The Tyne Bridges

Tyne Bridge located at A167, Gateshead, Newcastle upon Tyne NE8 2BH, UK

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Michelle Ackerman

5 Google Rating

The Tyne Bridge is worth walking over as you get great views of the Quayside plus of the other bridg

5/ 5

The Tyne Bridge is worth walking over as you get great views of the Quayside plus of the other bridges. It’s also fascinating to see it from below, as you walk along the quayside. This is the classic green arch bridge of Newcastle and the Tyne. Built in the 1920s, a walk across this bridge gives great views of the other bridges up and down the river. Equally good are the views of this bridge from the Quayside.

J K

4 Google Rating

Lovely day out, the river is really smelly and you need to keep moving so you don't get covered in b

4/ 5

Lovely day out, the river is really smelly and you need to keep moving so you don't get covered in bird droppings, but the views are amazing, the walk over the millennium bridge is good and lots to do and see on both sides of the bridge, take your pick! The bus ride from the quayside was a little stressful for everyone, as lots of people, pushchairs and two wheelchairs (bus drivers please be aware people need to beable to manoeuvre safely on and off the bus). In nice weather could spend all day there.

Elizabeth Sansom

5 Google Rating

Loved the whole atmosphere. We visited on the Sunday with the street market on. So good we returned

5/ 5

Loved the whole atmosphere. We visited on the Sunday with the street market on. So good we returned on our way home.

Vicky Palmer

5 Google Rating

Back in my home City and staying near the Quayside. Tyne Bridge is iconic! Only problem is the expan

5/ 5

Back in my home City and staying near the Quayside. Tyne Bridge is iconic! Only problem is the expanding breeding population of kittiwakes ( think small seagull ) I understand they are protected and most inland breeding population but they are so successful that they must be creating massive problem for the businesses around the area. Their guano stinks and is splattered everywhere. I went to the famous Sunday market this morning and felt sorry for the stallholders setting up underneath. Would'nt want to harm the birds but surely they need to be controlled to a degree?

Toni Scott

5 Google Rating

Another whistle stop to catch up with a friend. Quayside is fantastic, magnificent bridges. Will nee

5/ 5

Another whistle stop to catch up with a friend. Quayside is fantastic, magnificent bridges. Will need to make it a destination for sure.

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