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Newcastle upon Tyne

Gateshead, Jarrow and South Shields.


Washington (England)

and Sunderland


Durham (England)

and Consett



Hexham, Haltwhistle and Hadrian's Wall



Whitley Bay, Morpeth and Alnwick



Prudhoe Castle

Substantial ruined castle dating from the eleventh century.

George Stephenson's Birthplace

One room museum in the cottage that George Stephenson, railway pioneer was born in 1781. Also has tearoom.

Prudhoe Golf Club


guide to


Prudhoe is a town in Northumberland, England. This guide also covers the neighbouring village of Wylam.


Get in

Prudhoe is 11 miles west of Newcastle upon Tyne south of the A69 on the B6395 east of Corbridge.

By train

Prudhoe and Wylam are separate stations on the scenic Tyne Valley line between Newcastle upon Tyne and Carlisle. Trains from Newcastle run about twice per hour, taking twenty minutes.

By bus

The 10 and 10B provide bus services from Newcastle and the MetroCentre. The 10 also continues to Hexham. There are four buses an hour which take about 50 minutes. An 11A bus runs at peak times but this is no faster.

By taxi

Expect a fare of about £25 from Newcastle Airport, or about £20 from Newcastle city centre.

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