List number: 1418250
Tyne & Wear HER: 16009
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ3023766535

Old Wallsend Library, Ferndale Avenue


The former Library on Ferndale Avenue in Wallsend was built 1965-1966, designed by Harry Faulkner Brown. The library closed on the 15th February 2014, and was relocated to the new Customer First Centre in the Forum. The former Library on Ferndale Avenue is a Grade II listed building.

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Wallsend Library, Ferndale Avenue

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021086:Wallsend Library Wallsend North Tyneside 1970

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021090:Wallsend Library Wallsend North Tyneside 1970

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Wallsend Library - List Entry
- "Public Library. 1965-6 to design by Harry Faulkner Brown of Newcastle architects' practice Williamson, Faulkner Brown & Partners. Sculpture by Murray McCheyne. Lightweight, steel-framed, largely glazed building, white plastic laminate where ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(16009): Wallsend, Ferndale Avenue, Wallsend Library
- "Public library 1965-6 designed by Harry Faulkner Brown of Williamson, Faulkner-Brown & Partners of Newcastle. Lightweight steel-framed glazed building. White plastic laminate where bookshelves abut the windows. Buff brick walls to ...

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Old Wallsend Library building put up for sale by North Tyneside Council
- Chronicle 13 JUL 2015. "The authority is inviting people to make an offer for the site on Ferndale Avenue, which was vacated after the library was moved to a new ...

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