Poppys and Souter Lighthouse
Angel of the North
A contemporary sculpture, designed by Antony Gormley - The above is a steel sculpture of an angel, 20 metres (66 ft) tall, with wings measuring 54 metres (177 ft) across.The wings do not stand straight sideways, but are angled 3.5 degrees forward; Gormley did this to create "a sense of embrace". It stands on a hill on the southern edge of Low Fell, overlooking the A1 and A167 roads into Tyneside, and the East Coast Main Line rail route, south of the site of Team Valley.
looking back along Saltburn pier
The Boat House
Boat House & River Wear from Elvet Bridge
Waiting for me Dad
2019 sculpture at the Tees Transporter Bridge
Race day at the Croft Circuit near Darlington
Stockton International Riverside Festival 2013
Leading the line at the 1 mile stage of the Great North Run Million 2014, only another 12.1 miles to run with the finish line being at South Shields sea front.
The Red Arrows fly past 50,000 + runners who still have another 12.1 miles to run.
Stockton on Tees November 5th 2017
At the Infinity Bridge
Lumiere Durham November 2017
nOVEMNER 5TH 2017
Fire works across the River Tees
Surfing at Saltburn has taken place for many years, big waves are to be seen along this stretch of the North East Coast line, well worth a visit !
North East Moto X
The under 16`s Championships Moto X held in Middlesbrough April 2015
John Deer in action near Waldridge Fell, Chester le Street.
Durham Lumiere 2017, reflection of light in the River Wear through Framwellgate Bridge
The steel sculpture created by "local" Ray Lonsdale sits on the North East Coast at Seaham in Co Durham to commemorate the first miniute of peace at the end of World War I
Designed and sculptored from Steel by local man Ray Lonsdale. This statue commemorates the proud mining heritage of Horden and was unveiled by a group of Horden`s oldest living miners on 21st November 2015
Tour of Britian KoM 2 Bollihope Common
Ray Lonsdale, North Shields
Woodhorn Colliery`s Poppies
No31 Tram to Central Station
The daily view of the 1900 era Market Town
Chester Moor in Autumn
The Town represents a typical North Eastern market town in the years leading up to the First World War.
Calm Mornings over Peterlee, Sky Diving at it best.
Behind the Gun
Grouse waiting in the Heather on Co Durham`s Fells.
From Rowley Station
Rowley Station, adjacent to The Town, is a typical country station as it would have been in Edwardian times.
Swan Hunter Derelict
Tumbelton Lake, Cragside
One of Northumberland`s Beauty spots, Amazing Walks, Treks and Bike rides are to be had with breath taking landscape all around.
Saltburn Pier & North Sea
Early February morning shot as the tide heads back out.
Sunrise from the Wearmouth Bridge
Looking from Sunderland`s Wearmouth Bridge which spans the River Wear on the edge of the city centre out in to the North Sea.
Finchael Abbey Ruins
18th Centruy Wreck
Mist over Trimdon Colliery
Durham Big Meeting
Lindisfarne Priory Ruins
Captured from the Cloisters