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Eldon Garden Shopping Centre


Eldon GardenEldon Garden Shopping Centre on Percy Street began trading in March 1989 and was officially opened by Princess Margaret on 17th November 1989. Eldon Garden was built on the site of Handyside Arcade, an Edwardian indoor market, built in 1906. The modern shopping centre did retain the cast-iron roof trusses of the old arcade. Eldon Garden extends over Percy Street and connects with the Eldon Square Shopping Centre.
Percy Street Eldon Square Shopping Centre 1989 Percy Street
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060948:Eldon Garden Percy Street Newcastle upon Tyne Ermel T. 1995

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578829:Eldon Garden Percy Street Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers c.1990

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062398:Eldon Garden Percy Street Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1993

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061489:Eldon Garden Percy Street Newcastle upon Tyne Maybury Malcolm 1995

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053745:Eldon Garden Percy Street Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1989

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061415:Eldon Garden Percy Street Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1995

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Eldon Garden Cafe

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Eldon Square Shopping Centre
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Eldon Square Shopping Centre
Percy Street
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Percy Street
- Overview Map Street View Percy Street in Newcastle forms part of the B1307 road, which is one of the major traffic routes though the city centre. Percy Street runs south-west from ...
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Percy Street

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Eldon Garden: 25 years since the opening of the Newcastle shopping mall
- Article by David Morton, 19th November 2014, with photos.

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