Remembering HISTORIC NEWCASTLE - Old Photos, Maps, even...
I think the current Redheugh Bridge lets our fantastic group of bridges down. Such a cheap and nasty bridge. The mighty Tyne deserves better!!
047511:Long Stairs Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1930
Type : Photograph Medium : Print-black-and-white Description : A view of Long Stairs Newcastle upon Tyne taken c.1930. The photograph is looking down Long Stairs towards the Close. There are buildings on either side of the stairs which are narrow and winding. A group of children are sitting at the top of Long Stairs. The High Level Bridge is in the background.The original is framed and is hanging on the wall of the Local Studies Stack. Collection : Local Studies Printed Copy : If you would…
MyEyesMyCamera - Juvy T-N on Instagram: “#cullercoats #beach #highseas #highwind #wild #waves #england #uk #north #northeast”
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Lost Britain from above: Thousands of historic aerial photographs - which were almost lost forever - go online for the first time
Rare pictures of St Paul's Cathedral, Blackpool Tower and the 1947 Thames Flood are among more than 15,000 images on the new Britain from Above website.
034789:Ouseburn Road Area, Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne, Dept of Environmental Health c.1935
Type : Photograph Medium : Print-black-and-white Description : A view of the Ouseburn Road Area Byker taken in c.1935. The view has been taken from Stepney Road looking east and shows Ouseburn Road Crawford's Row Appleton's Buildings Porter's Hill and Hannington Place. The Ouseburn railway viaduct can be seen to the left and the shadow of Byker Bridge to the right. The bridge in the foreground to the left led to Ouseburn Lead Works. Collection : Local Studies Printed Copy : If you would like…
Scotswood Road - Amber Collection
A working class, Newcastle community, increasingly facing demolitions and redevelopment, documented in the 1950s and early 60s by a photographer who was part of the community.