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Millburngate House


Millburngate House, built in the 1960s, was the former home of the Passport Office and National Savings and Investments (NS&I), located in the Framwelgate Waterside area of Durham. The building was demolished in 2016/17 as part of a major redevelopment of the area.
Durham (City) Brutalist Architecture 1960's Architecture Demolished
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Millburngate House

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National Savings and Investments

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Durham Architecture : Architectural Detail at Millburngate House

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Millburngate House

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Millburngate House

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Millburngate House

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Millburngate House

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Millburngate House

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Millburngate House

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Millburngate House

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Durham demolition work is clearing the way for £180million city centre developments
- Sunderland Echo, 4th January 2017. "...Demolition work is well on to knock down The Gates shopping centre in Durham, while on the other side of Milburngate Bridge by the River ...

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Redevelopment beside the River Wear in Durham

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River Wear from Pennyferry Bridge

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Milburngate Bridge

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