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Newcastle University's Armstrong Building, named after Tyneside engineer and industrialist William George Armstrong, Baron Armstrong of Cragside (1810-1900). In 1871, Armstrong founded the College of Physical Science, one of the institutions that would later give rise to the University. The college was renamed Armstrong College in 1904.

Image: Andrew Curtis 2010 (CC BY-SA)


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