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The Dun Cow, Sunderland

The Dun Cow public house is located on High Street West in Sunderland. It was built in 1901 by Benjamin F. Simpson, for Robert Deuchar Ltd.[1] The Dun Cow is a Grade II listed building on the National Heritage List for England.

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High Street West Historic Buildings and Monuments in Sunderland 1901 Robert Deuchar (1831-1904) Public Houses
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The Dun Cow

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THE DUN COW PUBLIC HOUSE - Sunderland - List Entry
- "Public house. Dated 1901. By Benjamin F Simpson. For R Deuchar. Sandstone ashlar with grey granite plinth, black marble door nook shafts; roof of graduated Lakeland slate. Vigorous free Baroque …

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List number: 1208545
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ3930257024
Post code: SR1 3HA
Borough: Sunderland


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