So here are some more pics of Newcastle:
The Main Railway Station in Newcastle, and surrounding slightly newer buildings:
Around the corner is the High Speed Rail Station. This is a very small station for the HSR system that takes passengers from Chelmsford to Earcester (the National Capital) and beyond in only two hours on the Southway Special Express route with only two stops in Sachem and Kent in between. This is the fastest way to travel throughout the nation.
The Center of Newcastle:
Church of the Ascension and Christ's College:
Broadway Tower, one of the older structures in Newcastle:
Though Newcastle was settled in ancient times, most of the modern city was built in the late 1800's as indicated on the city hall. The construction of the Summer Palace demanded that the settlement be made fit for royal living.
Outside of the very center, Newcastle becomes very quickly suburban.
The South Lawn is at the south end of the Center where Broadway becomes the great Chelmsford Road. The minimalism and elegance of Newcastle's parks balance the extravagence of much of its architecture.
A very old chapel overlooking the Spauldiung River on a beautiful promontory:
Thank you for visiting!