Plaque for tourists informing that the building was built in the 16th Century and restored in the 1980s. This building is now a bar called ‘Lloyds’. Date: 1986 Group name: Lauren, Bexy, Maya, Jessica Plaque reads: Tyne and Wear County … Continue reading
Plaque put up in 1986 to let tourists know that the building was owned by ship owners in the 18th century. The wealth of the ship owners is displayed by the grandness of the building. Date: 1986 Plaque reads: Tyne … Continue reading
This is a photograph of ‘The Cooperage’, one of Newcastle’s oldest buildings. It is an old building with wooden pillars, white exterior and a brown, slightly modern looking enterance. It dates back to the 14th century and was used as … Continue reading
Flynns bar is an example of a modern bar along the Quayside which has recently been renovated to keep it up to date. It shows the continual changes of Quayside business. Group name: Longbenton Community College.
The ‘Great Coffee’ shop with modern flats above. This is a café on the Newcastle side of the Quayside next to the Law Courts. The building has developed to help needs of tourists and to attract more people to the … Continue reading
A view of the bridges which span the River Tyne. Group: Tweenies
The Sage music hall.
The Baltic Art Gallery used to be a flour mill so having ‘Baltic Flour Mills’ on the side preserves the history. Its renovation was completed in 2002. The kittiwake seagulls show that depsite there always being industries and new brands, … Continue reading
This is a picture of the boats with pedestrains walking by. The boats are used for a daily boat trip. This shows that now there are more tourist attractions at the Quayside. Group: Black Quays
This photo shows some posted notes on a wall in the Blatic. People have wrote their favourite ‘Baltic Moments’ and put them on the wall. It shows us that people actually participate and enjoy the facilities at the Quayside, and … Continue reading