Strawberry Place, Newcastle


It is said that Strawberry Place in Newcastle derives it's name from strawberries previously being grown here by nuns from near-by St Bartholomew’s, used to made strawberry wine!

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030373:The Strawberry Strawberry Place 1966

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036210:Strawberry Place Newcastle upon Tyne Dept of Environmental Health 1936

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020216:Leazes Park Road from Strawberry Place August 1969

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020219:Strawberry Place Newcastle upon Tyne Signey J. 1969

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020101:Strawberry Place

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Tyne and Wear HER(15736): Newcastle, Strawberry Place, electricity substation
- "Electricity substation, brick. It has double doors and a single door on its south elevation with three windows above with timber ventilation louvres and concrete sills and lintels.....Inside there ...

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