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Newcastle upon Tyne from the Quayside, including the Tyne Bridge, Gateshead Milennium Bridge, The Sage, The Baltic Mill and the Law Courts.

Host to the Tall Ships Races of 1993 & 2005 the Quayside has undergone dramatic redevelopment over the last 20 years and is now a landmark in its own right.

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