Saltwell Towers


Saltwell Towers was built in 1862 by William Wailes a renound stained glass manufacturer. The Victorian mansion was bulit in a Gothic Revivalist style and is now the Saltwell Park Visitors Centre and Cafe. Wailes sold the Towers to Gateshead Corporation in 1875 and they lie in the hear of Saltwell Park surrounded by ornamental gardens.

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William Wailes Blue Plaque, Saltwell Park, Gateshead

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William Wailes (1808 - 1876)
- Overview About William Wailes William Wailes was a renowned stained glass manufacturer. He built his home, Saltwell Towers in Gateshead in 1862. William Wailes, (1808–1881), was the proprietor of one of ...
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Saltwell Park

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