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Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne was considered as John Wesley's northern 'cornerstone' in England.

He visited about 50 times, often staying for several weeks. With Bristol and London, Newcastle formed the 'Wesley Triangle': the framework upon which Wesley based his itinerant ministry for 50 years.

Sites in Newcastle upon Tyne

Brunswick Methodist Church

Keelmen's Hospital

Orphan House site

St Andrew's Church & Jane Smith's tomb

Wesley Square

 

 


Getting there
Car: A1(M) passes through Newcastle upon Tyne.
Train: Newcastle Central station is in the heart of the city centre with efficient Metro links across Newcastle-Gateshead and the rest of Tyne & Wear.
Bus: Frequent local services (including 'Angel Bus', Go North East services 21 and 22 from Eldon Square bus station to Gormley's statue, 'The Angel of the North'). 'Quaylink' electric service (bright yellow buses) from major transport hubs to quays.


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