The Hancock, Newcastle


The Hancock is a public house located on Hancock Street in Newcastle. Formerly known as Bierrex, the pub is located by the north side of the Civic Centre. The pub is named after Newcastle-born naturalist John Hancock (1808-1890), who was a founder of the nearby Great North Museum: Hancock

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061617:Bierrex Hancock Street Malcolm Maybury 1995

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The Hancock, Jesmond Road West, NE2

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Sign for The Hancock, Jesmond Road West, NE2

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The Hancock, Newcastle

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The Hancock, Newcastle

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The Hancock, Newcastle

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The Hancock, Newcastle

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John Hancock (1808-1890)
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John Hancock (1808-1890)
- Overview About John Hancock John Hancock was born in Newcastle on the 24th of February 1808. As well as being a naturalist, ornithologist, and landscape architect he is considered to be ...

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