Eldon Buildings, Blackett Street


The Eldon Buildings is a curved corner building on the junction of Blackett Street and Grey Street in Newcastle. It was originally built as a hotel in 1893, designed by Oliver and Leeson. The building now hosts a number of shops. There were significant ground-floor alterations in c.1982.[1] It is a Grade II listed building.

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030255:Eldon Buildings Blackett Street/Grey Street 1937

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021939:The Eldon Grey Street/Blackett Street Unknown 1971

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Eldon Buildings

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Eldon Buildings, Blackett Street, 1950

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Name stone on Eldon Buildings, 29-33 Blackett Street, NE1

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Eldon Buildings, 29-33 Blackett Street, NE1

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Eldon Buildings, Blackett Street / Grey Street

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Eldon Buildings, Blackett Street, Newcastle

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Newcastle, Monument Square

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ELDON BUILDINGS - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Hotel, now shops. Includes No. 118 Grey Street. Dated 1893 on top panels; by Oliver and Leeson. Circa 1982 ground-floor alterations. Sandstone ashlar; dark slate roof. Curved corner site to ...

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Grey Street, Newcastle
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Grey Street, Newcastle
- History Street View Grey Street is one of the main streets in Newcastle and runs from Grey's Monument down to the junction with Mosley Street after which it continues as Dean Street down to the Quayside. ...

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