List number: 1355264
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 5161
Post code: NE1 2PQ
Grid ref: NZ2623664564

The Cluny, Ouseburn


The Cluny is a live music venue and cafe at 36 Line Street, Ouseburn, Newcastle. It was originally built as a flax mill in 1848, designed by John Dobson for Messrs. Plummer and Cooke.[1]. It was later used as a warehouse and for whisky bottling; the Cluny Whisky Bonded Warehouse, generally known as "Cluny Warehouse". The Cluny is a Grade II listed building.

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The Cluny
- Official Website of the Cluny. Details of gigs etc.

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Cluny, Seven Stories

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36 Lime Street, Ouseburn, Newcastle Upon Tyne

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Former mill, Lime Street, Newcastle

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ESTLCF-06

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IntTheWhite at The Round, Lime Street, Ouseburn

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The Cluny

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Cluny Warehouse, Ouseburn

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048083:A.P. Fox Carters Cluny Whiskey Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown post 1913

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Former Industrial Building and Dwelling House

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Ouseburn from the east

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Footbridge, Ouseburn

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CLUNY WAREHOUSE - Ouseburn - List Entry
- "Flax mill. 1848 by John Dobson for Messrs. Plummer and Cooke. Sandstone ashlar, later attic storey; Welsh slate roof. Elevation to river: 4 storeys and attic, 12 bays and left ...

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