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North East Collection

Discover the breathtaking beauty England. From the dramatic expanse of sand dunes at Druridge Bay to the picturesque beach, this region is a nature lover's paradise

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Northumberland, Bamburgh

England, Northumberland, Bamburgh. The colours of dawn reflected on the wet, sandy beach at Bamburgh overlooked by Bamburgh Castle, located along the Northumberland Heritage Coast

Background imageNorth East Collection: Rochester Castle, Kent (engraving)

Rochester Castle, Kent (engraving)
1057957 Rochester Castle, Kent (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Rochester Castle, Kent)

Background imageNorth East Collection: The Teessaurus a triceratops by Genevieve Glatt, fabricated by Harts of Stockton at a

The Teessaurus a triceratops by Genevieve Glatt, fabricated by Harts of Stockton at a cost of 16, 000. seen here shortly after being installed in Teessaurus Park

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Northumberland, Druridge Bay. A dramatic expanse of sand dunes fringing the picturesque

England, Northumberland, Druridge Bay. A dramatic expanse of sand dunes fringing the picturesque beach at Druridge Bay, viwed shortly after sunrise

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Northumberland, Newbiggin by the sea

England, Northumberland, Newbiggin by the sea. Coal dust revealed by a retreating wave on the Newbiggin by the sea beach

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Tyne and Wear, Whitley Bay. Incoming tide engulfs the causeway linking St Marys Island &

England, Tyne and Wear, Whitley Bay. Incoming tide engulfs the causeway linking St Marys Island & lifehouse to the mainland

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Northumberland, Bamburgh Castle. Bamburgh Castle and dunes near Bamburgh village

England, Northumberland, Bamburgh Castle. Bamburgh Castle and dunes near Bamburgh village

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Cleveland, Saltburn-by-the-Sea. View from the top of the funicular railway

England, Cleveland, Saltburn-by-the-Sea. View from the top of the funicular railway, one of the worlds oldest water-powered cliff lifts, towards the Victorian Pier and North Sea Beach

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Tyne & Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne. The Millennium Bridge and the river Tyne

England, Tyne & Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne. The Millennium Bridge and the river Tyne, viewed at night from the Newcastle upon tyne quayside

Background imageNorth East Collection: The head of the Jarrow Crusade seen here during the first stage of their journey to

The head of the Jarrow Crusade seen here during the first stage of their journey to London. The Jarrow March was a protest march in England in October 1936 against the unemployment

Background imageNorth East Collection: The Emperor Hadrian pub, at Battle Hill, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear. 6th April 1998

The Emperor Hadrian pub, at Battle Hill, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear. 6th April 1998

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Tyne and Wear, Angel of the North. The Angel of the North statue near the cities of

England, Tyne and Wear, Angel of the North. The Angel of the North statue near the cities of Gateshead and Newcastle Upon Tyne

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, County Durham, Durham City. Durham Cathedral, situated above the river banks of the River

England, County Durham, Durham City. Durham Cathedral, situated above the river banks of the River Wear

Background imageNorth East Collection: Postcode District Map sheet 4 Northern England

Postcode District Map sheet 4 Northern England
This postcode district map (sheet 4) displays the complete first half, or Outward Code, of the Postcode (eg LS2) for Northern England covering from Hawick in the north to Nantwich in the south

Background imageNorth East Collection: First geological map of Britain, 1815 C016 / 5683

First geological map of Britain, 1815 C016 / 5683
First geological map of Britain, detail of the north east coast (figure 8). This map was published in 1815 by British geologist William Smith (1769-1839)

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Tyne and Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne

England, Tyne and Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne. The Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Tyne Bridge and Sage Building located alongside the River Tyne and Newcastle / Gatehead Quayside

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Northumberland, Woodhorn Colliery Mining Museum

England, Northumberland, Woodhorn Colliery Mining Museum. Pit Head Winding Gear at the Woodhorn Colliery Mining Museum near Ashington - Once a former coal pit

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, County Durham, Durham City. Fulling Mill, on the banks of the River Wear

England, County Durham, Durham City. Fulling Mill, on the banks of the River Wear, below Durham Cathedral

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Tyne and Wear, Angel of the North

England, Tyne and Wear, Angel of the North. The Angel of the North statue near the cities of Gateshead and Newcastle Upon Tyne

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Tyne & Wear, St Marys Lighthouse

England, Tyne & Wear, St Marys Lighthouse. St Marys Island and Lighthouse, a popular tourist destination near Whitley Bay

Background imageNorth East Collection: Angel of the North

Angel of the North
England, Tyne and Wear, Gateshead. Aerial (drone) view of the iconic Angel of the North statue by Antony Gormley. The Angel, built on a a former colliery pit head bath site

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Tyne and Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne

England, Tyne and Wear, Newcastle Upon Tyne. The Gateshead Millennium Bridge and Baltic Gallery on the Newcastle upon Tyne river quayside

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Northumberland, Bamburgh. Sea Thrift growing along a rocky outcrop north of Bamburgh Castle

England, Northumberland, Bamburgh. Sea Thrift growing along a rocky outcrop north of Bamburgh Castle

Background imageNorth East Collection: Pemaquid lightouse and fishermans museum, Pemaquid Point, Maine, United States of America

Pemaquid lightouse and fishermans museum, Pemaquid Point, Maine, United States of America, North America

Background imageNorth East Collection: Albany covered bridge over Swift River

Albany covered bridge over Swift River, Kangamagus Highway, New Hampshire, New England, United States of America (U.S.A.), North America

Background imageNorth East Collection: The Rose Inn pub, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear. 28th February 1990

The Rose Inn pub, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear. 28th February 1990

Background imageNorth East Collection: Old Coal Shipping Staithes near Wallsend (pencil & w / c on paper pasted on card)

Old Coal Shipping Staithes near Wallsend (pencil & w / c on paper pasted on card)
1214387 Old Coal Shipping Staithes near Wallsend (pencil & w/c on paper pasted on card) by Holmes, R. Sheriton (1829-1900); 28.0x19.6 cm; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Background imageNorth East Collection: Mines at Easington Colliery. July 1969

Mines at Easington Colliery. July 1969

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Northumberland, Beadnell

England, Northumberland, Beadnell. Sunrise over the North Sea viewed from Nacker Hole, Beadnell, situated along the Northumberland Heritage Coast

Background imageNorth East Collection: A scene at a bar in Greenwich Village, after the repeal of Prohibition, 1933

A scene at a bar in Greenwich Village, after the repeal of Prohibition, 1933
PROHIBITION REPEAL, 1933. A scene at a bar in Greenwich Village, after the repeal of Prohibition, 1933

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Northumberland, Beadnell. Boats moored within the Harbour Walls of the Beadnell Harbour

England, Northumberland, Beadnell. Boats moored within the Harbour Walls of the Beadnell Harbour - viewed at low tide

Background imageNorth East Collection: England, Northumberland, Seahouses. Boats moored in the harbour at Seahouses

England, Northumberland, Seahouses. Boats moored in the harbour at Seahouses, known as The Gateway to the Farne Islands

Background imageNorth East Collection: A colourised version of a version of classic photograph from the Chronicle archive

A colourised version of a version of classic photograph from the Chronicle archive, summer holidays. A child plays in the shadow of one of the supertankers, Tyne Pride, built at Swan Hunter, 1975

Background imageNorth East Collection: Construction of the new Tyne Bridge. The superstructure of the new Tyne Bridge was given

Construction of the new Tyne Bridge. The superstructure of the new Tyne Bridge was given a further push, and Church Street, Gateshead, was completely bridged

Background imageNorth East Collection: Construction of the new Tyne Bridge. The Gateshead erection masts

Construction of the new Tyne Bridge. The Gateshead erection masts, from which the half arch is suspended. Steady progress is being made with the new Tyne Bridge

Background imageNorth East Collection: Construction of the new Tyne Bridge. Steel erectors standing where the top booms are

Construction of the new Tyne Bridge. Steel erectors standing where the top booms are almost touching. The Tyne Bridge is a through arch bridge over the River Tyne in North East England

Background imageNorth East Collection: Construction of the new Tyne Bridge. Hoisting the Union Jack on the top after the joining

Construction of the new Tyne Bridge. Hoisting the Union Jack on the top after the joining up of the bridge. The Tyne Bridge is a through arch bridge over the River Tyne in North East England

Background imageNorth East Collection: Construction of the new Tyne Bridge. The bridge on the Gateshead side

Construction of the new Tyne Bridge. The bridge on the Gateshead side. The Tyne Bridge is a through arch bridge over the River Tyne in North East England, linking Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead

Background imageNorth East Collection: The Royal Navys aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious seen here under construction at

The Royal Navys aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious seen here under construction at the Swan Hunter Shipbuilders yard on the Tyne at Wallsend. 13th December 1977

Background imageNorth East Collection: The switchboard at the Newcastle Telephone Exchange. 24th Januaray 1931

The switchboard at the Newcastle Telephone Exchange. 24th Januaray 1931

Background imageNorth East Collection: Doweys boat building yard in North Shields. Circa 1850

Doweys boat building yard in North Shields. Circa 1850

Background imageNorth East Collection: Bamburgh castle, Northumberland, UK

Bamburgh castle, Northumberland, UK

Background imageNorth East Collection: The Swing Bridge, Newcastle. Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear. 14th October 1920

The Swing Bridge, Newcastle. Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear. 14th October 1920

Background imageNorth East Collection: WORLD WAR II POSTER, 1941. Defense! Long Island Women - Home Defense Day

WORLD WAR II POSTER, 1941. Defense! Long Island Women - Home Defense Day. American poster announcing activities related to civil defense held at Adelphi College in Garden City, New York, 3 May 1941

Background imageNorth East Collection: High Street East in Sunderland during demolition work in the 1930s (b / w photo)

High Street East in Sunderland during demolition work in the 1930s (b / w photo)
6331013 High Street East in Sunderland during demolition work in the 1930s (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums; (add.info)

Background imageNorth East Collection: The Venerable Bede translating the last chapter of St John. The Illustration from An Outline of

The Venerable Bede translating the last chapter of St John. The Illustration from An Outline of Christianity edited by
1275249 The Venerable Bede translating the last chapter of St John. The Illustration from An Outline of Christianity edited by As Peake et al (Waverley, c 1910.) by Penrose

Background imageNorth East Collection: Fawcett Street looking south from Bridge Street, Sunderland, c. 1890 (b / w photo)

Fawcett Street looking south from Bridge Street, Sunderland, c. 1890 (b / w photo)
6331015 Fawcett Street looking south from Bridge Street, Sunderland, c.1890 (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums; (add.info)

Background imageNorth East Collection: The Tap & Spile pub, Durham. July 1991

The Tap & Spile pub, Durham. July 1991



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Discover the breathtaking beauty England. From the dramatic expanse of sand dunes at Druridge Bay to the picturesque beach, this region is a nature lover's paradise. Witness the mesmerizing sight of the incoming tide engulfing the causeway that links St Marys Island and lifehouse in Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear. Explore history at its finest as you visit Bamburgh Castle, nestled amidst stunning dunes near Bamburgh village in Northumberland. Navigate your way through this enchanting region with ease using the Postcode District Map sheet 4 Northern England. Marvel at iconic landmarks like the Angel of the North and soak in coastal charm at Newbiggin by-the-sea in Northumberland or Saltburn-by-the-Sea in Cleveland. Take a ride on the funicular railway for a breathtaking view from atop Saltburn's cliffs. Immerse yourself in history as you visit Durham City, home to Durham Cathedral majestically situated above River Wear's banks. Indulge in some local flavor at The Emperor Hadrian pub, located at Battle Hill, Wallsend - an establishment steeped in heritage since April 6th, 1998. No trip to North East England would be complete without experiencing Newcastle Upon Tyne. Admire architectural marvels like Millennium Bridge spanning over River Tyne while exploring this vibrant city. Trace back centuries with Britain's first geological map from 1815 C016 / 5683 and uncover fascinating insights into our planet's past. With so much to offer, including hidden gems like Bamburgh village itself – it’s time to embark on an unforgettable adventure through Northumberland.