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Blyth stands on the southern side of River Blyth. Moreover, it lies at the distance of around 21 Km on the north eastern side of Newcastle upon Tyne. This place enjoys the pride of being Blyth Valley’s administrative center.
The ‘Port of Blyth’ can be traced back to the twelfth century. However, development of contemporary town started only in the 1st quarter of eighteenth century. The principal industries that aided Blyth in getting prospered were shipbuilding and coal mining, with railways, fishing, and salt ... More trade playing a significant role as well. These industries have, however, vanished; with port still thriving.
Blyth had been seriously affected when principal industries on its part declined. Moreover, it underwent much of regeneration since 1990s. The town then got revitalized with springing up of Keel row Shopping Center that had opened in the year 1991; as loads of retailers flocked to it then.
Climate of Blyth is dry and cool.
Population has been estimated to be 36000.
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