Tyne and Wear HER(17271): Newcastle, Wellington Street, brewery visitor centre - Details
Newcastle, Wellington Street, brewery visitor centre
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Built in the 1930s or 1940s as a garage. It was later bought by the Tyne Brewery and used by the company's engineers. Later it was converted to be used as a visitors centre and museum of brewing at Newcastle. Upstairs was a gym for the brewery staff. The centre was brick built, with sandstone and concrete lintels and sills and painted cement-rendered panels between the windows on each floor. It had a flat roof. Recorded in 2008 ahead of demolition.
Archaeological Services Durham University, 2008, Tyne Brewery, Newcastle upon Tyne - Archaeological Building Recording