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14-18 Stowell St, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4XQ, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

Alien American Part 2

by shoshjones

Hello,
Thank you all for responding to my inquiry regarding my husband and I's possible relocation from the US to N-O-T. It was much easier to just post a this than to send an individual email to each of you. If you should have any other feedback about this part of England, I would love to hear it. Anyways, my husband will get to see it first hand as he leaves from Orlando, FL for his job interview this Monday. He is interviewing at the University of N-O-T for a lectureship position in the Marine Sciences College. Thus far, we have heard (even outside of this forum) very positive feedback about the area. But first things first...let my husband survive the interview process! :)
Thanks again for your advice!

RE: RE: Alien American Part 2

by shoshjones

That will be most coincidental if my husband actually meets your cousin. I will give him the information so he can be on the look out. :)

RE: Alien American Part 2

by Davy124

Just a daft little point, but it,s N-U-T, not N-O-T.

RE: RE: Alien American Part 2

by cathy9510usa

Hope your husband gets the position, and good luck relocating. I'm an American who married a Newcastle citizen and made the move in 2000. It's a wonderful city, with lots of great places to visit nearby. I'll be glad to give you information on the city if you'd like.

Regards,

Cathy

Travel Tips for Newcastle upon Tyne

Tyne Bridge

by sandysmith

This is THE bridge that everyone associates with Newcastle. It took 3 years to build and was opened by King George V in October 1928. 7,000 tons of steelwork have gone into this bridge which is 193 ft high and 1,275 ft long. Its single arch spans 531ft across the Tyne. Two of the four supporting towers contain elevators linking the bridge to the Quayside below. When it was finished in 1928 it was the largest single span in the world at that time.

Seems like everyone wants to get a pic of Newcastle's forerunner of Sydney Harbour Bridge!

Looking Back From The Swing Bridge

by steventilly

This is a view looking back from the Swing Bridge. At the top of the cliff is the Castle Keep and beside it the Vermont Hotel. At Quay level is the Waterside Hotel (both mentioned in the 'Accomodations' section).

The local people in Newcastle...

by mikeEOS

The local people in Newcastle have a strong accent that can be difficult to understand. They are often known as ‘Geordies’ and they are renowned for their friendliness.
The city has a magnificent theatre – the Theatre Royal - on Grey Street which has a full programme of events including the Royal Shakespeare Company.
There is a range of museums that you would expect to find in any large city. The Laing Art Gallery, the Hancock Natural History Museum, and the Discovery Museum (excellent for children) are some of the most important

new bridge

by wild_wrose

Newcastle used to have 5 bridges across the Tyne, one was demolished (The Redheugh) and 3 new ones have been built, so now we have, The New Redheugh, The King Edward, The High Level, The Metro bridge, The Swing bridge, The Tyne bridge and the latest addition, The Millenium bridge, or Blinking Eye, 2 are train bridges which you can't cross on foot, but try out the last 3 I mentioned.

Bamburgh Castle - Northumberland

by keeweechic

Bamburgh Castle is a magnificent coastal castle completely restored in 1900. The castle displays a wonderful collection of china, porcelain, paintings, furniture, paintings as well as arms and armour. The castle is the private home of Lord Armstrong family.

You can find it in Bamburgh in Northumberland. When you are driving towards Bamburgh you can see the castle from miles off.

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