2 edition of topographical conductor, or descriptive guide to Newcastle and Gateshead. found in the catalog.
topographical conductor, or descriptive guide to Newcastle and Gateshead.
Oliver, Thomas architect.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||101|
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£‑ NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE – MACKENZIE, ENEAS A Descriptive and Historical Account of the Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne. Newcastle upon Tyne, in Gateshead (England) Thomas OLIVER (Architect.) The Topographical Conductor, Or Descriptive Guide to Newcastle and Gateshead; Also to the Suburbs and Environs.
Accompanied by a Plan of Newcastle and Gateshead, and a Map of the Environs in ; Also a Plan of Newcastle in Oliver () The Topographical Conductor or Descriptive Guide to Newcastle & Gateshead, with all 3 folded maps.
8 Doyle () The aptain of the Polestar, 1st edition of Doyles 2nd book. Inthe very year of the Census of Religious Worship, the architect Thomas Oliver published ‘The topographical conductor, or descriptive guide to Newcastle & Gateshead ’.
On page 26 he writes: “NELSON STREET CHAPEL is a place of worship erected for the Primitive Methodists, west of the Music Hall. He was also author of the ‘A New Picture of Newcastle upon Tyne’ in and ‘The Topographical Conductor, or Descriptive Guide to Newcastle and Gateshead’ in Thomas Oliver married twice, first in to Margaret Lorimer, the daughter of a Kelso mason and second in about to Elizabeth Best who came from Yorkshire.
Gateshead Council leader Mick Henry said: “In Pevsner described the former Gateshead. This book illustrates the transformation of Gateshead very well.” Newcastle City Council leader John Shipley, who described the book as a “brilliant guide and a monumental achievement” said one of his favourite buildings is Newcastle Civic Centre.
A Descriptive topographical conductor Historical Account of the Town & County of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Including the Borough of Gateshead Eneas Mackenzie — Gateshead (England) Author: Eneas Mackenzie. Maps and guides for Newcastle and Gateshead Find your way around NewcastleGateshead with our series of official maps and guides, available for you to download with ease.
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Oliver is actually best known for his work as a land surveyor. He published a number of plans of Newcastle between and (and one in posthumously).
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Newcastle and the North East. A small selection, includes; Oliver, Thomas - The Topographical Conductor, or Descriptive Guide to Newcastle & Gateshead; also to the Suburbs and Environs. Newcastle-on-Tyne: Printed for the author, With 3 folding maps/plans (1 loose).
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