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Middle Street


Middle Street was a street in old Newcastle, which lay in-between the Cloth Market and Groat Market. The street was divided into three sections: Skinnergate at the top, Spurriergate in the middle, and Sadlergate at the bottom.[1] Middle Street was demolished during the redevelopment of Newcastle in the mid 19th Century.

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Head of Middle Street, Newcastle, in 1797.

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Tyne and Wear HER(6596): Newcastle, Middle Street, Scot's Inn
- 'Middle Street lay in-between Cloth Market and Groat Market......In Middle Street, according to Gray, there was an ancient house with a large gate, called the Scots Inn, where the ...

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