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Pink Lane

Pink Lane was part of the system of narrow lanes (the 'pomerium') that used to run along the inside of the Town Walls, and on which no building was allowed. It was named from the Pink Tower, one of the Walls D-shaped, defensive towers, which was located near to the junction of Pink Lane and Clayton Street West.
Tyne and Wear HER(6502): Newcastle, Pink Lane LinkExternal link
by Andrew Curtis

Created: Fri, 5 Feb 2010, Updated: Sun, 23 Nov 2014

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NZ2463 : Forth Lane by Andrew Curtis
NZ2463 : Pink Lane from Clayton Street West by Andrew Curtis
NZ2463 : The Forth Public House, Pink Lane by Andrew Curtis
NZ2463 : Turner's Building, Pink Lane by Andrew Curtis
NZ2464 : Pink Lane from Westgate Road by Andrew Curtis
NZ2463 : Pape's Building, Pink Lane by Andrew Curtis

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