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Historic Walks in and Around Newcastle: 25 City and Country Walks for All Paperback – 2 Jun 2008
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Both its location and its architecture make Newcastle-upon-Tyne one of the most visually exciting cities in Britain. It is one of the few to possess a medieval castle, while handsome and dignified classical buildings grace its centre, as well as some stunning examples of modern architecture. But the city also has the advantage of lying at the heart of some of the most attractive and varied countryside in England. There is a superb coastline, pleasant river valleys, the moorlands of the North Pennines, Simonside and Cheviot hills, as well as interesting old towns and villages, such as Barnard Castle, Hexham and Alnwick. This excellent book guides walkers of all abilities around both city and countryside in a series of 25 well-thought-out routes, each accompanied by a helpful map, historical background information and photographs.
About the Author
Brian Conduit is a much-published author of walking guides whose experience and knowledge of the area will be obvious to all who use this beautifully produced book.