Category Archive: Geordie Photos

The Horrid Story Of William Jobling

On an innocuous corner just east of the Jarrow side of the Tyne pedestrian tunnel you will find a small stone monument that marks where the Gaslight public house formerly stood. The Gaslight, formerly known also as the Commercial was once one of the oldest pubs in Jarrow and legend has it, where the body of …

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Costa Del Quayside – Newcastle Upon Tyne

The Newcastle Quayside has resembled a scene from the Costa-del-sol as Newcastle’s own beach complete with deck chairs, sand, buckets and spades and even a millionaires 50 million dollar luxury Super Yacht the Sovereign moored amongst palm trees near to Newcastle Crown Court. Fantastic sunny days this week also helped set this remarkable scene of what some members …

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Tynemouth VW Rally Photo Slideshow

Organisers of the 2013 Tynemouth VW Rally, held with the backdrop of the Tynemouth Priory have sent out a big thank you to everyone who helped make 2013 the biggest year ever for the annual Tynemouth Classic VW Rally and are already planning what they can add to help make the classic car rally bigger and better …

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Catch The Foghorn Requiem At Souter Lighthouse In South Shields

Members of the public will be able to stand on the cliff-tops at Souter Lighthouse on Saturday the 22nd of June and witness a fantastic and original musical performance. The Foghorn Requiem by artists Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway celebrates the departure of the foghorn from the coastal landscape with an original music performance involving around 50 ships positioned offshore of the …

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2012 Mouth Of The Tyne Festival – Tynemouth – Updated With Photo Slideshow

The eighth Mouth of the Tyne Festival in Tynemouth ran from Friday the 13th Of July and featured 3 days of live music and events. Just some of the events on offer included Two of Britain’s biggest pop bands, McFly & The Wanted played special outdoor evening shows in the stunning setting of Tynemouth Priory and Castle, on Friday and Saturday. (not a free …

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