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The Tyne Bridge

Newcastle upon Tyne, England
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"iconic landmark"
in 37 reviews
"the great north run"
in 27 reviews
"feat of engineering"
in 9 reviews
"both sides"
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"visit newcastle"
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"gateshead"
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"tyne"
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"symbol"
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"quayside"
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"kittiwakes"
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Reviewed yesterday

This bridge is an amazing art work as well as enginering. It built over the Tune river which separates Gateshead from Newcastlr. From the bridge which you can work the length of it, you can see all the seven bridges of Tyne, Sage, Baltic and...More

Thank Zara I
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Not sure how long it here, I heard until Christmas, but the bar under the bridge is worth a visit. Built from rusty shipping containers the bar is well equipped with a range of drinks and food and plenty of seating inside and out. It...More

Thank Andrew C
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Reviewed 5 days ago

It is not a bad bridge to look at and the traffic moves over it well but I would not come out of my way to see it or call it a tourist attraction

Thank David W
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Reviewed 1 week ago

My favourite way of seeing the Tyne Bridge is from the train as it enters Newcastel Central Station from London Kings Cross. Its also amazing to see this incredible piece of engineering from the Quayside - at this time of year the sound of kittiwakes...More

Thank robsonmccabe
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wonderful space to see art. Brilliant cafe and next door classy Artisan restaurant. Well worth the detour for both. Nice terrace attached to cafe for warm weather.

Thank moomintroll_10
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Seven bridges in one mile! Vehicular, rails and pedestrian. Amazing though the Tyne is no longer a ship building river, new industries have developed and there's plenty of pedestrian traffic along the river. The Tyne Bridge (1928) is not the oldest. That honour belongs to...More

Thank Missy T
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I've lived in Newcastle all my life and it's now the first time that this iconic bridge surpasses itself as a result of the great exhibition of the north .It has grown wi gs with the numerous sea containers on the Gateshead side with their...More

Thank Peter H
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you come to see the Tyne Bridge, you will be near several interesting tourist sites. You can go to the Newcastle Castle, which tells the history of the Tyne Bridge. You will be near the British train station, which I believe leaves town on...More

1  Thank Helen A
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Icon of Newcastle, symbol of home, testament to the engineering of Dorman Long and Co. Opened in 1928 by King George V and still going strong. You can do a walking circuit with the Millennium Bridge or the Swing Bridge to take in some of...More

Thank Dr_Waugh
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This bridge is a glorious testament to building in days gone by. Wonderful from afar and also standing right underneath (but beware of the kittiwakes...)

Thank lynnc185
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