Six floors: 114 flats & Maisnonettes: 17 one-bedroom, 16 two-bedroom, and 81 three-bedroom.
Built in the shape of a ‘T’, and sat at a right angle with Westmorland Court, and connected to it by two walkways. It then ran down to near the entrance to St. James Mall, where it met at a right angle with, and was joined via two walkways to, Northumberland Court, which was replaced by the Hub, in 2015.
The front (sitting rooms) windows of the top of the ‘T’, faced south east (The High Road), and the leg of the short ‘T’, faced South west (Gateshead). Demolished summer 1992, and not yet built over.
Named after: Historic county of North West England.
Photograph courtesy of Norman Dunn: http://www.oldtyneside.co.uk/