Hancock Street, Newcastle


Hancock Street is a minor road in Newcastle city centre, which runs from Sandyford Road up to the Great North Road / Jesmond Road West (no vehicle access at the north end of the street). The street is named after Newcastle-born naturalist John Hancock (1808-1890), who was a founder of the nearby Great North Museum: Hancock. On the north side of Hancock Street are The Hancock (public house) and Great North House (part of Newcastle University). On the south side of the street is the Civic Centre and it's main car park (accessed from Sandyford Road).

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Great North House, Newcastle University

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The Hancock, Jesmond Road West, NE2

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Great North House, Newcastle University
- Overview Map Street View Great North House is an office building located on Hancock Street, off Sandyford Road in Newcastle. Staff from Newcastle University moved into the building on the ...
Civic Centre, Newcastle
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Civic Centre, Newcastle
- Overview About the Civic Centre Map Street View The Civic Centre is the main administrative centre for Newcastle City Council located by Barras Bridge and St Mary's Place, next to St ...
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Blue plaque re Albany & John Hancock, St. Mary's Terrace, NE1

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