St Dominic's Priory Church


St. Dominic's Priory Church is a Roman Catholic church located on New Bridge Street / Red Barns, in Newcastle. The church, by Dunn and Hansom, has a foundation stone dated 1887.[1] St Dominic's is a Grade II listed building.

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017429:St. Dominic's Priory Church, New Bridge Street, Shieldfield, 1968

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Church, New Bridge Street

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PRIORY OF ST DOMINIC - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Priory of St. Dominic G.V. II Roman Catholic priory. Foundation stone dated 1887. By Dunn and Hansom. Flemish bond brick with terra cotta dressings; Welsh slate roof. Gothic style ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(9127): Newcastle, New Bridge Street, Church of St. Dominic
- "Roman Catholic Priory Church. 1869-73 by A. M. Dunn. Coursed squared sandstone with ashlar dressings; Welsh slate roof. Aisled nave and chancel with apse and ambulatory/vestry. Aligned north-south, with ...

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003983:New Bridge Street Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1900

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'One of the oldest Swimming Baths in Britain', New Bridge Street

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