DescriptionAn old building in the ultra-modern Times Square in Newcastle Upon Tyne. It was designed by John Dobson who was also responsible for city's nearby Central Railway Station. Dobson, in his day was the most influential architect in the north of England, designing grand houses and over 50 churches as well as playing a major role in the development of Newcastle city center. This building originally housed the Market Keeper's Office and Toll house and dates from 1819.
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