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A striking contrast to the concrete and steel around it, the Holy Jesus Hospital stands out with its red brick exterior. Walking through its column lined walk way and arches takes you back hundreds of years!
This is a stunning building, but most of the time you can only really see from outside because its a national trust office. Sometimes its open in tuesday or thursday part of the day but ive been here then and it ws shut.
Although you can't go in, this is definitely a nice building and worth having a look at if you are interested in historic buildings. It is a shame that the National Trust haven't done something better with it, but worth a few minutes of your...More
Although this is an interesting historic site in central Newcastle (just a few minutes from the station and Grey Street) the walk to it is uninspiring at best and grim at worst (depending on how you feel about 1960s architecture and the central motorway).
I'd have loved to go round this and having seen it as a National Trust Property in the information shop in the City Centre, I headed out through the kind of abusive 1960s and 70's urban improvements that I hope planners somewhere are suffering eternally...More