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Report - Armstong Building, Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, November 2013

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by Renrutt, Nov 9, 2013.

  1. Renrutt

    Renrutt Turnerr
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    Armstong Building, Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, November 2013

    The Armstrong Building is the oldest building on the Newcastle Universtiy campus, the building was constructed in four phases between 1885 and 1906, with later extentions in the 1940s and 1960s.
    On this occasion I managed to find my way up Jubilee/Exhibiton Tower which was part of the second phase of the build, along with the south-west wing which was opened in 1894, funded by surplus funds raised from an Exhibition to mark Queen Victoria's Jubilee in 1887.

    The building is currently undergoing major redevelopment which will see Jubilee Tower become a main entrance to the building.

    Not fantastically high by any means and I'm not fantastically happy with my pictures either, but high stuff in the North East needs representing.
    Some decent views of the city and a nice one to just sit and chill on (if it wasnt so bastard cold)

    boshed solo

    my external shot actually shows the north-west entrance at the opposite side of the building, this section was completed in 1906.





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    looking back at the north-west entrance


    Cheers for looking.​

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