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Princes Buildings, Newcastle

Princes Buildings is a substantial block of buildings which straddle Queen Street (No.1-23), King Street (No. 2) and Akenside Hill (Nos 11-14) in Newcastle. They were built as offices in c.1863, and now incorporate apartments, with the ground floor hosting shops and restaurants. The Princes Buildings are Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

King Street Queen Street 1863 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle Akenside Hill
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Princes Buildings, Queen Street, Newcastle

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051244:King Street/Queen Street Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers taken in 1986.

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Queen Street, NE1

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PRINCES BUILDINGS - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Nos. 1 to 23 odd (Princes Buildings) G.V. II Offices. Circa 1863. Sandstone ashlar; Welsh slate roof. Complete block. 4 storeys. The chief architectural elevation comprises Nos. 11-23 (odd) Queen …

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List number: 1107170
List grade: 2
Borough: Newcastle
Grid ref: NZ2527663921


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