|Title||Pilgrim Street. Dilapidated part of town getting spruced up presently.|
|Photo's author||Mark Smiles User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||12 Jul 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||17 Mar 2012 14:41:52 (UTC)|
Quay Point. Brand new apartments for students and key workers in Battle Field.
Northumberland Road. City Baths, nearest viewer, join onto City Hall concert venue.
Pilgrim Street South. Leading to Swan House Roundabout or 55degrees North if yr modern.
New Developments on New Bridge Street. Site of old Warner Village is being built on by Northumbria University.
Cuthbert House. Offices on Swan House Roundabout. They used to issue "Teen Travel" bus passes from here.
Coal train passes Manors station. A grimy J27 hauls a train of empty coal waggons, east, through Manors station in Newcastle upon Tyne.
All Saints Church Across Swan House Roundabout. The impressive All Saints stands above the quayside on the brink of NZ2563.
Newcastle Central Library. - T. Dan Smith is to thank for this concrete knowledge house.
East Coast Mainline Railway Bridge. The Mainline goes over this stretch of road at the North end of the Tyne Bridge. Cale Cross House in the background is in NZ2563.
Pilgrim Street. Dilapidated part of town getting spruced up presently.
Laing Art Gallery. City Centre gallery still has some interesting exhibits.
Northumbria Police - Newcastle Central Police Station. Market Street is the hub of law and order in Newcastle, boasting Newcastle Central Police Station and Newcastle Magistrates' Court.
Northumbria University. This is the visual art/fashion/library end of the complex.
Pilgrim Street (off Swan House Roundabout) One of the few undeveloped, ungentrified streets left in Newcastle City Centre.
Smokey Joe's, Pilgrim Street. This was a tobacconist c1980 which ,I presume, was sold to the current owners who kept the name. This shop front is almost certainly the least changed in Newcastle city c…
Shieldfield Flats. From l-r: King Charles Tower, Pandon Court, Lort House and Shieldfield House.
Shieldfield House. Second tallest building in Newcastle according to Skyscraper.com.
North-bound freight A BR standard class 9F heads north through Manors station.
New Bridge Street Bath House. Public baths as in a place to wash. Now used by council employees to play badminton in. Beyond is St Dominic's RC Church.
Tyne and Wear, North East England, England, United Kingdom osm
|County||Tyne and Wear|