Blaydon


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Blaydon

(ˈbleɪdən)
n
(Placename) an industrial town in NE England, in Gateshead unitary authority, Tyne and Wear. Pop: 14 648 (2001)
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Tyne Steam IF we could only travel once more On a steam train like we did before Chugging along the railway line Passing close to the beautiful Tyne From Blaydon Town to Scotby Stopping at stations peaceful and clean With holiday posters and flowers between Wylam, Stocksfield, Gilsland, a few Of the pretty villages we passed through From Blaydon Town to Scotby kept, Waiting rooms and platforms swept Helped passengers carry all their bags Blew their whistles, waved their flags From Blaydon Town to Scotby Don't yearn for the past some people say But I wish I could have just one more day Chugging along the railway line Passing close to the beautiful Tyne From Blaydon Town to Scotby.
NEW to the market is this recently established delicatessen, hot carvery and takeaway in Blaydon shopping precinct.
STOURBRIDGE were left emptyhanded after a long trip up to Tyneside as Blaydon proved too strong for them.
LEICESTER LIONS 15 BLAYDON 8 BLAYDON went down narrowly at Westleigh Park in a game that was closely contested throughout.
STOURBRIDGE 89 BLAYDON 17 STOUR put Blaydon to the sword as they stormed to a record league victory with 15 tries.
IMMORTALISED in song, Blaydon is also top of the property pops.
HUDDERSFIELD secured a solid 48-22 win against Blaydon on the back of a dominant performance by their pack.
BLAYDON took a massive step towards securing their safety in National League One, scoring seven tries in a 45-25 victory over Cinderford, writes ADAM THOMAS.
Not only the win but the manner they took Blaydon apart the longer the match progressed and probably above all else, a true team performance.
STOURBRIDGE 9 BLAYDON 29 STOURBRIDGE were never at the races against a committed Blaydon side in what has now become very much a survival battle for the National League One strugglers.
Birmingham and Solihull player coach Russell Earnshaw said the teamwere in the right place mentally to challenge for the National League Two title after the convincing win at Blaydon.
A GAME played in dreadful conditions to which the home side adapted the better ended with Waterloo going down 21-7 away in National Two at Blaydon.