Guildhall, Newcastle


"The east end of this complex building is a neo-Grecian remodelling of a medieval building, completed by Dobson in 1823-5. The main structure was built in the period 1655-60 by Robert Trollope, a mason from York, but was given a conventional classical north front in 1794-6 by Stephenson and Newton, and a classical south front in 1809 by John and William Stokoe. The first reference to a guildhall in Newcastle, probably on this site, occurs in 1400. LISTED GRADE 1" (Tyne and Wear SiteLines)

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The Guildhall, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1958

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010392:The Guildhall, Sandhill, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1928

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015835:The Guildhall Newcastle upon Tyne 1966

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016134:Guildhall Newcastle upon Tyne 1967

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010402:Guildhall Newcastle upon Tyne 1935

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010193:Guildhall Newcastle upon Tyne 1912

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Urban Conflict and Popular Violence The Guildhall Riots of 1740 in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
- Joyce Ellis (1980). Urban Conflict and Popular Violence The Guildhall Riots of 1740 in Newcastle Upon Tyne. International Review of Social History, 25, pp 332-349. doi:10.1017/S0020859000006362. On ...

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The Guildhall

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The Guildhall

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Tyne and Wear HER(4874): Newcastle, Sandhill, Guildhall
- "The east end of this complex building is a neo-Grecian remodelling of a medieval building, completed by Dobson in 1823-5. The main structure was built in the period 1655-60 by ...

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THE GUILDHALL AND MERCHANTS' COURT - List Entry
- "Guildhall, Town Court and Merchant Venturers' Hall; fishmarket added. Now hall, Freeman's Hall and offices. 1655 by Trollope; 1794 refronted by Stephenson and Newton; 1823 east end by Dobson ...

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The Guildhall, Sandhill, NE1

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he Guildhall, Sandhill, NE1

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026319:Quayside Newcastle upon Tyne C.1912

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