The Victoria Tunnel is a preserved 19th-century waggonway under Newcastle's streets, built by the Victorians to carry coal and re-used as an air raid shelter during World War 2.
Victoria Tunnel tours resume on Monday 17th May.
So many things to see and do in Ouseburn Valley
Ouseburn's rich heritage and lush green spaces make it an ideal destination for walks near Newcastle city centre. Click here for details of walks in Ouseburn as well as our programme of guided walks.
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Volunteer with us to learn new things, meet new people, share great stories and develop your skills and confidence.
With a diverse heritage, regeneration story and natural environment, Ouseburn makes an ideal learning setting for any level of study. Find a wide range of education and learning resources here.
Since the 1980s Ouseburn Valley has been through an exciting process of regeneration and it is continuing today. Check out the latest news, strategies and research papers collected here, and how to get involved in what's happening next.
Our Ouseburn heritage research volunteers work with our Heritage Officer to gather stories of people and places in the Ouseburn Valley. Find our research list here.