List grade: 1
List number: 1185345
Grid ref: NZ1718458247

Gibside Chapel


Gibside Chapel and mausoleum is a Grade 1 lsited building.

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Gibside Chapel

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Gibside Chapel ceiling

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Gibside Chapel

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THE CHAPEL ABOUT 350 METRES WEST AND 650 METRES SOUTH OF GIBSIDE HALL - List Entry
- "Chapel and mausoleum. 1760-69; completed 1812. Designed by James Paine for George Bowes, M.P. and coal owner. Ashlar; lead-covered dome. Greek cross plan. Palladian style, Ionic order. One tall ...

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The servants' pews

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Inside Gibside Chapel, Tyne and Wear

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Gibside Chapel

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Interior of the Palladian style Chapel at Gibside, Gateshead

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Palladian Chapel at Gibside

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Gibside Chapel

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Interior of the Chapel at Gibside

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Gibside Chapel

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Splendid detail and subtle colours in the plaster-work within Gibside's Chapel

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Gibside Chapel

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