Category: Geordie Architechture

A Video Tribute To Tyneside

Many of the Tyneside landmarks we all love, from the famous bridges, St Marys Island in Whitley Bay, Shields both North & South through to St James’ Park, home of Newcastle United. Along the way we also view other iconic landmarks like The Angel of the North in this excellent tribute to Tyneside video.

Tynemouth, King Edwards Bay & The Tynemouth Priory – Updated Photos

Tynemouth is situated on the Northern mouth of the River Tyne between North Shields & Cullercoats. Tynemouth Village had long been established in the shelter of the fortified Priory & now consists of Tynemouth, King Edwards Bay & the Tynemouth Priory which was first built as a Monastery in the 7th century. The Priory was later fortified but taken by the …

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Newcastle Upon Tyne – Photo Slideshow & Ten Top Facts – Updated

If you have or have not been to the “toon” before you will be able to enjoy some of the most iconic sights in and around Newcastle Upon Tyne including the Quayside, the various Museums, Jesmond Dene & Ouseburn  in the photographic slideshow below. First though: Ten top facts about Newcastle Upon Tyne Once called Monkchester,( …

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Whitley Bay, North Tyneside – Photos 2012 – 2014

Whitley Bay is a seaside town in North Tyneside on the North East coast with a long golden sandy beach which form a bay stretching from St. Mary’s Lighthouse & Island, Brierdene & Holywell Dene to the north, through to the start of Cullercoats Bay in the south. The town has many shops, a leisure pool & of course the famous Spanish City with …

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The Sage In Gateshead

The Sage in Gateshead is a fantastic iconic building situated on the gateshead side of the Quayside. It is used as a music venue, a bespoke wedding venue, a conference centre & as a centre for music education. Click photograph for larger view