List grade: 1
List number: 1024884
Tyne & Wear HER: 1553
Post code: NE1 6NG
Grid ref: NZ2520064416

Plummer Tower


Austin Tower Plummer Tower"Carliol Croft Tower, otherwise Plummer Tower. - This was also called the Cutlers' Tower, having once been the hall of that company, who are now extinct. In 1742, it was granted to the fraternity of Masons, by whom it was repaired and fronted in a handsome manner. It will soon be hid amidst a crowd of buildings" (Eneas Mackenzie, 1827).

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003794:Plummer Tower Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1915?

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013484:Plummer Tower Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1964

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Plummer Tower in Newcastle upon Tyne
- Photo by Dbam, April 2007, public domain image c/o Wikipedia.

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Plummer Tower, off Croft Street

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The Plummer Tower (off Crofts Street, NE1)

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Tyne and Wear HER(1553): Newcastle town wall, Plummer Tower
- "A semi-circular, much restored tower, which earlier writers have suggested was originally of two storeys (like Carliol Tower). In his recent description, however, Nolan points out that medieval masonry survives ...

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PLUMMER TOWER - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Town Wall tower, later Company Meeting Hall, now offices. Late C13/early C14; refronted c.1740; house added late C18. Sandstone tower, coursed and squared, with ashlar front and returns ...

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Plummer Tower (Newcastle Town Wall)

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Frosted

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022017:Croft Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Signey J. 1972

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The Plummer Tower (off Crofts Street, NE1) (2)

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