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The Shambles, Hexham


The Shambles is a covered market in Hexham, built in 1766 at the expence of Sir Walter Blackett. Located in the Market Place, the Shambles are Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Hexham Grade II* Listed Walter Blackett (1707 - 1777) Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hexham 1766
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The Shambles, Hexham

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Market Place, Hexham

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The Shambles

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Hexham marketplace

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SHAMBLES - Hexham - List Entry
- "Covered market erected by Sir Walter Blackett in 1766 with stone columns. 9 x 3 bays. Stone columns to front, back columns of wood. Moulded cast iron gutter. Shallow double ...

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List number: 1370800
List grade: 2*
Post code: NE46 1ND
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NY9361364095

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