List number: 1318881
List grade: 2
Post code: NE1 2PE
Grid ref: NZ2626364188

Sailors Bethel, Horatio Street


This former seamen's non-conformist chapel was built in 1875 by Thomas Oliver. It is located on Horatio Street, by the junction with City Road in Newcastle. It also has a Sunday School room, built in 1900 by Oliver, Leeson and Wood.[1] The building is now used by SLR Consulting Ltd. The building is Grade II listed.

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Sailors Bethel, Newcastle Quayside

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The former Sailors Bethel, Horatio Road, NE1 (2)

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The former Sailors Bethel, Horatio Road, NE1

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The former Sailors Bethel, Horatio Road, NE1 - inscribed stone above entrance

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The former Sailors Bethel, Horatio Road, NE1 - detail

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Sailors Bethel

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SAILORS BETHEL - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Former seamen's nonconformist chapel. 1875 by Thomas Oliver. Sunday School room 1900 by Oliver, Leeson and Wood. Sandstone ashlar retaining wall at left; brick with ashlar dressings; roof of ...

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