- a city in Tyne and Wear, NE England, near the mouth of the Tyne River.
- a type of coal widely used in Great Britain, especially for domestic purposes.
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The mill stood on a tidal stream which ran into the Tyne near to Wallsend.Human Animals
The cost of the Wallsend coal on board the ship may be stated at 10s.Lectures on Popular and Scientific Subjects
John Sutherland Sinclair, Earl of Caithness
The idea provoked me, and with a sudden impulse I held the packet out over the blazing Wallsend, two-thirds minded to drop it in.The Laughing Mill and Other Stories
The familiar name of "Wallsend" coals reminds us of this connection between the Tynemouth colliery district and the Wall's end.Early Britain--Roman Britain
Section of carboniferous strata, at Wallsend, Newcastle, showing "Creeps."A Manual of Elementary Geology
- a town in NE England, in North Tyneside unitary authority, Tyne and Wear: situated on the River Tyne at the E end of Hadrian's Wall. Pop: 42 842 (2001)
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