River Tyne

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a river in northern England that flows east to the North Sea

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It is designed to show how the proposed scheme will fit into the existing landscape and includes a new bridge to carry the road over the River South Tyne and Newcastle to Carlisle railway.
The Northumberland Uplands Leader area covers 3,042 square kilometres of Northumberland from the River South Tyne to the River Till.
Police marine units and firefighters using cranes were drafted in after the River South Tyne reached a record 4.
The NU Leader area covers 3,042 square kilometres of Northumberland from the River South Tyne to the River Till.
It will involve the construction of a multi-span viaduct over the River South Tyne and Tyne Valley railway line, as well as three other bridges.
After the group split into two, one party tried to cross the flooded River South Tyne where one man suffered a heart attack and died.
In the North East, it is found only at sites in Allendale and along the River South Tyne with a history of lead mining.
Janet is well known for her research into the effects of pollution on lichens, and is also responsible for a long-term study of metaltolerant plants on the banks of the River South Tyne.
And test on the River South Tyne show that at points there are some 123 tonnes of metal pollution a year flowing through the river, the majority of it zinc.
RECENT FLOOD WARNINGS IN NORTH EAST River South Tyne at Slaggyford Ouse Burn at Whitebridge Park River Swale at Brompton-on-Swale Smallhope Burn at Lanchester Ouse Burn at Woolsington and Brunton Park River South Tyne at Lambley River Esk at Ruswarp Waren Burn at Waren Mill Riverside River Ouse at Naburn Lock River Swale Caravan Parks at Richmond River Esk at Lealholm River Wear at Durham Riverside River Gaunless at Ramshaw Mill River South Tyne at Warden Riverside River Wear at Upper Stanhope River Wear at Harbour House River Wear at Chester-le-Street Brough Beck at Catterick River Derwent at Blackhall MillOne woman opened her front door to let the water run through from the front as it was so high
The new wall will replace an existing concrete flood wall, which was outflanked by rising water from the River South Tyne during the last serious floods in Haydon Bridge in 2005.
The festival lasts for nine days and includes walks around Hadrian's Wall, to the source of the River South Tyne and to Haltwhistle Burn.
Take a length of the Pennine Way, which runs along the banks of the infant River South Tyne between the village of Garrigill and Alston.
This period property in Haydon Bridge, Northumberland, has fabulous river views as well as fishing rights on the River South Tyne.
Nestled on the River South Tyne between Hadrian's Wall and The Pennine Way, Haltwhistle is well situated for commuters and holidaymakers alike.