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The Quayside

Sat on Newcastle's Quayside with a view of the Tyne Bridge.

35–37 The Close, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE1 3RN

This bar takes its name from its location in the Quayside area of the city, alongside the River Tyne.

An illustration of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1887.

An illustration of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1887.

An illustration of Central Railway Station.

A print of Bigg (or Barely) Market.

A photograph of the keep of the castle.

An illustration of The Quayside, c1820.

A photograph of the Quayside looking upstream.

An illustration of the opening of the new swing bridge.

A photograph of Theatre Royal, Grey Street.

Prints of Newcastle.

 External photograph of the building – main entrance.

External photograph of the building – rear entrance.

Extract from Wetherspoon News Summer 2019.

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