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The Tyne From Sources to Sea


These photographs were made whilst walking the length of the River Tyne in Northumberland from its sources on Cross Fell in the South, Peel Fell in the North and from the confluence of these two tributaries at Warden to the sea at Tynemouth.

The photographic record shows the influences at work that have been transforming the land and habitats

along the river for centuries, within country and city alike.

The images trace the history of human activity embedded in the landscape.


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Kielder Reservoir
The Straits, Garrigill
Sandy Banks, Newburn
Bellister Castle Birches, Donkley Wood
The Butts, Alston Old Iron Workings, Redesdale
Stanners, Lemington Railway Shed- Interior, Dunston
High Level Bridge, Newcastle Lighthouse, South Groyne
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North Tyne Valley from Snabdaugh Moor
WWII Anti-aircraft Bunkers, Wylam
Coalstaith, Dunston