This is a list of cities, towns, suburbs and villages in the ceremonial county of Tyne and Wear , England.
Albany, Annitsford, Ashbrooke, Ayton, Abbey Farm, Abbey Grange, Arthurs Hill
Backworth, Barlow, Barmoor, Barmston, Barnes, Battlefield, Benton Square, Benwell, Bill Quay, Birtley, Blackfell, Black Callerton, Blackhall Mill, Blakelaw, Blaydon, Blucher, Boldon, Boldon Colliery Brandling Village, Brenkley, Brunswick Village, Brunton Bridge, Brunton Park, Burradon, Byker, Black Callerton, Bells Close
Callerton Lane End, Camperdown, Carley Hill, Carr Hill, Castletown, Chapel House, Chapel Grange, Chapel Park, Chartershaugh, Chopwell, Clara Vale, Claxheugh, Cleadon, Coalburns, Colliery Row, Columbia, Concord, Cowgate, Cox Green, Coxlodge, Crawcrook, Crookhill, Cullercoats, Cragston Park, Cradlewell, Cochrane Park, Church Green
Deckham, Deptford, Dinnington, Donwell, Doxford Park, Dudley, Dunston, Denton Burn, Darras Hall, Dissington, Denton Park
Earsdon, East Denton, East Holywell, East Rainton, Elswick, Etal Park, East Boldon
Farringdon, Fatfield, Fawdon, Felling, Fence Houses, Fenham, Ford Estate, Forest Hall, Fulwell, Fairways, Four Lane Ends
Gateshead, Glebe, Gosforth, Grangetown, Greenside, Grindon, Greystoke Park
Halls Estate, Harraton, Harton, Hastings Hill, Haydon Grange, Hazlerigg, Heaton, Hebburn, Hendon, Herrington, Hetton-le-Hole, Highfield, High Callerton, High Heaton, High Newport, High Spen, Holystone Interchange, Heddon-on-the-Wall, Hillheads, Holywell, Houghton-le-Spring
Kenton, Kibblesworth, Killingworth, Killingworth Village, Kingston Park, Kenton Bank Foot, Kenton Bar
Lambton, Lamesley, Leadgate, Lemington, Lintzford, Longbenton, Low Fell, Little Benton
Marley Hill, Marden, Marsden, Melton Park, Millfield, Monkseaton, Monkton, Monkwearmouth, Moorside, Murton Village, Montagu Estate, Manor Park
Newbottle, Newburn, Newcastle upon Tyne, New Herrington, New Horton Grange, New Silksworth, New York, Nookside, North Brunton, North Shields, North Walbottle, Newcastle Great Park, North Kenton, Nuns Moor
Old Hartley, Oxclose, Old Benwell
Pallion, Paradise, Pelaw, Pennywell, Penshaw, Preston, Palmersville, Philadelphia, Prestwick Village, Parklands, Ponteland
Redhouse, Rickleton, Roker, Rowlands Gill, Ryhope, Ryton, Regent Farm, Red House Farm
Scotswood, Seaburn, Seaton Burn, Seaton Sluice, Seghill, Sheriff Hill, Shieldfield, Shiney Row, Shiremoor, Silksworth, South Denton, South Hylton, South Shields, Southwick, Spital Tongues, Springwell village (Nr Washington), Springwell (Sunderland), Street Gate, Sulgrave, Sunderland, Sunniside, Swalwell, St. John's, Slatyford, South Gosforth, South West Denton, Sandyford, Saltmeadows, St. Anthony's
Team Colliery, Team Valley, Thorney Close, Throckley, Tynemouth, Tunstall, Tudor Grange, Teams
Walker, Walbottle, Wallsend, Washington, Washington Village, Westerhope, Westoe, West Holywell, West Moor, Whickham, Whitburn, Whitley Bay, Wideopen, Willington, Willington Quay, Windy Nook, Winlaton, Winlaton Mill, Wrekenton, Whitebridge Park, West Denton, Whorlton, Whorlton Grange, West Jesmond, Walkerville, Walkergate, West Denton Park, West Denton Hall, West Boldon
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