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New City Library
City Library Charles Avison Building 33 New Bridge Street West
Posted 14 Jul 2016
This is a big modern building on four floors with a cafe as you go in. The floor with fiction is qui...
Theatre Royal
100 Grey Street
Posted 14 Jul 2016
I was in Newcastle and had a spare evening so looked to see what was on at the theatre. That's Enter...
Laneway & Co
17-19 High Bridge
Posted 14 Jul 2016
Having had lunch elsewhere, all we wanted was a cup of coffee, and our attention was drawn to the wr...
Fat Hippo Underground
2-6 Shakespeare Street
Posted 14 Jul 2016
We were tempted in here by the description of the vegetarian burgers and were certainly not disappoi...
Pani's Cafe Bar
61-65 High Bridge
Posted 14 Jul 2016
The criticism first. This place is very loud. It's downstairs in a basement with a vaulted ceiling a...
Mantra Thai Dining
29 Forth Banks
Posted 14 Jul 2016
This place is located down a hill behind Central Station, almost at the quayside, and the Metro trai...
Ury
27 Queen Street
Posted 14 Jul 2016
This place had changed ownership since last I was in Newcastle, and we called in because of the good...
Newcastle Central Station
24 Westmorland Road
Posted 14 Jul 2016
This station has been modernised considerably over the last few years and looks really elegant insid...
Grey's Monument
26 Grey Street
Posted 14 Jul 2016
Grey's Monument stands impressively at the top of Grey Street and is seen from several directions. I...
The Tyne Bridge
Posted 14 Jul 2016
Is there a bridge much more iconic than the Tyne Bridge in Britain? As is well known it was the insp...
Grey Street
Posted 14 Jul 2016
Grey Street runs steeply down from Grey's Monument towards the Quayside and the architecture of many...
The Quayside
Quayside
Posted 14 Jul 2016
Whenever I am in Newcastle I am always drawn to the quayside. It's a steep hill down from the centre...