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New Castle Collection

"Discover the Charm of New Castle: A Perfect Blend of History and Beauty" Immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of New Castle, a hidden gem nestled in Tyne and Wear

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Royal County Down Golf Course and Slieve Donard Hotel

Royal County Down Golf Course and Slieve Donard Hotel
The Royal County Down golf course with the Slieve Donard Hotel, the small coastal town of Newcastle and the Mountains of Mourne behind

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Newcastle Bridge - Old

Newcastle Bridge - Old
The bridge over the Tyne at Newcastle, with buildings on it, destroyed by flood in 1771

Background imageNew Castle Collection: The Tyne Bridge, Newcastle (Newcastle-upon-Tyne), Tyne and Wear, England

The Tyne Bridge, Newcastle (Newcastle-upon-Tyne), Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageNew Castle Collection: England, Tyne & Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne. The Millennium Bridge and the river Tyne

England, Tyne & Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne. The Millennium Bridge and the river Tyne, viewed at night from the Newcastle upon tyne quayside

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Bridges on the Tyne

Bridges on the Tyne
The handsome bridges connecting Gateshead and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The Great Tyne Bridge arches over Stephensons High Level Bridge, a double-decker built in 1846

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne after the construction of the High Level and Swing Bridges across the river

Background imageNew Castle Collection: England, Tyne and Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne

England, Tyne and Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne. The Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Tyne Bridge and Sage Building located alongside the River Tyne and Newcastle / Gatehead Quayside

Background imageNew Castle Collection: England, Northumberland, Woodhorn Colliery Mining Museum

England, Northumberland, Woodhorn Colliery Mining Museum. Pit Head Winding Gear at the Woodhorn Colliery Mining Museum near Ashington - Once a former coal pit

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Unveiling Statue - Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Unveiling Statue - Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Newcastle-upon-Tyne - King Edward VII unveils the statue of his late Mother Queen Victoria at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, July 11th, 1906. The sculpture was made by George James Frampton (1860-1928)

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Sunrise over King Edwards Bay viewed from near Sharpness Point

Sunrise over King Edwards Bay viewed from near Sharpness Point. The remains of Tynemouth Priory can be seen to the right

Background imageNew Castle Collection: England, Tyne & Wear, St Marys Lighthouse

England, Tyne & Wear, St Marys Lighthouse. St Marys Island and Lighthouse, a popular tourist destination near Whitley Bay

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Tyne Bridge at sunset, spanning the River Tyne between Newcastle and Gateshead, Tyne and Wear

Tyne Bridge at sunset, spanning the River Tyne between Newcastle and Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Newcastle Uniteds St James Park Stadium

Newcastle Uniteds St James Park Stadium
St James Park Stadium, home of Newcastle United Football Club, aerial photograph. This all-seater stadium, in Newcastle, UK, can hold over 52, 000 people

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Railway Crossing - Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Railway Crossing - Newcastle-upon-Tyne - an absolutely stunning photographic composition, shot in the misty light of the early morning. Engineering works are still in progress!

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne
Grey Street, Newcastle Date: circa 1890

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Newcastle / Swing Bridge

Newcastle / Swing Bridge
The opening of the new swing bridge at Newcastle-on-Tyne on June 15th 1876. The bridge was designed by William Armstrong

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Newcastle United Team

Newcastle United Team
NEWCASTLE UNITED. League Champions of 1905

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Gateshead Millennium Bridge and The Sage at dusk, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, England

Gateshead Millennium Bridge and The Sage at dusk, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageNew Castle Collection: England, Tyne and Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne

England, Tyne and Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne. The Gateshead Millennium Bridge and Baltic Gallery on the Newcastle upon Tyne river quayside

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Railway Arch Newcastle

Railway Arch Newcastle
The railway arch over Dean Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, connecting the York and Berwick railway. It was opened by George Hudson, M.P. on 29 August 1848

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Duchess of Newcastle

Duchess of Newcastle
MARGARET CAVENDISH, DUCHESS OF NEWCASTLE Here described as the Marchioness, though the horse seems marginally more important

Background imageNew Castle Collection: George Wilson / Pedestrian

George Wilson / Pedestrian
GEORGE WILSON The " Blackheath Pedestrian", born in Newcastle 24 June 1766. Long distance walker and walking match champion

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Swing Bridge and castle, Newcastle (Newcastle-upon-Tyne), Tyne and Wear

Swing Bridge and castle, Newcastle (Newcastle-upon-Tyne), Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageNew Castle Collection: The New Tyne Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne

The New Tyne Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne with the swing bridge in the foreground. The bridge was opened by King George V on 10th October 1928 Date: circa 1930

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Silhouette, Sending Coals to Newcastle

Silhouette, Sending Coals to Newcastle
Sending Coals to Newcastle -- silhouette showing a mining landscape and three men carrying sacks of coal up a slope

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Great Fire of Newcastle and Gateshead

Great Fire of Newcastle and Gateshead
A view over Newcastle (on the far side of the River Tyne) and Gateshead (in the foreground) during the great fire which killed more than 50 people and destroyed many buildings

Background imageNew Castle Collection: The Queen presents the F. A. Cup to Newcastle

The Queen presents the F. A. Cup to Newcastle
The Queen hands the F.A. Cup to the Newcastle captain, Jimmy Scoular, watched by the Secretary of the Football Association, Sir Stanley Rous. B

Background imageNew Castle Collection: A full moon rises behind Whaleback Lighthouse. New Castle Common, New Castle, NH

A full moon rises behind Whaleback Lighthouse. New Castle Common, New Castle, NH
North America, US, NH, A full moon rises behind Whaleback Lighthouse

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Tollymore Barbican Gate

Tollymore Barbican Gate
The Barbican Gate entrance to Tollymore Forest Park, near Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland. It was built by Lord James Limerick as the eastern entrance to the park. Date: 1780s

Background imageNew Castle Collection: View along Newcastle Quayside at night showing the River Tyne

View along Newcastle Quayside at night showing the River Tyne, the floodlit Gateshead Millennium Bridge, the Arched Bridge and the Sage Gateshead, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Public Baths and Washhouse, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1859

Public Baths and Washhouse, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1859
Engraving showing the exterior of the then newly opened public baths and washhouse, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, 1859

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Newcastle United vs. Barnsley, F. A. Cup Final, 1910

Newcastle United vs. Barnsley, F. A. Cup Final, 1910
Illustration of the F.A. Cup Final between Newcastle United and Barnsley, with one of the Barnsley defenders (in dark shirts) chesting down the ball; Crystal Palace Football Ground, 23rd April 1910

Background imageNew Castle Collection: The Great Central Railway Station at Newcastle

The Great Central Railway Station at Newcastle
The Great Railway Station at Newcastle-Upon Tyne, forming part of the northern route connecting railway travel from Scotland to London

Background imageNew Castle Collection: England, Tyne & Wear, Watergate Forest Park. A royal protected Swan reflected on a small lake in

England, Tyne & Wear, Watergate Forest Park. A royal protected Swan reflected on a small lake in the Watergate Forest Park

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Sage Theatre

Sage Theatre, Gateshead, Newcastle, Tyne & Wear, England

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Gateshead Millennium Bridge, The Sage and the River Tyne between Newcastle and Gateshead, at dusk

Gateshead Millennium Bridge, The Sage and the River Tyne between Newcastle and Gateshead, at dusk, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Tollymore Entrance Gate

Tollymore Entrance Gate
The Main Entrance Gates to Tollymore Forest Park, near Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland. It was built for Lord James Limerick. Date: 1780s

Background imageNew Castle Collection: River Tyne with bridges and Sage Hall, Newcastle / Gateshead, Tyne and Wear

River Tyne with bridges and Sage Hall, Newcastle / Gateshead, Tyne and Wear
River Tyne with bridges and Sage Hall, Newcastle/Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Locomotive passenger engine no 73

Locomotive passenger engine no 73, side elevation, built 1846-1847 to Stephensons patent Date: 1847

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Proposed new Union workhouse, Gateshead

Proposed new Union workhouse, Gateshead
Birds eye view, with inset plan, of the proposed new union workhouse at Gateshead, County Durham. It was designed by Messrs Newcombe and Knowles of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and JH Morton of South Shields

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Puffing Billy engine

Puffing Billy engine
Puffing Billy, steam engine invented by William Headley in 1813. Headley solved the problem of slippage on the iron tracks by applying power through two sets of driving wheels

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Newcastle Bridge / High

Newcastle Bridge / High
The High Level Bridge, Newcastle, England, designed by Robert Stephenson

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Duchess Newcastle Dog 2

Duchess Newcastle Dog 2
The Duchess with three of her borzois

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Victoria Goes by Rail

Victoria Goes by Rail
Reception of Queen Victoria at the Central Railway Station, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Paying Respects

Paying Respects
Everton and Newcastle pay their respects to George Best

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Team Celebration

Team Celebration
The players celebrate Yobos goal against Newcastle

Background imageNew Castle Collection: High Tide Night

High Tide Night
Jingshu Zhu

Background imageNew Castle Collection: Old Castle and New Castle, Meersburg, Lake Constance, Upper Swabia, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany

Old Castle and New Castle, Meersburg, Lake Constance, Upper Swabia, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, Europe



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"Discover the Charm of New Castle: A Perfect Blend of History and Beauty" Immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of New Castle, a hidden gem nestled in Tyne and Wear, England. This captivating destination offers a plethora of attractions that will leave you awe-inspired. Begin your journey at the world-renowned Royal County Down Golf Course, where lush green fairways meet stunning coastal views. Indulge in a round of golf while soaking up the breathtaking scenery that surrounds you. For an unforgettable stay, retreat to the elegant Slieve Donard Hotel. Nestled at the foot of the majestic Mourne Mountains, this luxurious haven offers unrivaled comfort and tranquility. Take a step back in time as you cross Newcastle Bridge - Old, an iconic landmark that stands as a testament to centuries gone by. Marvel at its architectural grandeur and imagine the stories it holds within its ancient walls. No visit to New Castle is complete without experiencing the magnificence of The Tyne Bridge. Spanning across River Tyne between Newcastle and Gateshead, this iconic structure provides panoramic views that are simply mesmerizing. As dusk descends upon this charming cityscape, witness the Tyne Bridge bathed in golden hues during sunset. Let its ethereal beauty take your breath away as it becomes one with its surroundings. Venture further into Gateshead and encounter another masterpiece – Angel of the North Statue. Towering over 20 meters high and weighing 208 tonnes, this colossal human figure crafted by Antony Gormley is sure to leave an indelible impression on all who behold it. Explore more architectural wonders as you stroll along Newcastle/Swing Bridge or witness a magnificent sunrise over King Edwards Bay near Sharpness Point. The remnants of Tynemouth Priory add an air of mystique to this picturesque scene. Delve into history at Woodhorn Colliery Mining Museum in Northumberland where you can uncover fascinating tales of the region's industrial past.