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Tynemouth is situated on the coast approximately 8 miles east of Newcastle upon Tyne. Unfortunately some of the aquarium shots are a little blurry as they dont allow flash photography........... to add to this I forgot to walk down my favourite street! Oh well, this is what I got
The station which has been part of the Tyne & Wear metro since 1982 hosts a market on Sundays specialising in art and collectables. The station was originally built for the North Eastern Railway in 1882 and has recently been restored.
Aha, I told you! North Eastern Railway.
And a Metro train for good measure.
Too many of those cupcakes from the market?
I meant to go through this archway to see the beautiful Georgian houses behind but I forgot!
Lots of little Restaurants and Cafes dotted around.
Tynemouth Priory dates from the 7th Century, sadly it only lasted a couple of hundred years before a bunch of Danes destroyed most of it in the year 800.
Into the Aquarium
Slightly odd place to find monkeys but I'm not going to complain.
I Kept noticing charging stations all over the place, at least someone is making it worth their while.
St. Marys Lighthouse a couple of miles up the coast.
Spotted an oil rig under construction on the way back.