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Orangery


Built in the late 18th century the organgery is located on the south of the Gibside estate. It is a Grade II* listed building.

Gibside Grade II* Listed
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Orangery, Gibside, Tyne and Wear

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Gibside's Orangery

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Gibside - Orangery

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Gibside

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Spring in the orangery

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Gibside

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Gibside

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Orangery at #Gibside #NationalTrust

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The Orangery - Gibside

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The Orangery at Gibside

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Ruins of the old orangery, Gibside Hall, Gateshead

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List number: 1299709
List grade: 2*
Borough: Gateshead
Grid ref: NZ1728458606

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