Parish Notes
TYNEMOUTH

Properties used by War Department in the Great War
War Office Lands and Buildings Reconstruction Committee List of Lands and Buildings in the occupation of the War Department 1st June 1918. Northern Command.

Properties marked with an asterisk were either owned by or leaded by the War Department prior to the commencement of the war. All other properties have been taken over since 4th August 1914.


TYNEMOUTH
Accommodation of Troops: Bath Assembly Rooms; Camp; *Castle Barracks; *Castle Barracks (Married Quarters); 1 Colbeck Terrace; 4 Colbeck Terrace; 6 Dawson Square; 15 Front Street; 24 Front Street; Grand Hotel; *6 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *7 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *8 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *9 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *10 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *13 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *14 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *15 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *21Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *25 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *27 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *30 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *31 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *33 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *35 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *37 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); *39 Hulne Avenue (Married Quarters); 17 Percy Gardens; 32 Percy Gardens; Percy Street and East Street (Two Rooms); St. Oswinís Hall; Tynemouth Palace; Tynemouth Shelter; Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade House;
Aerodrome: Landing Ground
Defences: *Castle
Hospitals: 47 Front Street (Detention Hospital); 2 St.Albanís Place (R.A.M.C. M.Oís Room); 1 Tynemouth Place (R.A.M.C. Dental Surgery).
Offices: *8 East Street (R.G.A.); *2 Percy Street (R.G.A.);
Training Grounds: Preston Avenue; Priorís Park; Spital Dene
Various: *Castle land; *Castle land for road; *Cliffordís Fort (Land); *Frenchmanís Point (Land); *Frenchmanís Point (Land for road).