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These days they are often seen together on TV, usually as pundit and host on Match of the Day. But did Alan Shearer and Gary Lineker ever play football together? The answer may be clear to some – but for the younger generation who were not fortunate enough to see either of these great footballers...

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Market Shaker opened its doors at the end of August 2019 and became an instant hit. This fantastic venue, which describes itself as a bar, dancehall and garden, has now firmly established itself as one of the most popular hang-outs in town. Complete with extensive outdoor seating, its an obvious choice for many during the...

12 April 2022
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There are many great cities in England, but none of them compare to Newcastle upon Tyne. Each year, scores of people move to the North East and settle in this fantastic city – here we look at some of the reasons why it’s such a popular choice. Rich in history architecturally and culturally Newcastle Upon...

30 March 2022
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Metroland was a feature of the MetroCentre for over 20 years – opening in February 1988 and closing for the final time in April 2008. Originally costing in excess of £20m, Metroland was refurbished in 1996 and renamed ‘New Metroland’. We have posted several old photos of Metroland on the Newcastle Uncovered Facebook page and...

17 February 2022
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‘Newcastle in Motion’ is a stunning time-lapse film created by Jack Fisher. His aim was to explore Newcastle and Gateshead from its rooftops and capture the iconic skyline before moving down to the streets below. This stunning video features some of Newcastle’s most well-known landmarks and includes footage of people getting on with their day...

17 February 2022
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It’s Newcastle’s most famous landmark. A structure that is admired throughout the world and has even been copied, although some people dispute that the Sydney Harbour Bridge was based on our beloved Tyne Bridge. The Tyne Bridge We have shared some fascinating old pictures of the Tyne Bridge on our Facebook page in the past,...

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