List number: 1380580
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 9245
Grid ref: NZ2446164029

Northern Goldsmiths, Westgate Road, Newcastle


Nos. 85 to 89, Westgate Road in Newcastle, is a former Northern Goldsmith's shop, warehouse and office, built c1910 in Baroque Revival style. It is located on the corner of Westgate Road and Clayton Street West. The shop's distinctive clock with a gold gilded female figure was added in c1932, and the shopfront itself was remodelled in c1960.[1] The former goldsmiths on Westgate Road is a Grade II listed building. There is another Northern Goldsmiths on Blackett Street, featuring a similar gold clock.

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Northern Goldsmiths on corner of Clayton Street West and Westgate Road

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Golden naked woman; and clock

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Former Northern Goldsmiths, West Clayton Street

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Northern Goldsmiths, 85-89 Westgate Road, NE1 - turret and dome

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Northern Goldsmiths, 85-89 Westgate Road, NE1

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Detail of 85-89 Westgate Road, Newcastle

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85-89 Westgate Road, Newcastle

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NORTHERN GOLDSMITHS - Westgate Road - List Entry
- "Goldsmith's shop, warehouse and office. c1910, clock added c1932, shopfront remodelled c1960. Ashlar with ashlar dressings and slate roofs. Four storey plus attics. Baroque Revival style. Corner site. Ground ...

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Northern Goldsmiths, Blackett Street, Newcastle
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Northern Goldsmiths, Blackett Street, Newcastle
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Clayton Street
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Clayton Street
- Summary Street View Clayton Street and Clayton Street West Clayton Street runs from the centre of Newcastle past the Grainger Market down into Clayton Street West. Clayton Street West has a junction ...
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Northern Goldsmiths Building, Newcastle, April 2009 (2)

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Northern Goldsmiths Building, Newcastle, April 2009 (3)

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Northern Goldsmiths Building, Newcastle, April 2009 (5)

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