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Plaque typo brings dead king to town

16 June 2014 Last updated at 20:41 BST

Blue plaques around North Tyneside mark historically significant places, including one which says King Charles I visited Tynemouth in 1663.

There is only one problem: the monarch who fought the English Civil War was executed in 1649.

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