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Whitley Bay, North Shields, Wallsend, Tynemouth, Cullercoats, Monkseaton, Royal Quays, Fish Quay, Tynemouth Castle, High Light, Low Light, St. Mary`s Island, Wislow Homer, Stan Laurel, John Gilroy, Gladstone Adams, Robert Westall, Harriet Martineau, Lord Collingwood, Sandcastles, Dolphin Mooring Post, Tyne Anew, Lightning Clock, Sea Dreamer`s Rest, Wooden Dolly, The Watch House, The Priory, Guiseppe Garibaldi, John Dobson, Maritime Chambers, Cliffords Fort, Rendezvous Café, Julia Darling, The Spanish City, Segedunum, Hadrian`s Wall, Thomas Burt, Thomas Brown ………………these are just a few of the places, people, buildings and works of art that helped to make North Tyneside what it is today.

 

Useful links

 

»» Discover all you need to know about the balance of working, culture and business development on the scenic banks of the River Tyne at North Shields by visiting www.thefishquay.com . You will be pleasantly surprised of what lies in store. Plan a visit now.

 

»» The Spanish City was an important part of Whitley Bay`s seaside past. Why not recall some of those long forgotten memories by listening to a couple of poems about the place that so many people recall with fondness. CLICK HERE and start your journey down Memory Lane.

 

»» The Cheviot Hills lie at the heart of the Northumberland National Park, less than one hours drive from North Tyneside. Why not pay a visit to www.cheviotwalks.co.uk and discover a host of walks, articles and photographs which will whet your appetite for a further exploration of these remote hills. You will not regret it.

 

»» Do you want to know a little more of what is happening in the towns of Whitley Bay, North Shields and Wallsend? Then visit www.tynetown.co.uk and keep yourself up to date. Whilst you are there be sure to have a look at the excellent collection of old postcards of the area which are accessible in the website`s `Gallery`.

 

»» Discover the places to visit, the entertainments to be enjoyed and a host of other ideas for a trip to North Tyneside by visiting www.visitnorthtyneside.com . You will enjoy your trip and, of course, spend some time to complete one of the walks on this website.

 

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