EPW048790 ENGLAND (1935).  Shipyards on the River Tyne, Walker, from the south-west, 1935


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    Title [EPW048790] Shipyards on the River Tyne, Walker, from the south-west, 1935
    Reference EPW048790
    Date August 1935
    Place name WALKER
    Parish
    District
    Region
    Country ENGLAND
    Easting / Northing 429896,  565129
    Longitude / Latitude -1.5328330009458,  54.979792844411
    National Grid Reference NZ299651
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    Pins (20)

     the mid tyne ferry co ferry in my day in the 60s they were the the princess and dutchess

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    chris lowery
    Wednesday 4th of September 2013 05:37:12 PM
     Wallsend ferry landing you only paid at Hebburn so if you were canny you could ride upstream to Walker for free

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    chris lowery
    Wednesday 4th of September 2013 05:35:51 PM
     the Newcastle electric co power station the first 3phase one in the world

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    chris lowery
    Wednesday 4th of September 2013 05:33:39 PM
     old steaths of the Killingworth and Wallsend Collieries built after George and Robert Stephenson

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    chris lowery
    Wednesday 4th of September 2013 05:32:17 PM
     Swan Hunter's ship yard at Wallsend. My photo shows the yard 10 yrs later during WW2

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    NDunn
    Sunday 25th of August 2013 10:57:38 AM
     Hebburn Ferry Landing stage. In the 1950s the landing had moved slightly up river further away from Leslies Shipyard (maybe 50 yds or more )

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    NDunn
    Sunday 25th of August 2013 10:53:48 AM
     Hadrian Road Methodist Chapel

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    Geoff
    Thursday 15th of August 2013 07:33:04 PM
     Hadrian Road Methodist Chapel

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    Geoff
    Thursday 15th of August 2013 07:33:04 PM
     Palmer St

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    Geoff
    Thursday 15th of August 2013 07:30:29 PM

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    Thursday 15th of August 2013 07:29:40 PM
     Charles St

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    Geoff
    Thursday 15th of August 2013 07:28:49 PM
     Gertrude St

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    Geoff
    Thursday 15th of August 2013 07:27:55 PM
     Palmers Buildings

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    Geoff
    Thursday 15th of August 2013 07:27:04 PM
     Burn Closes Bridge now replaced by new bridge

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    Geoff
    Thursday 15th of August 2013 07:25:52 PM
     Hadrian Rd Methodist Chapel

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    Geoff
    Thursday 15th of August 2013 07:23:31 PM
     Possible Leander Class Light Cruiser

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    NickH
    Thursday 15th of August 2013 11:59:48 AM
     Hebburn Palmers Ship yard

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    NDunn
    Monday 12th of August 2013 08:29:34 AM
     A glimpse of the long gone 'Ballast Hill' in Hebburn.

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    NDunn
    Monday 12th of August 2013 08:28:17 AM
     Bonnacord St which was at the bottom of Ellison St in Hebburn

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    NDunn
    Monday 12th of August 2013 08:27:28 AM
     Hawthorn Leslies Ship Building yard in Hebburn

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    NDunn
    Monday 12th of August 2013 08:26:15 AM

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    User Comment Contributions

    This is Wallsend rather than Walker. The shipyards which occupy most of the left of the view are the Neptune (nearer) and Wallsend (middle distance) yards of Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd. The six chimneys beyond belong to the Carville 'A' and 'B' Power Stations.

    JCC
    Saturday 15th of June 2013 12:18:34 AM