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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.

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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