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|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||667|
|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||363|
|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||365|
|HMAS Newcastle (FFG 06), named for the city of Newcastle, New South Wales, the largest provincial city in Australia, is an Adelaide class guided missile armed frigate laid down by AMECON at Williamstown in Victoria, launched on 21 February 1992 and commissioned on 11 December 1993. |
At the start of November 2006, Newcastle was one of three Australian warships sent to Fiji during ...
|Newcastle International Airport, Northumberland, England, UK. situated 6 miles (9.6km) from the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, NCL / EGNT||12/19/2005||493|
Outdoor and indoor training facilities for the premiership football club Newcastle United
|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...||09/03/2006||500|
|The SS Minmi was built in Glasgow, Scotland in 1927. It was 75 metres long, and displaced 1455 tons. The Minmi was a collier, carrying coal from Newcastle to Melbourne and returning empty. It was named either after the lower Hunter Valley town of Minmi, or the nearby Minmi Colliery.|
On 8 May 1937 the Minmi left Melbourne for Newcastle under Captain Robert Clark Callum. The Minmi'...
|Approximate flight path of Flash Airlines flight 604 that crashed off Sharm el Sheikh on January 3, 2004. The flight path has been compiled based on ATC radar return coordinates, matched with FDR and CVR data.||02/22/2006||1,919|
|Here is the wingman, perhaps the flight leader, of the northern B-1B Lancer (1.260m NNW). |
|RFA (Royal Fleet Auxilliary) vessel in dry dock, Hebburn ship yard, Newcastle, UK.||01/22/2006||534|
|Carpets written on the roof of a shop in Newcastle||12/21/2007||283|