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Part 1. Part 2. Part 3.  Part 4.

Still wandering around Newcastle after the fair, sitting drinking coffee and people watching

Blondie

On a mission

Then off to the Central Arcade

where this chap was making some tunes on a strange windbag thing, I asked him what it was and I think he said it was the Irish equivalent of bagpipes, but my memory is pants so I could be wrong on that.

Night on the town

Old and new

Stairway to…?

scrotal support

I ❤ Carlisle

Deliverooing

St.George war memorial

Parsons Polygon ~ artwork by David Hamilton in 1985, a graded 2 listed obelisk that conceals a metro ventilation shaft

Graffiti

So that's the end of this Fraggle Report, thanks for all the kind comments along the way, see you for the next Report!

30 comments on “Newcastle International Fair ~ final part

  1. Francis.R. says:

    Newcastle is so full of life! Happy city ^-^

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    1. Especially on football home match days 😊

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  2. beetleypete says:

    In the Deliveroo photo, that portly security man in the shop behind them has spotted you!
    Love that last shot. I would be happy have that graffiti as a print on my wall.
    Thanks for a great tour of the city, FR.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Thanks Pete 😊

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  3. AK says:

    I really like the Central Arcade photo. AK

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    1. Thanks, it’s a lovely place.

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  4. Paul will love the bag – he’s from a city called Carlisle here in the States!

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  5. enmanscamera says:

    What a fun trip. I enjoyed the whole series. No favs…I liked ’em one-n-all.

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    1. Thanks Nman 🙂

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  6. I’ve never been to Newcastle, but I feel like I have been vicariously. Thanks for that, Fraggle.

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    1. Cheers Cindy 🙂

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  7. Jay says:

    What a spirited series!

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  8. kmSalvatore says:

    wow, I love strolling with you Fraggy. and that “artwork” thingy.. very inventive:) awesome job, awesome photos

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  9. vinnieh says:

    Scrotal support, that was funny.

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    1. I didn’t think anyone had noticed them! 🙂

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      1. vinnieh says:

        Leather can be tough on the skin, especially in certain areas.

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        1. Yes but did you see what was hanging off the back of his bike?

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          1. vinnieh says:

            Yes, that made me howl laughing so much.

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          2. vinnieh says:

            Love the no cares attitude of the guy on the bike. He’s like ‘I’m gonna rock these leathers and have balls swinging on my bike’.

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          3. Yes I bet he’s a bit of a character.

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          4. vinnieh says:

            Yes, probably a really funny guy.

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          5. Or a mad axeman with a scrotum fetish 😂😂

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          6. vinnieh says:

            Haha, stranger things have happened.

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  10. Eddy Winko says:

    I had to go back twice after reading the comments, then burst put laughing when I spotted the clackers! 🙂

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    1. I didn’t notice them at the time so had a good giggle myself when I uploaded the photo. 😂😂

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