The Ravensdene Lodge Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

55 Consett Road, Lobley Hill, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, NE11 0AN, United Kingdom
Ravensdene Lodge
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Costs 21% less but rated 25% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Business55

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Forum Posts

Neil Talbot 3D map of Tyne on Quayside wall

by PaulRTempest

Can anyone point me to a website or book that will name the buildings etc on this map
Ta.

Re: Neil Talbot 3D map of Tyne on Quayside wall

by Mariajoy

If your search proves fruitless, I suppose you could try asking the sculptor directly. There is a contact page on his website:

http://www.neiltalbot.com/

Just an idea. Good luck :)

Re: Neil Talbot 3D map of Tyne on Quayside wall

by honeymooner82

Hi, when you say "3D map" are you meaning the engraving/sculpture shown on this website :- http://www.newcastle.gov.uk/core.nsf/a/pubartquayside. I found this after a quick search and am guessing thats what you want to find out about. Anyway, i can't tell you exactly what building it is on but...

The area of the quayside which has been developed is not huge. On a nice day you can stroll along the length of it in about 1 hour. From the city centre ask anyone how to get to the quayside and they'll point you in the right direction. Then head towards the sea and you'll pass lots of newer buildings including the law courts, restaurants, hotels and offices. Modern art is dotted along the way and this is probably where the sculpture is.
Sorry for two things:- first if your a local boy looking for specific info then i've been no help, second if you do walk along the area i've said and don't see it then sorry.

Travel Tips for Newcastle upon Tyne

Pubs+Clubs

by deeper_blue

Newcastle is famous for its lively nightlife. I think there's a local law about having at least 4 Newcastle Brown Ales and a jug of Carling (very amusing!?) Newcastle and alcohol are basically inseperable, and if Newcastle beat Sunderland, the beer will definitely flow. The Tyne Bridge will always stick in your mind when someone mentions Newcastle, but my most memorable part of the City is St James' and the black and whites.

Belsay Old Hall

by stevezero

A two storey Tudor mansion was added to the west side of the old castle at Belsay, and later the mansion was given a Jacobean west wing, both are now ruinous, but well worth viewing.
The old hall was abandoned when the occupants moved the 300m or so to their new hall.

Admission Charge
Adults - £5.50 for hall, castle and grounds

Directions:
In Belsay, 20kms NW of Newcastle on A696 (OS Map 88; ref NZ 088785)

Chinatown

by steventilly

Newcastle has it's own small 'chinatown' centred on Stowell Street (See Restaurants Section), which is quite close to the football stadium. It's currently undergoing a bit of redevelopment work, and will be all the better when it is finished. As well as an array of restaurants there are a couple fo food shops, health practitioners, piercing, cultural centre and so on. At one end of Stowell Street is Rosies Bar, a great traditional pub and a good place for a pint or two before or after a chinese meal. On match days it's a bit crowded with football fans, but at other times it has a real good atmosphere.

Necastle Falcons Rugby Union F.C.

by TheGaz1982

Althoguh I am not a big rugby union fan, Newcastle do have a good rugby union team, who play in Englands premier rugby league. They are called the Newcastle Falcons, and also have the David Beckham of rugby union...his name is Johny Wilkinson...and is amongst the best players in the world! When watching Newcastle play you might need ear plugs because of the noise! A rain jacket, because of the unpredictable wether...but mostly, money to buy food and drinks and pay for entrance to the Falcons.

Beamish Open Air Museum

by margaretvn

Visit nearby Beamish Open Air Museum.This is a huge open air museum which shows family and working life in a community in the northeast of England around the time of World War I. It is divided into several areas, such as a high street with shops, a mining village a school and a farm. Guides in costume explain everything without painting too rosy a picture of life then. You can travel around the museum on a restored tramline, otherwise it involves some walking because it is spread over 300 acres of land.

At beamish County Durham
Getting there:
Train to Durham and then a bus
Tel: (01207) 231811

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Address: 55 Consett Road, Lobley Hill, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, NE11 0AN, United Kingdom