Buildings in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England

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Introduction

This page is devoted to showing photos of, and giving a little information about, a selection of industrial and formerly industrial buildings in Newark-on-Trent, England, but it is by no means comprehensive, and will be added to from time to time. It is an adjunct to my main Newark page.

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Hole's Brewery

Hole's Brewery Located in Albert Street, close to the Beaumond Cross road junction, the clock tower of this former brewery is a dominating feature of the landscape in this part of the town centre. The building is in good condition, and is being converted to alternative use. Photo 86,587 bytes.

 

 

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Warwick and Richardson's Brewery

Warwick and Richardson's Brewery Situated in a very prominent position on the eastern approach to the town centre in North Gate, this huge building is in a sad state of dereliction. Photo 49,984 bytes.

 

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Nicholson's Ironworks

Nicholson's Ironworks This former factory stands on the north bank of the Trent, and has been tastefully converted to residential use. This photo (79,104 bytes) was taken from Trent Bridge.

 

 

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