A Couple of Nights (and Days) on the Toon (Newcastle): Out and about

Continuing with our brief Newcastle visit, we were entranced by this city and amazed at the variety of architecture which sits happily enough with the contemporary buildings.

even the old flour mill has been rejuvenated

even the old flour mill has been rejuvenated

Millenium Bridge Newcastle and Gateshead –

millenium bridge

millenium bridge

The Tyne Bridge north

newcastle bridge north approach

newcastle bridge north approach

Beautiful Central Arcade is  Edwardian, built in 1906 and highly decorated.  It is situated between Grainger and Grey Street.

central arcade newcastle

central arcade newcastle

Grey Street was built in the 1830s by Richard Grainger and John Dobson.  It is reknown for it’s Georgian architecture and the impressive Theatre Royal and Central Arcade amongst many

theatre Royal Grey Street Newcastle

theatre Royal Grey Street Newcastle

More posts about Newcastle;

Bessie Surtees House

More HERE

Continued tomorrow…

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