Tyne and Wear HER(6982): Newcastle, Cloth Market, town hall and corn exchange - Details
Newcastle, Cloth Market, town hall and corn exchange
John Green designed the corn exchange which was built on the site of Middle Street on 30 October 1839. In 1858 Johnston erected the town hall above it. Demolished 1973. Site now occupied by Stanegate House.
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