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Dolphin carvings on the coastal walking path from North Shields towards Tynemouth. Representing the possibility of lucky sightings of dolphins during the walk

Dolphin carvings on the coastal walking path from North Shields towards Tynemouth. Representing the possibility of lucky sightings of dolphins during the walk

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TiptoToe Baby Massage - Tynemouth North Shields & Tyne & Wear Tyneside

TiptoToe Baby Massage - Tynemouth North Shields & Tyne & Wear Tyneside - Netmums

North Shields fish quay in 1910. Sail still outnumbers steam and the horse and cart reign supreme as the latest catch is awaited

North Shields memories: The Fish Quay, Smith's Dock, the old pubs, Stan Laurel and more

North Shields fish quay in Sail still outnumbers steam and the horse and cart reign supreme as the latest catch is awaited

Four fisher lasses from North Sheilds – the women were often photographed with their knitting in their hands

North Shields memories: The Fish Quay, Smith's Dock, the old pubs, Stan Laurel and more

After gutting all those herrings, they still had time for knitting 'despite the 'sair fingers'

The mouth of the Tyne River, showing aerial shots of South Shields and North Shields, South Tyneside.

The mouth of the Tyne River, showing aerial shots of South Shields (part of South Tyneside) and Tynemouth/North Shields (part of North Tynside), with the North and South Piers.

Tynemouth Castle -  Pier Rd, North Shields, Tynemouth, Tyne and Wear NE30 4BZ, United Kingdom

Tynemouth Priory Three kings are reputed to have been buried within the monastery - Oswin - King of Deira Osred II - King of Northumbria and Malcolm III- King of Scotland Three crowns still adorn the North Tyneside coat of arms.

'The Willington Dean Viaduct', 1838.Coloured lithograph by G Hawkins after J W Carmichael. 'The arches of this viaduct 126 feet span each, consist of three ribs formed of deats with timber framing above. The piers and abutements are of stone- the total length is 1050 feet'. Designed and engineered by John and Benjamin Green, the viaduct was part of the Newcastle, North-Shields & Tynemouth Railway. The viaduct opened in 1838.

'The Willington Dean Viaduct', Hawkins, G

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