Newcastle's Black Gate from the Dog Leap Stairs, 19th Century

Remember When: A magical history tour around the vibrant city of Newcastle

historicaltimes: Photo of Black Gate in Newcastle Upon Tyne from Dog Leap Stairs - Century Read

vintage everyday: Street Scenes in Newcastle, UK in the 1960s

High Friar Street, now underneath Eldon Square Shopping Centre. Maisies Nosh Bar on the left

The Guildhall, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1958 View of the Guildhall, Newcastle upon Tyne and the surrounding area, April 1958 (TWAM ref. DT.TUR/4/976/6). It also shows a train crossing the High Level Bridge in the background. Tyne & Wear Archives presents a series of images taken by the Newcastle-based photographers Turners Ltd.

Wonderful photo of quayside taken in 1958 showing the Guildhall & High Level Bridge; collection of TWAM

Street scene from 1880s, Victorian Newcastle

Street scenes of 19th-century Newcastle – in pictures

Found on Google from chroniclelive.co.uk

ABC cinema, Haymarket the release date of The Moving Target featuring Paul Newman. The white building in the centre of the photo is The Haymarket pub. another old haunt! Who remembers the sundial on the front wall?

Gallowgate - then and now | I cam across the photo on the top, and knew I recognised that bus depot to the right. Initially I thought it was the one at Slatyford, Fenham. But that building on the left had me stuck. Then I realised it was the Irish Centre at Gallogate.  I've added the Google Street View for comparison :-)

Gallowgate - then and now | I cam across the photo on the top, and knew I recognised that bus depot to the right. Initially I thought it was the one at Slatyford, Fenham. But that building on the left had me stuck. Then I realised it was the Irish Centre at Gallogate. I've added the Google Street View for comparison :-)

https://flic.kr/p/VApcty | gallowgate-old-new | I cam across the photo on the top, and knew I recognised that bus depot to the right. Initially I thought it was the one at Slatyford, Fenham. But that building on the left had me stuck. Then I realised it was the Irish Centre at Gallogate.  I've added the Google Street View for comparison :-)

https://flic.kr/p/VApcty | gallowgate-old-new | I cam across the photo on the top, and knew I recognised that bus depot to the right. Initially I thought it was the one at Slatyford, Fenham. But that building on the left had me stuck. Then I realised it was the Irish Centre at Gallogate. I've added the Google Street View for comparison :-)

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