Battle of Newburn

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The Battle of Newburn was fought on 28 August 1640 during the Second Bishops' War between a Scottish Covenanter army led by General Alexander Leslie and English royalist forces commanded by Edward, Lord Conway. Conway, heavily outnumbered, was defeated, and the Scots went on to occupy the town of Newcastle, obtaining a stranglehold on London's coal supply. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Historical Facts

  1. Batalla de Newburn

what to see / tourism / gardens

  1. Blagdon Hall

Education

  1. St. Cuthbert's High School

what to see / tourism / Tourist sites and attractions

  1. Causey Arch

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments / Country Houses

  1. Close House, Northumberland

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Clough Dene
  2. High Friarside
  3. High Spen
  4. Shield Row
  5. Throckley

Railway Stations

  1. Kingston Park Metro station

Sport Venues

  1. Druid Park

Other interest places

  1. Whickham
  2. Dinnington (Tyne y Wear)
  3. Woolsington
  4. Blakelaw and North Fenham
  5. Aeropuerto de Newcastle upon Tyne
  6. Callerton Parkway Metro station
  7. Blaydon Bridge
  8. Causey Bank Mires

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