Pottery Lane, Newcastle


Pottery Lane in Newcastle runs from Forth Banks to Redheugh Bridge Road, passing under St James Boulevard, near the Metro Arena. The name of the street possiby relates to the former Skinnerburn Pottery, established near here in 1790.[1]

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Forth Banks

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Pottery Lane north-east of the railway bridge

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Pottery Lane from Redheugh Bridge

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King Edward's Bridge, off Pottery Lane

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Railway Bridge over Pottery Lane

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Pottery Lane towards Redheugh Bridge

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Forth Banks, Newcastle
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Forth Banks House, Newcastle
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Forth Banks House, Newcastle
- Overview Map Street View Forth Banks House is located on the corner of Pottery Lane and Forth Banks in Newcastle. It was originally built in c.1910 as a goods station ...
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Tyne and Wear HER(4885): Newcastle, Skinner Burn Pottery
- "In a trades directory of 1790 a pottery belonging to Addison Falconer and Co. was recorded at Skinnerburn. This may be the origins of the name Pottery Lane. A Pottery ...

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