Former Bank of England, Pilgrim Street


The former Bank of England building on Pilgrim Street was built 1968-1971 by Fitzroy, Robinson & Partners. The building was demolished in 2012.

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Former Bank of England, Pilgrim Street

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Bank of England

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Tor612, Bank of England Building, Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Demolition of the former Bank of England, Pilgrim Street

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Former Bank of England Building

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Bank of England

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The Bank of England, Newcastle upon Tyne . . .
- Article with photos. "Originally, the Bank of England in Newcastle was located on Grey Street. Then, in 1971, needing bigger premises, the Bank re-located to their new purpose-built building on ...

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