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Jubilee Gates
Jubilee Gates
Jubilee Gates
Jubilee Gates
Jubilee Gates
Jubilee Gates

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Replicas of the original ornamental entrance gates, originally created to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897, which were removed during the Second World War and restored in 2003.
Title

Jubilee Gates

Date

2003

Accession number

NE1_SD_S091

Acquisition method

funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund Grant for Restoration

Work type

Gateway

Owner

Newcastle City Council

Custodian

Newcastle City Council

Work status

extant

Access

at all times

Inscription description

top of entrance gate: LEAZES PARK; gate, left: Jubilee Gates / Originally opened by Alderman / Sir Charles F. Hamond. On 28 October 1897 / to mark the 60th Jubilee of Queen Victoria. / Re-opened by the Lord Mayor of Newcastle upon Tyne / Councillor Margaret R. Carter. On 17 August 2003. / Restoration funded by the / Heritage Lottery Fund.; gate, right: LEAZES PARK / 1873 / RE-OPENED 16TH SEPTEMBER 2004 / BY THE DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND / RESTORATION FUNDED BY THE / HERITAGE LOTTERY FUND

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Located at

Leazes Park, Richardson Road, Newcastle upon Tyne

NE1 4LR