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Percy Building

The Percy Building is located at the north-west end of the Quadrangle at Newcastle University, and backing on to Queen Victoria Road. The building was designed by Prof W. B. Edwards & Partners, and built by Leslie & Co Ltd. It was opened in 1958 and is named after Eustace Percy, who was the Rector of Kings College at Newcastle, from 1937 to 1952.

Newcastle University Quadrangle 1958
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Percy Building
- Percy Building, Newcastle University. Old Quad portion, SE facade. Photo by 'Ultra7', 5 September 2013. Public Domain image, c/o Wikimedia Commons.

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