Fenkle Street


Fenkle Street in the centre of Newcastle runs from Westgate Road north-west up to Charlotte Square. The street is shown on a map from 1610 and was known as Fennell Street in 1723 (the word "fenkel" means fennel).[1] The Old Assembly Rooms, built in 1776, are located on Fenkle Street. Cross House (1911) is located on the corner of Westgate Road and Fenkle Street.
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003492:Fenkle street. Newcastle-Upon-Tyne 1880

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003069:Fenkle St. Newcastle upon Tyne 1897

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003068:Fenkle Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1899

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049569:Cross House Fire Westgate Road/Fenkle Street Newcastle upon Tyne Illustrated Chronicle 1919

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018504:Fenkle Street Newcastle upon Tyne Signey J. 1969

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062128:Exo Cafe Bar Clayton Street/Fenkle Street Unknown 1995

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Old Assembly Rooms, Newcastle upon Tyne

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The Assembly Rooms
- Official Website of the Assembly Rooms, including a page on its history.

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Image taken from page 839 of 'The Local Historian's Table Book of remarkable occurrences, historical facts, traditions, legendary and descriptive ballads, connected with the Counties of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, and Durham. Historical Division.

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003034:Fenkle St. Newcastle upon Tyne 1901

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Corner of Cross Street and Fenkle Street

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Junction of Westgate Road and Fenkle Street

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The Assembly Rooms, Fenkle Street

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View down Fenkle Street, Newcastle

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Hotel Indigo, Fenkle Street, NE1

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Fenkle Street and Charlotte Square, NE1

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20-26 Fenkle Street, NE1

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18 Fenkle Street; and 50-72 Low Friar Street, NE1

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Hotel Indigo, Fenkle Street, NE1 (2)

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yne and Wear HER(6504): Newcastle, Fenkle Street
- "Shown on the 1610 map of John Speed. Known as Fennell Street in 1723. In 1808 it was called Charlotte Street. The word "fenkel" means fennel....."

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Westgate Road
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Westgate Road
- Westgate Road takes its name from the West Gate of the Town Walls, one of the main entrances to Newcastle in Medieval times. It is a major road starting in the city ...
Assembly Rooms, Newcastle
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Assembly Rooms, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View Designed by architect William Newton, this Georgian building was completed in 1776. The building was funded by members of the nobility, gentry and prominent citizens who ...

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