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Worswick Chambers, Newcastle

Worswick Chambers are located on the corner of Worswick Street and Pilgrim Street in Newcastle. They were built as part of the "new cut" of Worswick Street laid out in c.1870. Built in two stages, the first part along Pilgrim Street and the end of Worswick Street was built from 1891, and the second section further along Worswick Street with a tower, was built from 1898. Worswick Chambers are Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. The building was undergoing extensive renovation in 2024.

Worswick Street Pilgrim Street 1891 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle
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Renovation of Worswick Chambers, Worswick Street

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Buildings being renovated on Pilgrim Street

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Worswick Street

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WORSWICK CHAMBERS - Newcastle - List Entry
- "Includes: Worswick Chambers, Nos 2-12 WORSWICK STREET. Commercial premises with shops and offices. 1891 and 1898 with minor C20 alterations. Designed by W Lister Newcombe of Newcastle. Red brick with …

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List number: 1376003
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 9238
Borough: Newcastle
Grid ref: NZ2503564289


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