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Vale House


A tower block on Lansdowne Gardens, overlooking Jesmond Vale, built in 1967 by Douglass Wise and Partners. The building has 28 floors and at 262 ft is Newcastle's tallest building. "Uncluttered white surfaces with the contrast of a black central staircase strip at the centre of the two shorter sides". (Pevsner. 1992)

Jesmond Vale 1960's Architecture Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle 1967
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017148:Vale House Jesmond Vale Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1968

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Vale House, Lansdowne Gardens, Newcastle

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Allotments in Jesmond Vale and tower block

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Jesmond Vale

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Tor134, Jesmond Vale, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Post code: NE2 1HG
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