List number: 1104908
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 5973
Post code: NE1 8AB
Grid ref: NZ25156449

Lying-in Hospital


The former Lying-in Hospal was a charitable asylum for poor married pregnant women. Located on New Bridge Street, Newcastle, the building was completed in 1826 on land given by the Corporation of Newcastle and designed by John Dobson. Later the building was used as Broadcasting House by the BBC, until 1987. (Source: Sitelines)

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014493:Lying-In Hospital New Bridge Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1965

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Lying In Hospital by John Dobson

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Lying-in Hospital

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Former Lying-in Hospital

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The lying-in hospital and charities
- Pages 517-522 of Historical Account of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Including the Borough of Gateshead. Originally published by Mackenzie and Dent, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1827. "...In the autumn of 1760, a subscription was commenced for ...

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HER(5973): Newcastle, New Bridge Street, Lying-In Hospital
- "...A charitable asylum for poor married pregnant women. 1825-6 by John Dobson on land given by the Corporation of Newcastle. Sandstone ashlar with coursed square stone returns and rear. Slate ...

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New Bridge Street
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New Bridge Street
- Overview History Map Street View Street View (west) New Bridge Street is a road running east from Newcastle city centre, forming part of the A193, which passes Shieldfield and Ousburn ...
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Newcastle Lying in Hospital

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The Lying-In Hospital

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BROADCASTING HOUSE - Newcastle- List Entry
- "Broadcasting House G.V. II Maternity hospital, now B.B.C. offices and studios. 1826 by John Dobson; land given by Corporation of Newcastle. Sandstone ashlar with coursed squared stone ...

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