5 edition of Historic architecture of Northumberland and Newcastle upon Tyne found in the catalog.
Historic architecture of Northumberland and Newcastle upon Tyne
|Statement||by Bruce Allsopp and Ursula Clark.|
|Contributions||Clark, Ursula, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||NA969.N7 A44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||78307291|
This area, characterised by the unique Georgian style architecture of Grey Street (recently commented upon as being the finest street in England), Clayton Street and Grainger Street, was developed in the early 19th century by Richard Grainger to designs by local architect John Dobson and is the historic heart of Newcastle upon Tyne. 19th century architects Armstrong became Bewick Blaydon Blaydon Races brewers Bridge Britain British building Byker cent central Chronicle Church city centre city's civic clubs coal commercial Corporation Council County Cowen cultural decline Dobson drink Durham early economy Eldon Square electrical elite Elswick engineering England English.
Newcastle Upon Tyne History in photographs members. A pictorial history of Newcastle Upon Tyne (+ day trip away) expressed in pictures. Extract from Eneas Mackenzie, Historical Account of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Including the Borough of Gateshead. Mackenzie and Dent, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Pilgrim Street is said to have derived its name from the pilgrims who lodged in it, that came from all parts of the kingdom to worship at Our Lady's chapel at Jesmond.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Allsopp, Bruce. Historic architecture of Northumberland. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Oriel P., (OCoLC) Historic Architecture of Northumberland and Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Bruce Allsopp & Ursula Clark. Published by Oriel Press, Stocksfield Northumberland (). 18th century 19th century achievement ANN'S CHURCH Architect David Stephenson Architect John Dobson Architect William Newton ARMSTRONG BUILDING Art Nouveau Bank Benjamin Green Benwell Bessie Surtees Black Friars Brandling brick Bridge built by Grainger built by Richard castle Cathedral Central Exchange Centre left chancel arch Chapel character Clayton Street Collingwood Street corner dates Dean Street demolition Eldon Square elegant Elswick finest gateway Georgian architecture.
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Northumberland is around hours away from London by train and 30 minutes from Newcastle International Airport by car. Upon reaching Newcastle airport, we went straight to Jesmond Dene House hotel, which is one and a half miles north of Newcastle Upon Tyne city centre.
After staying at some of the top hotels in Maldives, India, UAE, and. A history of Northumberland: in three parts Part 1 of A History of Northumberland, in Three Parts, John Hodgson: Authors: John Hodgson, John Hodgson-Hinde, John Collingwood Bruce, Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne: Editor: James Raine: Publisher: E.
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& J. Pigg Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Robarts - University of Toronto Language English Volume 2. Surviving sections of Hadrian’s Wall can be seen on the outskirts of Newcastle upon Tyne, at Denton, on the A The Roman name for Newcastle was 'Pons Aelius'.
There was a Roman bridge here; ‘Pons’ means bridge, and ‘Aelius’ was the family name of the emperor who gave his name to Hadrian’s Wall, so the name can be translated as. More about the N&N Who's Who AGM County Committee Tyneside Committee Northumberland Environmental Policy Group History.
Northumberland and Newcastle Society. Protecting and enhancing our landscape, culture and built environment for future heritage Jesmond Methodist Church, St George's Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 2DL. Charity No. Historic Sites of Northumberland and Newcastle upon Tyne deals in a readable and informative manner with over twenty of the most important historic monuments in 4/5(1).
Having said that I would 'opt out' in the above post, on reflection I have a fair few books that I could usefully mention on this thread. In my parents were given a book called "Historic Architecture of Newcastle upon Tyne, by Bruce Allsopp".
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The Tyne Bridge, one of Newcastle’s most iconic landmarks, is located near to the site of the original Aelian Bridge. It was under Norman rule in that the city gained its current name.
Difficulties between William the Conqueror and his oldest son Robert Curthose in Northern France between – incited unrest in the North of England. The history of Newcastle dates from about ADwhen the Romans built the first bridge to cross the River Tyne at that point.
The bridge was called Pons Aelius or 'Bridge of Aelius', Aelius being the family name of Roman Emperor Hadrian,  who was responsible for the Roman wall built across northern England along the Tyne–Solway gap. Welcome to Tyne Bridge Publishing.
We are based at Newcastle Libraries and publish books on the history of Newcastle upon Tyne and the surrounding region. Whatever your interest, from shipbuilding to suburbs or from the bridges on the Tyne to haunted. The long and vibrant history of north-eastern England has left rich material deposits in the form of buildings, works of art, books and other artefacts.
This heritage is examined here in fifteen studies, ranging from the sculpture of the Roman occupation through the monuments and architecture of the Anglo-Saxon and Norman periods, to the Author: Jeremy Ashbee, Julian M. Luxford. Newcastle upon Tyne (/ ˌ nj uː k ɑː s əl-/, locally / nj uː ˌ k æ s əl-/ ()), commonly known as Newcastle, is a city in Tyne and Wear, North East England, miles ( km) south of Edinburgh and miles ( km) north of London on the northern bank of the River Tyne, mi ( km) from the North Sea.
Newcastle is the most populous city in the North East, and forms the core of Ceremonial county: Tyne and Wear.Newcastle upon Tyne: Hancock Museum.
Available at Robinson Oversize Level 3 ( MOR) Gill, E.L. () The Hancock Museum and its history. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Available at GNM Hancock NHSN Rare Books and Archives ( GIL).Further Reading: Bean tle a portrait of Newcastle. Newcastle upon Tyne City Council 5 Boniface, P. Northumberland and Newcastle upon Tyne. Northumberland and Newcastle upon Tyne.