Shopping and Businesses


  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Central Arcade, Newcastle
- The Central Arcade was built in 1906 and designed by Oswald and Son, of Newcastle. It is contained within the Central Exchange Buildings built Richard Grainger in 1837. The arcade replaced the interior ...
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Fenwick's Department Store
- In 1882 John James Fenwick purchased a doctor’s house at 5 Northumberland Street in Newcastle. It cost him £181 and 4 shillings to convert the house into a shop, becoming one ...
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021456:Callers Ltd, Northumberland Street, Newcastle upon Tyne 1971

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3) History of Markets and Shops in Newcastle upon Tyne

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2) History of Markets and Shops in Newcastle upon Tyne

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1) History of Markets and Shops in Newcastle upon Tyne

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Turners celebrate the Queen's coronation, 1953

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Wm. Lister & Sons (c.1920s)

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Handyside Arcade
- Handyside Arcade on Percy Street was a 90-shop development built in 1906 by George Handyside. It was demolished in the 1980s to make way for the Eldon Garden Shopping Centre.
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Closure of small shops in Benwell 1979

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Tor606, Johnson's, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Tor277, Farnons, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Tor168, Torday's Tyneside

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Tor030, Torday's Tyneside

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Tor319, Torday's Tyneside

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Tor318, Torday's Tyneside

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Tor290, Torday's Tyneside

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Tor268, Torday's Tyneside

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Tor248, Torday's Tyneside

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Tor247, Torday's Tyneside

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Tor239, Torday's Tyneside

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Tor234, Marks and Spencer, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Tor129, Torday's Tyneside

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Tor052, Torday's Tyneside

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Tor027, Torday's Tyneside

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010453:Tyler

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021534:C

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021241:James Coxon

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030133:Lockhart's Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c. 1900

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022595:Ainsworth

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