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Tyne Bridge and Millennium Bridge View - Geograph - 759597.jpg
Tyne Bridge and Millennium Bridge View
Central Motorway planned network - Coppermine - 4068.jpg
Central Motorway planned network Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 22, 2005 by Roadtripper_Ian
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Central Motorways

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 22, 2005 by Roadtripper_Ian

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Central Newcastle when the A1 went via the Tyne TunnelThis page includes a scan of a non-free copyrighted map, and the copyright for it is most likely held by the company or person that produced the map. It is believed that the use of a limited number of web-resolution scans qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law, where this web page is hosted, as such display does not significantly impede the right of the copyright holder to sell the copyrighted material, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
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E31 and Claremont Road Motorway on Soviet map This page includes a scan of a non-free copyrighted map, and the copyright for it is most likely held by the company or person that produced the map. It is believed that the use of a limited number of web-resolution scans qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law, where this web page is hosted, as such display does not significantly impede the right of the copyright holder to sell the copyrighted material, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
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North West Radial (C) Peter McDermott - Geograph - 2388036.jpg
North West Radial (C) Peter McDermott
The A167 North West Radial in Newcastle.
Northumberland Street (C) Andrew Curtis - Geograph - 1677944.jpg
Northumberland Street (C) Andrew Curtis
Benton Lane - Geograph - 75187.jpg
A block of early 20th century terraced housing on the road into Westmoor.
Railway Bridge, Redheugh Bridge Road (C) Andrew Curtis - Geograph - 2714835.jpg
Railway Bridge, Redheugh Bridge Road (C) Andrew Curtis
There are two railway bridges here, both part of the original Newcastle and Carlisle Railway route on the north bank of the Tyne. The most distant ('NEN1/7') is at a slightly higher level as the trains have to rise to Newcastle Central Station. Before the Station was completed in 1851, the city terminus from 1839 was at Shot Tower, off Railway Street north-west of the Arena (off photo to the left).


The bridge nearest the camera ('Shot Tower Bridge FOG/3') provided an entry to Forth Banks Goods Station. The wall on the right that forms a boundary to the Goods Station shows signs of at least two other railway bridges that took lines from the sidings (where the Arena is now) into the Goods Station. Short sections of track still exist on both these lines <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2714855'>NZ2463 : Forth Banks Goods Yard from Redheugh Bridge</a>
Grey's Monument from Grainger Street (C) Andrew Curtis - Geograph - 2186005.jpg
Grey's Monument from Grainger Street (C) Andrew Curtis
The northern part of Grainger Street up to Monument is pedestrianised and is cultivating an outside culture <</a>
Westgate Road, NE1 - the line of... (C) Mike Quinn - Geograph - 1890138.jpg
Westgate Road, NE1 - the line of... (C) Mike Quinn
The southern end of Bigg Market,... (C) Bill Henderson - Geograph - 256160.jpg
The southern end of Bigg Market,... (C) Bill Henderson
St Nicholas's Cathedral can be seen at the centre of the picture.
Grey Street (C) Andrew Curtis - Geograph - 1679521.jpg
Grey Street (C) Andrew Curtis
Showing the glorious sweep of Richard Grainger's commercial buildings on the west side. Voted 'Best street in the UK' by BBC Radio 4 listeners in 2002.
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Quayside, NE1 (2)
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Sailors Bethel
Sailors Bethel Horatio Street, replacing an earlier building on Manor Chare, this non conformist sailors chapel, built at a cost of £2,000 to the designs of Thomas Oliver Junior, was opened 12th April 1877. The Sunday School to the rear was added in 1900. It became a Danish Church after Word War II, finally closing in 1949. Restored to use as offices in 1991.
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19-39 Market Street, NE1
Built c 1837, probably by John Wardle, for Richard Grainger. The central 5-bay pavilion has six giant Ionic fluted columns, with the right hand three being shorter to accommodate the change in ground level along the street. The buildings are Grade II listed.
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Newcastle High Level Bridge It's a bridge, but not from the usual angle.
Forth Street - Geograph - 1111187.jpg
Forth Street The viaduct carries the tracks at Newcastle Central station.
Close, NE1 - by the High Level Bridge - Geograph - 4398816.jpg
Close, NE1 - by the High Level Bridge
Clayton Street West, Newcastle upon Tyne - Geograph - 2184074.jpg
Clayton Street West, Newcastle upon Tyne Clayton Street Chippy is on the left, before the opening to Pink Lane. The lane takes its name from Pink Tower on the old town wall which stood in this location until demolished in 1852.

Further down the street is Clarendon House (formerly a temperance hotel built c1896 by Oliver & Leeson) and St Mary's Cathedral. At the end of the road the blue building of the International Centre for Life is visible.

On the right side of the street the properties form part of Richard Grainger's redevelopment of the town centre, although only the facades now remain.
Newcastle City Walls - Geograph - 804024.jpg
Newcastle City Walls Notice the stainless steel sculpture in the background. China Town is just behind the photographer.
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Brunton Lane Level Crossing on the Tyne and Wear Metro
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Fawdon Lane Level Crossing on the Tyne and Wear Metro
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Howdon Lane Level Crossing on the Tyne and Wear Metro
A167 southbound, just before the road becomes the A167(M) - Coppermine - 6269.jpg
A167 southbound, just before the road becomes the A167(M) Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 05, 2006 by Mark Hewitt
Brunton Lane, Kingston Park - Geograph - 303547.jpg
Brunton Lane, Kingston Park This view is looking north down Brunton Lane from the junction with Ponteland Road.
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late evening on the way to Dinnington village from Kingston Park
Aeroplane - Geograph - 281980.jpg
Aeroplane coming in to land at Newcastle Airport over the C101
Kenton Road heading north - Geograph - 3584518.jpg
Kenton Road heading north Approaching roundabout.
Wansbeck Road North - Geograph - 21610.jpg
Wansbeck Road North This was taken from the bridge of Wansbeck Road Metro station, looking north.
Metro bridge crossing Wansbeck Road, Gosforth - Geograph - 5677034.jpg
Metro bridge crossing Wansbeck Road, Gosforth The Metro line between Regent Centre and Airport crosses Wansbeck Road ahead. A station, with a platform on either side of the bridge, takes its name from the road.
Broadway West - Geograph - 3649675.jpg
Broadway West From the roundabout on the Great North Road (B1318).
Mini-roundabout near golf course and playing fields - Geograph - 1644522.jpg
Mini-roundabout near golf course and playing fields This photograph shows a mini-roundabout near the City of Newcastle Golf Course and playing fields which are located just to the north of the roundabout (behind the line of trees). The picture was taken just after a recent fall of snow in early January looking in a northerly direction towards the golf course.
Kingston Park Road, Fawdon - Geograph - 3584579.jpg
Kingston Park Road, Fawdon Heading west.
Road to North Fawdon - Geograph - 1645419.jpg
Road to North Fawdon This photograph shows the road to North Fawdon after a recent fall of snow. The snow-laden road going off to the left in the foreground of the picture is Park Avenue. The picture was taken looking in a north-north-westerly direction towards Middle Brunton West Farm.
Level crossing on Station Road - Geograph - 4421810.jpg
Level crossing on Station Road Near Bank Foot station on the Newcastle Metro line.
Trevalyn Drive Newbiggin Hall - Geograph - 458704.jpg
Trevalyn Drive Newbiggin Hall
Hillhead Road near junction with West Denton Way - Geograph - 3802300.jpg
Hillhead Road near junction with West Denton Way
Tyne View, Lemington - Geograph - 1986526.jpg
Tyne View, Lemington Shops at the west end of Lemington's main street viewed towards Lorraine Terrace and 613653
West Denton fire station - Geograph - 288072.jpg
West Denton fire station West Denton fire station, West Denton Way, West Denton, Tyne & Wear
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West Denton Way Housing estate on this busy thoroughfare.
Netherby Drive, Fenham - Geograph - 3318577.jpg
Netherby Drive, Fenham
The start of A1058(M) by Jesmond Parish Church from Jesmond Road - Geograph - 3600735.jpg
The start of A1058(M) by Jesmond Parish Church from Jesmond Road. The short stub to A167(M) Newcastle Central Motorway is not signed as such.
 

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