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Amen Corner and Milburn House Newcastle from the air

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aerial photograph of Amen Corner and Milburn House Newcastle upon Tyne England UK. Amen Corner gets its name from where Cathedral processions ended. Grade II listed Milburn House is an interesting Office building designed by By Oliver, Leeson and Wood and built in 1902. The open courtyards light wells are to allow natural light into all the offices. Bottom right is the medieval Black Gate entrance to the castle built AD 1247-1250.


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