EPW053691 ENGLAND (1937). The River Tyne between the Riverside Branch Railway Sidings and the Tyne Sulphur and Copper Works, Walker, 1937

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EPW053691
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Manylion

Pennawd [EPW053691] The River Tyne between the Riverside Branch Railway Sidings and the Tyne Sulphur and Copper Works, Walker, 1937
Cyfeirnod EPW053691
Dyddiad 15-June-1937
Dolen
Enw lle WALKER
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 429887, 563966
Hydred / Lledred -1.5330949074121, 54.969341552066
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol NZ299640

Pinnau

This was a timber bridge with a rail line over the top of the riverside road. This enabled copper ore to be taken to the Tharsis Sulpher & Copperworks higher up the bank.

NDunn
Friday 14th of September 2018 01:13:51 PM
Reyrolles. This was called 'top Reyrolles' and the other one over the railway track as 'Bottom Reyrolles'. Mr Reyrolle started about 1901/2 and the firm lasted about 100 yrs employin way over 10,000 workers. Lots of Photos on my www.oldtyneside.co.uk

NDunn
Friday 26th of January 2018 08:29:08 PM
This property was called 'The Elders' and was above the 'Patent Slipway' that was used by the Morrison family who built wooden boats. Lots of Photos on my www.oldtyneside.co.uk

NDunn
Friday 26th of January 2018 08:26:31 PM
Walker Naval Yard. Lots of Photos on my www.oldtyneside.co.uk

NDunn
Friday 26th of January 2018 08:21:06 PM
Whites Burners/engineering on Prince Consort Rd, Hebburn. Lots of Photos on my www.oldtyneside.co.uk

NDunn
Friday 26th of January 2018 08:19:13 PM
Reyrolles Electrical Engineering works in Hebburn. They employed over 10,000 workers . Lots of Photos on my www.oldtyneside.co.uk

NDunn
Friday 26th of January 2018 08:18:02 PM
The Tharsis Sulpher and Copper works in Hebburn. Copper ore was mined in Spain and brought here to turn into high grade copper, with byproducts such as Sulpher and a tiny amount of silver. Lots of Photos on my www.oldtyneside.co.uk

NDunn
Friday 26th of January 2018 08:16:15 PM
Royal Navy Town Class Cruiser, possibly HMS Sheffield.

ken
Wednesday 19th of August 2015 02:05:26 PM