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The High Level Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne from the air

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aerial photograph of the High Level Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne , Tyne and Wear England UK The Grade I listed High Level Bridge was designed by railway pioneer Robert Stephenson and opened by Queen Victoria in 1849. Despite being more than 10 years old it is still in use carrying modern trains over the River Tyne.


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