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Report - Pendower Hall, Newcastle - March 2020


elomio

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This one wasn't as interesting as I hoped unfortunately, as I caught it a little too late in the redevelopment stage so all the fun was stripped out. Funnily enough their cameras and fancy security system were following my movement the entire time and a police station was a two minute walk away yet nobody bothered to turn up.

History

Pendower Hall was built for Victorian banker J W Pearce in 1867. The building has served the local community as a hospital in the First World War, a school in the 1920s and then as a teacher’s centre before closing in 2002. The building is currently being refurbished into a commercial venue. Archaeological works on the gardens discovered a Roman fort, which used to be garrisoned by a part-mounted unit from Upper Germany and later by cavalry from northern Spain.

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MarkusCP87

Undiscovered locations in the UK
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I wish I'd had a look now, a bit stripped but some nice features still.
 

stranton

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nice building :thumb
the police station 2 mins away has been empty for 2yrs, the hospital across the road is currently being demo'd.
 

elomio

28DL Full Member
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nice building :thumb
the police station 2 mins away has been empty for 2yrs, the hospital across the road is currently being demo'd.
That’s weird, I saw some police cars lined up there, maybe just used as a depot? ‘Newcastle West Police Office’
 
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Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
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Lovely looking building, that second to last shot is quite something. Like this:thumb
 

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