List number: 1024823
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 8785
Post code: NE1 1EZ
Grid ref: NZ2489264153

Old George Inn, Cloth Market


A public house located on Old George Yard, just off the Cloth Market, in Newcastle. Charles I was reportedly allowed to drink in this pub in 1646, whilst he was being held prisoner by the Scots; the chair in which he sat is in the 'Charles I Room' of the pub.[1] The pub is a Grade II listed building.

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052680: The Old George courtyard, Newcastle upon Tyne

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014356:Ye Olde George Cloth Market Newcastle upon Tyne1962

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061505:Old George Yard Cloth Market Maybury Malcolm 1995

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The Old George, off Cloth Market, NE1

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The Old George, off Cloth Market, NE1 (2)

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The old sign for The Old George, off Cloth Market, NE1

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Sign for The Old George, off Cloth Market, NE1

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Door to The Old George, off Cloth Market, NE1

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THE OLD GEORGE PUBLIC HOUSE - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Early C17 or earlier house with considerable alterations in C18 and early C19. Brick, mainly rendered, part painted, rubble stone to rear and under arch; Welsh slate roofs. Three-part facade ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(8785): Newcastle, Old George Yard, The Old George Public House
- "Early C17 or earlier house with considerable alterations in C18 and early C19. Brick, mainly rendered, part painted, rubble stone to rear and under arch; Welsh slate roofs. Three-part facade ...

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