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THE TYNE

 

 

I am following in the footsteps of Richard Trim in showing this picture. But I think it's worth showing twice

THE TYNE

 

 

I am following in the footsteps of Richard Trim in showing this picture. But I think it's worth showing twice

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I agree Chris, its a great view, of a great place. I think I'm right in saying that where you took it from was the bridge featured in 'Get Carter' with Michael Cain.
Chris: Indeed it was Frank. I remember that film as being really gritty and violent, especially at the end
It absolutely is, Chris! Very nice photo!
Chris: Thank you Elizabeth. In the background is the Sage I featured yesterday
Jolie photo. J'aime beaucoup le pont rouge.
Chris: Spanning the river Tyne Martine
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 15 Jan 2020, 05:31
Why not, Chris - they are such fine bridges
Chris: They certainly are Lisl
Good thing,Chris, because I haven't seen what Trim showed. There's a lot to see in this image!
Chris: Newcastle's bridges are a thing of joy Ginnie
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 15 Jan 2020, 06:46
Oh, WOW, Chris, this is just a beauty and what a great day you chose. I love all the lines here and the bridges. And to be honest I totally missed Mr. Trim's showing.......
SO thank you for posting. Never hold back on great pictures like these.
Chris: A pleasure Astrid. The Sage at Gateshead, which I featured yesterday, can be seen in the distance
Ha oui alors c'est superbe !!!
Une prise de vue vraiment très belle , Merci
Chris: Thank you Claudine!
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 15 Jan 2020, 07:26
All the bridges are a significant feature of the Tyne. I'd love to have ago at driving the swing bridge; I'd have it going around very fast like one of those G force simulators they use for training astronauts.
Chris: You are a MENACE to the good citizens of Newgateshead!!
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 15 Jan 2020, 07:34
I would love to see many more of your Newcastle an Gateshead images, Chris.
Chris: I think I've got one or two left to show..
I like the strong red in the foreground. This is well worth showing and it also demonstrates the superiority of a Fuji camera
Chris: Fujis are damn brilliant. This was taken with a camera only the size of two match boxes. If you can remember those..
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 15 Jan 2020, 08:35
It’s a great scene Tiff.
Chris: Impressive or wot Chad!
Definitely worth showing Chris, two very famous bridges.
Chris: Taken from a third famous one
A red bridge is a great idea but I think some probably do not like it.
Chris: There's a red door too
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 15 Jan 2020, 14:52
Won't make any comparison - keep it zipped. The mystery to me is that the tall bridge carries a road that disappears among the rooftops.
Chris: And where it goes after crossing the bridge I have no idea Louis
I travelled over one or other of those bridges for years!
Chris: And I'm sure you appreciated them Tom
What a great view, Chris! They are impressive bridges smile
Chris: They certainly are that Martin
we are both in showing off bridges today Chris...
the three in bridges in this photo are much more elegant than my truss bridge that i posted....petersmile
Chris: Newcastle is famous for these Peter

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