Tyne and Wear HER(6984): Newcastle, Castle Garth, Moot Hall 2 - Details
Newcastle, Castle Garth, Moot Hall 2
The new Moot Hall was began in 1810. Designed by John Stokoe, as Northumberland County Court and Prisons, but called the Moot Hall because it replaced the medieval one (HER 6540). It was finished in 1812. LISTED GRADE 1
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