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Loch Fyne (former Presbyterian Church), Gosforth

High Street 1906 Former Church
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Loch Fyne Bar-Grill-Restaurant on Gosforth High Street

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028973:Presbyterian Church and United Methodist Free Church High Street Gosforth Unknown c.1900

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Loch Fyne fishmongers sign

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Tyne and Wear HER(14624): Gosforth, High Street, Presbyterian/United Reformed Church
- "Now Loch Fyne Restaurant. In use 1906 to 2000. Gothic by architects Badenoch and Bruce of Emerson Chambers, Blackett Street. Snecked stone. Cruciform plan; gabled front with twin portals in …

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