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Many supporters.

An exhibition celebrating Newcastle United's heroics in Europe last season as seen through the lens of Chronicle photographers is drawing crowds to a Newcastle museum.

The Discovery Museum is the venue for the Newcastle United Evening Chronicle Exhibition.

The exhibition features the Toon's trail across Europe in last year's Champions League, from their first-round match against Feyenoord through to their exciting encounters with Barcelona, Inter Milan and Juventus.

A spokeswoman for the museum said that crowds had flocked to see the exhibition.

She said: "We have been very busy while it has been on during the half-term holiday.

"A lot of people have come to see it, including a lot of children who would not have seen it had it not been on over their holiday."

Newcastle United are back in European action tomorrow in the second round of the UEFA Cup, taking on FC Basel in Switzerland.
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Date:Nov 5, 2003
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