On the north side of the Tyne the rocky promontory of Tynemouth shoots out into the sea.
The highest of all is the district of Tynemouth, with 38.18% of overcrowding.
There is but little left of Tynemouth Castle, which was built as a protection for the monastery against the attacks of the Danes.
The Tynemouth fort had proved of little or no use against the enemy's guns.
Well, that's not the name on the title-page—it is Walter James, Tynemouth.
The atmosphere is so very heavy that yesterday we escaped to Tynemouth for a two hours' sea walk.
The village of Cullercoats, which lies about a mile to the northward of Tynemouth, is mostly inhabited by fishermen.
The familiar name of "Wallsend" coals reminds us of this connection between the Tynemouth colliery district and the Wall's end.
The queen, left behind at Tynemouth, fell into her uncle Lancaster's power.
In a north-east gale the white water leaps above the summit of the Tynemouth cliffs.