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The Quay (Pub)

The Quay is a public house on Bridge Street, by the junction with Quay Road in Blyth. It was formerly known as the Boathouse Tavern and is probably the oldest building in Blyth. Parts of the building date from the late 17th Century, though there have been substantial alterations over the years. In the 19th Century it was attached to a brewery (now demolished) which lay behind the tavern (Brewery Street). The building is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Blyth Grade II Listed Historic Buildings and Monuments in Blyth Bridge Street, Blyth Public Houses
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The Quay (Public House) - Blyth

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The Quay, Blyth

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The Quay Nightclub, Blyth

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BOATHOUSE TAVERN - Blyth - List Entry
- "Public house, probably late C17, altered. Squared stone with cut dressings, stuccoed and painted; blue slate roof with C20 brick stack. South front 2 storeys, in 2 parts....Probably the oldest …

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List number: 1371412
List grade: 2
Post code: NE24 2AP
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ3172181620


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