River Tyne

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Noun1.River Tyne - a river in northern England that flows east to the North SeaRiver Tyne - a river in northern England that flows east to the North Sea
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IF the world has its seven wonders, the River Tyne has its seven bridges.
Tenders are invited for river tyne debris clearance service
Our great aerial photograph looks down on a section of Newcastle West End, the River Tyne, its bridges, and over intoGateshead.
A WOMAN was pulled from the River Tyne "conscious and breathing" after falling from the Tyne Bridge on Saturday night.
The body of 19-year-old Jason Fyles, from Southport, was recovered from the River Tyne four weeks after he disappeared following a night out with friends in Newcastle in May last year.
THE massive operation to put the world's first rotating bridge on to its base on the River Tyne finally got under way today after almost 10 days of delays.
Graeme Johnson fell into the rain-swollen River Tyne near his home in Throckley, Tyne and Wear on March 21.
The project, Fishing for Answers - Angling and the River Tyne, was conceived by Northumbria University's Oliver Moss, senior research fellow in the Department of Social Sciences, and Prof Tom Mordue, of Newcastle Business School.
T'S largely all quiet on the River Tyne today, but it wasn't always that way.
A HOST of super structures are set to sail down the River Tyne as the region continues to play a major role in the construction of offshore wind farms.