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Sunderland Exchange

Sunderland, 197 High Street East. Originally built as the Sunderland Exchange in 1812-1814, designed by John and William Stokoe of Newcastle; builder George Cameron of Esk. Later the building was used for the Missions to Seamen, and once house the Archives of the City of Sunderland. Today the lower floor is a Spanish bar/restaurant and the upper floor is the Quayside Exchange - a conference, weddings and banqeting venue. The building is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Sunderland City Centre Grade II Listed 1814 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Sunderland John Stokoe (1756-1836)
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Quayside Exchange
- "The Quayside Exchange, is a historic Grade II listed banqueting venue close to Sunderland City Centre, and the perfect venue for weddings, conferences and events...."

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Simon Cotterill
Tyne and Wear HER(4791): Sunderland, High Street East, No. 197, Sunderland Exchange
- "The Sunderland Exchange before Missions to Seamen, was built in 1812-1814 by George Cameron of Esk, to a design by [William] Stokoe of Newcastle. It is built in incised stucco …

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List number: 1207089
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 4791
Grid ref: NZ4023057301
Post code: SR1 2AX
Borough: Sunderland


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