Bridges Over the River Tyne~ Part 4

Part 1 HERE. Part 2 HERE. Part 3 HERE

After crossing back to the Newcastle side of the swing bridge, we walked down to the millennium bridge. Β A Sunday Market is held on the quayside every week we were of course distracted by all the wares and people, so took our time and took some photo’s.

I think Gypsy Rose Lee had a very large family πŸ˜‰

I have no idea where the horse was!

Theres always a busker~this chap had a really nice voice

Some interesting food stalls

Some traditional Geordie bangers

Pease pudding is a thing up here

Lunch queue

No queue, but he looked happy enough

HUGE cheese sandwich

Roast Pork burgers

Wiga Wagaa chilli stall

Next time we’ll look at the arts and crafts and get to the Millennium bridge.

 

 

25 Comments

  1. Hmm…Fudge-Yum
    Hmm…Pork Burger-Yum
    Hmm…Geordie Bangers-Yum
    Hang on! Pease Pudding? YUK!
    Nice shots, FR.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Haha apparently pease pudding and ham sandwiches are the thing, though can’t say I am overly impressed.

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  2. Oo lovely…I’m just grumpy now!Love the gypsy caravan and sign shots too…You have the eye Fraggle R! πŸ™‚

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    1. πŸ™‚ Cheers Clare.

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  3. Hungry!I meant hungry!Thats the weirdest spell correct ever hahahaha….

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    1. I did really wonder why I’d made you grumpy πŸ˜€

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      1. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

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  4. I’m glad I just ate, or thi post would have made me hungry!

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    1. πŸ™‚ cheers Sarah

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  5. I wonder if Angeline knows where the horse went! You captured the stalls well, like many above I am feeling hungry now, time to get the sausages out.
    I remember enjoying pease pudding when I visited the Northeast but I cant remember what is actually in it?

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    1. yellow split peas with salt and spices. πŸ™‚

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      1. Ah, thank you πŸ™‚ Is there a stoty pie as well, or something with a similar name?

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        1. Stottie cakes- like a huge bread roll really, 12″ diameter, 1.6″ deep and with an indent in the middle. Usually split and filled with ham and pease pudding πŸ™‚

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          1. πŸ™‚ ahh it’s all coming back to me now, just as well I made just made a lamb curry!

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  6. awesome πŸ™‚

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    1. thanks πŸ™‚

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  7. What wonderful colour.
    I love the wagon!

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    1. Thank you Jay πŸ™‚would have liked to get a picture of the lady inside but bottled out! πŸ˜€

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  8. “I will tell you the past, present and future” it’s quite exotic to me to seee a place like that in Englad, but in Peru that would be quite normal as it seems quite popular the use of magic. Not for me as I try to think I make my future. Thank you for an enjoyable trip, fragglerocking ^_^

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    1. Thanks Francis, more to come yet πŸ™‚

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  9. […] Part 1 HERE. Part 2 HERE. Part 3 HERE & 4 HEREΒ  […]

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  10. I already know the past and the present, skip to the future please Ms Lee πŸ™‚

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  11. ohhh Fraggy, I’m sitting here,1st cuppa, its 7am, and now I’m starving. awesome shots, really my kinda place. love love these shots. we have an actual date where buskers perform for a nite.. I hope I don’t miss it this years. and food trucks are huge here, so that should keep Dave occupied:)))

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    1. πŸ™‚ ❀

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