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Lemington Gut


The River Tyne used to run closer to Lemington, until the Tyne Improvement Commission re-routed the river, making a shorter channel over the Blaydon Haugh. This re-routing left behind the stretch of water, known as "Lemington Gut", on the old course of the River Tyne.
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Lemington Gut

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Lemington Staiths and Lemington Gut
- "As part of my research for the Puffing Billy Festival this summer I decided to see what I could find out about the eastern end of the Wylam Waggonway. This ...

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Lemington Glasworks Cone & former Power Station across Lemington Gut

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Remains of Lemington Staiths, Lemington Gut

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Lemington Gut

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Bridge over Lemington Gut

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Lemington Gut

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Lemington Gut

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Scotswood wreck

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Lemington Gut

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Lemington Point and Gut, River Tyne

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