The Valley and Little Dene, or Blackies Valley, Newcastle

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    High West Jesmond - post by Chris Morgan, 29th June 2017. "This small stream flows east from high on the Newcastle Town Moor near Kenton Bar, and formed the boundary between the City and County of Newcastle upon Tyne and Gosforth, which was then in Northumberland. Ultimately it joins the Ouse Burn just beyond the foot of Matthew Bank where it is known as Craghall Dene. It flowed below the Great North Road roughly where Moor Road now joins Moorfield, that point being known as Little Bridge....."
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    High West Jesmond
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    Link: http://highwestjesmond.co.uk/1962-valley-little-dene-blackies-valley-newcastle-filled/
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 2 years, 5 months ago
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