Tynemouth


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Tynemouth

(tīn`məth, tĭn`–), city (1991 pop. 60,022), North Tyneside metropolitan district, NE England, on the Tyne River. Tynemouth is highly industrialized. Formerly a shipbuilding center and a coal and fishing port, its manufactures now include furniture, textiles, glassware, machine tools, and die castings. It is also a resort. There are remains of a priory founded by King Edwin of Northumbria early in the 7th cent.

Tynemouth

 

a city in Great Britain, in the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear; part of the Tyneside conurbation. Population, 68,800 (1971). Tynemouth is a resort at the mouth of the Tyne River, on the North Sea. There are fishermen’s moorings in the vicinity.

Tynemouth

a port in NE England, in North Tyneside unitary authority, Tyne and Wear, at the mouth of the River Tyne: includes the port and industrial centre of North Shields; fishing, ship-repairing, and marine engineering. Pop.: 17 056 (2001)
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The well-known landmark had opened as Tynemouth Aquarium and Winter Gardens in 1878.
At the top of the slope we turn right to pass the Old Correction House and the Tynemouth Lodge Hotel, on our left.
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Ewan Charlton being christened on board Tynemouth RNLI station's Severn class all weather lifeboat by Rev Timothy Duff in front of parents Mark and Bridget, their families and friends and RNLI volunteers
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The area has been given the status by marine conservation charity Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) after volunteers persuaded many traders in Tynemouth to swap throwaway plastic items for reusable or biodegradable alternatives.
It demonstrates that people in Tynemouth care deeply about this problem and are ready to work together and do their bit to solve it.
The air, land and sea search was carried out for over two hours between the south end of Tynemouth Long Sands and the North Shields Ferry Landing on the River Tyne.
Many believe Tynemouth has become a popular food and drink destination, thanks to the range of eateries from Riley's Fish Shack and Longsands Fish Kitchen to Gulshan and Gate of India.
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