North East Coast Exhibition, 1929



The North East Coast Exhibition was a world fair which ran from May to October 1929. It was held in Newcastle in what is now Exhibition Park and was opened by the Prince of Wales on the 14th of May 1929. Some of the Art Deco style buildings constructed for the exhibition can still be seen today. Over 4 million people attended the exhibition by the time it closed on the 26th October 1929.[1]

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052208:Boating Lake and Palace of Arts North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1929

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052204:Palace of Engineering North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1929

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022772:Dog Show ?North East Coast Exhibition Town Moor Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1929

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011777:Palace of Industries North East Coast Exhbition Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1929

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011788:Palace of Engineering North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1929

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052185:Aerial view North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1929

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052194:Empire Marketing Board and Main Avenue North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne

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037158:Statue of Industry North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Evening World 1929

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052201:The Bridge and Palace of Arts North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1929

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066157:Main Avenue North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1929

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066192:Carillon tower North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1929

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034373:Evening World Pavilion North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Evening World 1929

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011763:Festival Hall North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1929

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022711:Empire Marketing Board Pavilion North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1929

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034372:Pageant of Youth North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle upon Tyne Evening World 1929

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Five Minutes At The North East Coast Exhibition Newcastle (1929)

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Empire Day Newcastle (1929)

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Exhibition Park
- Overview About Exhibition Park Map Street View Exhibition Park is a short walk from Newcastle City Centre; the main entrance is off Claremont Road. It became known as Exhibition Park ...
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North East Coast Exhibition
- "The North East Coast Exhibition was a world's fair held in Newcastle, Tyne and Wear and ran from May to October 1929. Held five years after the British Empire ...

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Wylam Brewery (Palace of Arts), Exhibition Park, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View The Wylam Brewery micro-brewery and events space in Exhibition Park, Newcastle, opened on the 27th May 2016.[1] It is located in the Palace of Arts building, ...
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'The Palace Of The Arts ,1929' by Chris Ward

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