High Friar Street, Newcastle


High Friar Street in Newcastle was demolished when the Eldon Square Shopping Centre was built in the 1970s. The street was located where the Blackett Street entrance to Eldon Square is today.

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Tor996, High Friar Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Tor687, High Friar Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

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010480:Tramlines under construction Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1901

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013756:Crown and Sceptre, High Friars Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1964

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036709:High Friar Street Newcastle upon Tyne Dept of Environmental Health c.1935

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036284:High Friar Street Newcastle upon Tyne Dept of Environmental Health c.1935

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058873:Grainger Street/High Friar Street Newcastle upon Tyne Torday L. c.1970s

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036283:High Friar Street Newcastle upon Tyne Dept of Environmental Health c.1935

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036710:High Friar Street Newcastle upon Tyne Dept of Environmental Health c.1935

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Tor527, High Friar Street. Newcastle upon Tyne

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021974:Nelson Street Newcastle upon Tyne Signey J. 1971

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Eldon Square Shopping Centre
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Eldon Square Shopping Centre
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Tyne and Wear HER(6566): Newcastle, High Friar Street
- "Between the medieval market street (Newgate Street) and Pilgrim Street ran Brother, Friarminor, Barefotfriar or Greyfriar Chare from 1251-59 onwards. Named after the Franciscan Friary (HER 1429) which stood on ...

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