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    Sentences forNewcastle upon Tyne

    • Two Megabus services, the M12 and M20, call at Sheffield en route to London from Newcastle upon Tyne and Inverness respectively.Sheffield-Wikipedia
    • He put himself into the hands of the Scottish presbyterian army besieging Newark, and was taken northwards to Newcastle upon Tyne.Charles I of England-Wikipedia
    • Elsewhere, the university expanded from Durham into Newcastle in 1852 when the medical school there (established in 1834) became a college of the university.Durham University-Wikipedia
    • The settlement was named Coal River, also Kingstown and then renamed Newcastle, after England's famous coal port.Newcastle, New South Wales-Wikipedia
    • National Express and Megabus provides direct services to major cities such as Bristol, London, Newcastle upon Tyne and ManchesterCardiff-Wikipedia
    • A Scots army defeated Charles's forces in the north, then captured Newcastle.English Civil War-Wikipedia

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