Rye Hill House, NCG
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Rye Hill House, NCG
- Overview Map Street View Rye Hill House is the headquarters of NCG (who manage a group of 6 colleges, including Newcastle College). The building dates from c.1840[1]. It was originally …
Lying-in Hospital
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Lying-in Hospital
- The former Lying-in Hospal was a charitable asylum for poor married pregnant women. Located on New Bridge Street, Newcastle, the building was completed in 1826 on land given by the …
Newcastle General Hospital (1870 - 2010)
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Newcastle General Hospital (1870 - 2010)
- Overview About Newcastle General   Newcastle General Hospital (NGH) was for many years the main hospital for the city of Newcastle upon Tyne, England, and is managed by Newcastle upon …
St Mary's Hospital, North Saltwick (1914 - 1995)
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St Mary's Hospital, North Saltwick (1914 - 1995)
- Overview About St Mary's Hospital Map St Mary's Hospital, near North Saltwick and about 2 miles north-west of Stannington in Northumberland, originally opened as Gateshead Borough Lunatic Asylum in 1914. …
Fleming Memorial Hospital (1888 - 1988)
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Fleming Memorial Hospital (1888 - 1988)
Wallsend Hall
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Wallsend Hall
- Overview Memorial Hospital Map Street View Wallsend Hall is located on The Green in Wallsend. The house was built in the early 19th century and had significant grounds. The Hall …
Old Cumberland Infirmary
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Old Cumberland Infirmary
- Overview Map Street View The original Cumberland Infirmary on Newtown Riad in Carlisle was built 1830-1832 by Richard Tattersall, funded by wealthy benefactors, and made available for charity patients. The …
Old Dispensary, Carlisle
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Old Dispensary, Carlisle
- Overview Map Street View The Dispensary is located at No. 6, Chapel Street, Carlisle. It was built in 1857, deigned by John Hodgson of Carlisle, to rehouse the Dispensary (a …

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