Category: Geordie Photos

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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Gosforth, Newcastle Upon Tyne – Photo Slideshow

Gosforth is situated to the north of Newcastle Upon Tyne and has been part of the City of Newcastle Upon Tyne Metropolitan Borough Council since 1974. Most of the High Street architecture dates from that latter part of the 19th century. At the far end of Gosforth behind the Gosforth Shopping Centre & the Job Pulman public house is …

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North Shields Stanley Arms Becomes The Fleet

The Stanley Arms in North Shields has been renamed by it’s new owners to “The Fleet” and is due to open on April Fools day the 1st of April 2012 Situated on the corner ot Stanley Street in North Shields the Stanley Arms was closed when Northumbrian Police objected to the renewal of it’s liquor licence.     …

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Druridge Bay & The Northumberland Coast Country Park

Druridge Bay is a 7 mile long coastal bay stretching from Cresswell in Northumberland through to the picturesque village of Amble. It includes 3 and a half miles of pristine beach and shaded sand dunes along with a huge freshwater lake surrounded by woods and countryside. You can take a pleasant walk around the huge lake …

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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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