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Level 1
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megan turner
Overall rating: 6
Surroundings and tours: Historically Wallsend is fascinating. Geographically it is close to the Scottish borders, the beautiful Northumbrian coast and the lovely Hexham, Morpeth and Durham.When I lived there it was the hub of Shipbuilding and coalmining, Grubby but vibrant. Now it is cleaner with rail access to Newcastle and the coast
Not to be missed:
Segedunum Exhibition Centre
Shopping in Newcastle
Castles and historic sites in every direction.
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Level 9
Overall rating: 8
Useful tips: Great place to shop and eat. Easy to get to and within reach of all Tynesides Major venues. Newcastle, Whitley Bay, Gateshead, South Shields etc. Fair accomodation can be had at the Travelodge Silver Link, Hadrian Lodge & The Dorset Arms. Safe enough to pop out for a drink or two during the week and early evenings weekends, but not really the nicest of places outside of those times!
Not to be missed:
Segedunum Exhibition Centre
Tyne Tunnel Pedestrian Tunnel
Royal Quays
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
General opinion:  Wallsend can be referred to as one of the towns located in ‘North Tyneside, Tyne and Wear, England’. Its name has been derived from a location towards the last part of Hadrian’s Wall.
As far as housing is concerned, Wallsend has expanded in a tremendous manner since Second World War. The period between 1960s and 1970s has witnessed exceptional progress in terms of settlements.
‘Wallsend Town Center’ which includes ‘Wallsend Forum’, the basic shopping region, is, in reality, located on the western side of land which falls within the limits of the town. ... More
This region’s northern region comprises of High Farm’s older estate, along with Hadrian Lodge’s new estate. Wallsend’s town center has been separated from eastern regions of town by a stream called ‘Wallsend Burn’.
This stream cuts a petite valley which runs between north-west and south-east till it goes on to flow in to River Tyne.

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