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|The fourth HMAS Sydney (FFG 03) is an Adelaide class frigate laid down on 21 August 1980, launched 26 September 1980 and commissioned 29 January 1983. |
HMAS Sydney was the first of four frigates selected to go under the A$1 billion FFG Upgrade, with HMA Ships Darwin, Melbourne and Newcastle following. The upgrade features an 8-cell Mk 41 Vertical Launch System (VLS) for 32 Evolve...
|The home of Newcastle United FC know locally as The Magpies their Surpporters are know as The Toon Army They were once sponsored by Scottish & Newcastle breweries and had the Famous Newcastle Brown Lable (trade mark) on the front of their shirts The Brewery is right next to the stadium (see Placemark Scottish & Newcastle Breweries Newcastle upon Tyne) http://www.nufc.premiumtv.co.uk/page/Welcome||03/20/2006||608|
|THe old Federation Brewery bought by Scottish & Newcastle Breweries and renamed Duston Brewery This is now the New Home of the Famous Newcastle Brown Ale with was move from thier site in Newcastle upon Tyne (see Placemark for Scottish &Newcastle Breweries Newcastle upon Tyne UK) http://www.newcastlebrown.com/ http://www.scottish-newcastle.com/sn/||03/20/2006||320|
|HMAS Success (AOR 304) is a Durance class multi-product replenishment oiler laid down by the Cockatoo Island Dockyard at Sydney in New South Wales on 9 August, 1980, launched on 3 May, 1984 and commissioned on 23 April, 1986. HMAS Success is the largest ship to ever be built in Australia for the Royal Australian Navy and is the largest ship to be built in Port Jackson (the port of Sydney). ||03/28/2007||461|
|Once home of the World Famous 'Newcastle Brown Ale' and other fine beers it is now brewed at Duston Brewery Duston Gateshead (see Duston Brewery) http://www.newcastlebrown.com/ http://www.scottish-newcastle.com/sn/||03/20/2006||327|
|Newcastle International Airport, Northumberland, England, UK. situated 6 miles (9.6km) from the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, NCL / EGNT||12/19/2005||460|
Outdoor and indoor training facilities for the premiership football club Newcastle United
|HMAS J3 formerly HMS J3 was a J class submarine built for the Royal Navy by HM Dockyard at Pembroke Dock in Wales and launched on 4 December 1915, was transferred to Australia on 25 March 1919 and operated out of Geelong in Victoria, paid off on 12 July 1922, was sold in April 1924 and sunk in 1926.|
|Newcastle upon Tyne's Castle Keep (54°58′08″N, 1°36′38″W) was built by order of King Henry II of England between 1168 and 1178. The keep stands on a site of an earlier Motte-and-bailey castle begun by Robert Curthose, the son of William the Conqueror, in 1080. Prior to this, it was a cemetery belonging to the Anglo-Saxon settlement of Monkchester, and before that the sit...||09/02/2006||460|
|HMAS Stirling Naval Base, Garden Island, Western Australia||09/13/2005||422|
|HMAS Vampire is a decommissioned destroyer, now on display at the Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour, Sydney. The museum also houses the United States of America gallery. A fantastic display looking at the maritime links between our two countries. The Gallery was funded by a US$5 million gift for the Bicentennial of European settlement in Australia, in 1988.||08/23/2005||344|
|HMAS Perth (FFH 157) is an Anzac class frigate of the Royal Australian Navy, and was the final ship of the class to be constructed. |
Perth was laid down by Tenix Defence Systems at Williamstown in Victoria 24 July 2003, launched 20 March 2004, and commissioned on 26 August 2006 in Fremantle, Western Australia.