St Nicholas' Square, Newcastle


St Nicholas' Square is located in the centre of Newcastle off Mosley Street and St Nicholas' Street. It is most notable as the location of St Nicholas' Cathedral (1350). In the square is a Statue of Queen Victoria (1903) and on the corner with Moseley Street is the former Newcastle Joint Stock Bank building (c.1845).

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047139:St. Nicholas Square Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1903

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016401:Post Office Inn St Nicholas Square Unknown 1966

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Plan of the proposed buildings in St. Nicholas Square, Newcastle upon Tyne 1855

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666797i:A view of St. Nicholas Square and the Town Hall Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1910

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052670:St. Nicholas Square Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1900

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666797j:St. Nicholas Cathedral Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1910

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Queen Victoria Monument

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Cathedral Church of St Nicholas, Newcastle
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Cathedral Church of St Nicholas, Newcastle
- Overview History Features Music Map Inside St Nicholas is the cathedral for the Church of England Diocese of Newcastle and is named after St Nicholas, the patron saint of sailors ...
Mosley Street, Newcastle
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Mosley Street, Newcastle
- 3rd February 1879; Mosley Street became the worlds first public road to be lit by the incandescent light bulb invented by Joseph Swan. The original Theatre Royal, opened 1788, was located off ...
St Nicholas Street
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St Nicholas Street
- Overview Map Street View St Nicholas Street in Newcastle runs from the High Level Bridge up to Collingwood Street and the Groat Market. Close to the south of the street ...
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St Nicholas Square

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