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Trinity House Banqueting Hall and Board Room, Newcastle upon Tyne

Description: Trinity House Banqueting Hall and Board Room

Grade: I
Date Listed: 14 June 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 304431

OS Grid Reference: NZ2536963995
OS Grid Coordinates: 425369, 563995
Latitude/Longitude: 54.9699, -1.6052

Locality: Newcastle upon Tyne
County: Newcastle upon Tyne
Country: England
Postcode: NE1 3DQ

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Listing Text


21 and 24/126 Trinity House
Banqueting Hall and
14.6.54 Board Room.

G.V. I

Banqueting Hall. Dated 1721 on plaque. English garden wall bond brick (4 and one)
with painted ground floor and ashlar dressings. Welsh slate roof. 2 storeys, 5
windows. Ground floor has segmental-headed passage arch in third bay; irregular
fenestration: 3 square windows, 2 on left C19 2-light, Tudor style under drip
moulds. First floor has covered gallery in first bay linking with adjacent
building; 5 elliptical-headed sash windows with wide glazing bars in architraves
with small keys; moulded sills. Floor string; gutter cornice under parapet with
pilasters and ashlar coping. Interior shows 4-bay hall with panelled walls;
ceiling has stucco decoration with central oval compass. Re-used Jacobean
overmantel with carved side panels and central arms of Charles I. Mostly
original or early glass. Board room off entrance passage: dated 1791 on plaque
on right return to rear of banqueting hall. Probably by John Stokoe. Half-
glazed door and screen to passage; stucco modillioned ceiling cornice; chimney
piece with cornice.

Listing NGR: NZ2536963995

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Source: English Heritage

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