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Urban Development Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 9 pictures in our Urban Development collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Foyer JLP01_22_02_099
Foyer JLP01_22_02_099
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Inner roof structure JLP01_22_02_055
Inner roof structure JLP01_22_02_055
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Inner roof structure JLP01_22_02_054
Inner roof structure JLP01_22_02_054
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Construction site JLP01_22_01_027_05
Construction site JLP01_22_01_027_05
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Construction site JLP01_22_01_025_06
Construction site JLP01_22_01_025_06
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Durham JLP01_10_26726
Durham JLP01_10_26726
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Playground JLP01_08_084029
Playground JLP01_08_084029
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Before Aldwych HSI01_01_026
Before Aldwych HSI01_01_026
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Before Aldwych HSI01_01_001
Before Aldwych HSI01_01_001
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Durham JLP01_10_26726 Featured Image

Durham JLP01_10_26726

Millburngate, Durham, County Durham. An elevated view from the north-west showing Millburngate, Riverside House and surrounding buildings, with Durham Castle beyond.
Construction of the second phase of Millburngate began in August 1984. Phase I had been developed in 1974; Phase II would increase the centre from 102,000sqft to 187,000sqft. The second phase was linked to Phase I by a covered pedestrian mall. The five storey complex comprised one main floor of shopping, with storage above, and two lower levels of car parking and servicing, offices, and restaurants with views over the River Wear. The centre was completed on 24th October 1986 and was officially opened on 15th April 1987 by Princess Alexandra. An illustration of the building was featured on a stamp as part of a set produced in 1984 on the theme of Urban Renewal. The complex was later renamed the Gates. It was closed in 2016 and was demolished to make way for Milburngate, a mixed development of office, retail and residential units

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