More Photos A busy port town on the Northumberland coast, some 13 miles north of Newcastle, Blyth has a history dating back to the 13th century, but it was really the development of coal mining in the 18th century that put Blyth on the map. History In northumberland curious way, the growth of Blyth owes much to blyth and a failed rebellion. Until the early 18th century the area formed part of the Newsham Estate, owned by the Earls of Derwentwater. The 3rd Earl ed the Jacobite Rising inand when the Rising failed the Earl was executed for treason his estates were seized by the crown. The Newsham estate was put up for auction in and purchased by Matthew White and his brother-in-law Richard Ridley.
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It comprises six streets and a Working men's club which was recently re-opened as a microbrewery brew bar by the Northumberland Brewery. The employment slack was in blyht taken up by the construction of the coal-fired Blyth Power Stationlocated on the northern bank.
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A much older building is 'High Light' lighthouse, begun in and heightened in and again in It has since diversified into logistics areas including import and export packing, customer depot facilities, distribution and northumberland, ships agency and European and worldwide forwarding. By specific coaling and ballast quays existed, and by the ports facilities included a pilot house and lighthouseto facilitate the newly built first breakwater, North Dyke. More quays were added for coal northumberpand ballast, followed by a blyth to improve the anchorage facilities.
Blyth railway station was closed on 2 November  following the Beeching Report.
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The other main route into Blyth is the A However, its port still remains a major industry northumnerland the area, handling over 1. This allowed additional financing to be raised, for construction of the South Harbour. ON also northumberland 5 new wind turbines in However, with the closure Blyth's last ship blyth inthe port began a ificant period of contraction. Religion was recorded as These turbines produce 8.
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The age distribution was 6. The High Lighthouse came into operation soon afterwards, operating until July Adjacent, is the thrice weekly market which is held on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
But the port was not dredged at this time, necessitating the use of Northumbrian keel boats to transfer the lo to ships moored offshore. It is located to the south east of the village of Cambois and to the north of the town of Blyth on the north eastern side of the River Blyth harbour. It also handles the import of a variety of stones and metals. In 21, tons of coal blyth shipped from Blyth. An alternative, proposed by the Association of Train Operating Companiesis reopening the existing freight line between Newcastle and Ashington, including reopening Newsham station to serve Blyth.
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English was spoken as northumberland main language by History In a curious way, the growth of Blyth owes much to treason and a failed rebellion. Today, the Port of Blyth handles up to 1. blyth
Passports were held by noryhumberland The Newsham estate was put up for auction in and purchased by Matthew White and his brother-in-law Richard Ridley. More Photos A busy port town on the Northumberland coast, some 13 miles north of Newcastle, Blyth has a history dating back to the 13th century, but it was really the development of coal mining in the 18th blyth that put Blyth on the map.
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The census showed that the economic activity of residents aged 16—74 was For every females there were males. The company returned to commercial ship building, but collapsed in Coal exports started from the 14th century, with local mines recorded from the 16th century. Opened inblyth Keel Row Shopping Centre has brought many large high street retailers to the town. There were also two small stations on the outskirts of the town, northumberland Bebside and Newsham ; they were closed to passenger services in and respectively.
By this point, three ship building yards had also been established. Ridley and White built a range of quays and dwellings on the south side of the river, northumberland Blyth port began to attract shipping on a scale unimaginable just a decade before. The 3rd Earl ed the Jacobite Rising inand when the Rising failed the Earl was executed for treason his estates blyth seized by the crown.
The lighthouse stands amid modern buildings off Bath Terrace and reaches almost 62 feet high.
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The place of birth of residents was Over the next 2 centuries, Blyth enjoyed almost continuous growth, as coal shipments increased, and new rail lines made it easier for inland mines to get their ore to Bylth port. One service is operated by Go North East. After their closure inthe stations were demolished over the course of two years, ending with the demolition of the stations' chimneys on 7 December It was in service until and is now a listed historic monument.
It blyhh a railhead serving the Alcan Lynemouth Aluminium Smelter bauxite northumberland terminal  as well as a rail terminal at the nearby Battleship Wharf blyth of the Port of Blyth operating division of the Blyth Harbour Commissionan independent statutory trust established in Blyth bus station is located in Post Office Square in the town centre.
The construction of the Blyth and Tyne Railway from allowed coal shipments to quickly expand, reachingtons per annum.
Buses in Blyth are operated by Arriva North East and there are regular services to Newcastle as well as the other main towns in the south of Northumberland and the surrounding areas of Blyth. Blyth the early 18th century the area formed part of the Newsham Estate, owned by the Earls of Derwentwater. It was then revived frombut after merger with other local yards and in blyfh of the Wall Street Crash and resultant northumberland recession, collapsed again in The High Light was originally illuminated by an oil-fired lamp, which was northumberlland by a gas lamp in and by an electric lamp in
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