Fraggle Report~River Tyne Cruise~July 2017

A couple of weeks ago, when it wasn’t rain, Sophie and I embarked on one of the river cruises which set off from the Quayside in Newcastle. There are 2 choices, you can go Quay to sea, a 3 hour trip to the piers at the river mouth, or Quay to countryside, a 2 hour trip going under 11 bridges, as far as Ryton Willows, which is the one we took.

Setting off under the Millennium bridge

 

the quayside buildings

bridges

churches and high rises

graffiti of course

I ❤ Tar?

hole in the wall

more to come so stay tooned!

 

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  1. Good idea to get on the river, and see the other side of the buildings. Is that first bridge just an ‘ornament’, or can you actually cross it?
    Looking forward to part two.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Yes you can cross it, they raise it at certain times of the day for ships/sailboats to go through. Cheers Pete.

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  2. Gorgeous impressions and stunning architecture. Love the bridges!

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  3. They look fantastic 🙂

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  4. Bridges are fascinating and Newgate seems to have modern marvels. Nice shots!

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  5. Bridges make for fine photographs. And a nice river cruise can be just the ticket.

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  6. Oh, I bet I could have a nice time there!

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    1. It is nice to sail 🙂

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  7. Cool perspective.

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  8. Your pictures look absolutely stunning, interesting angels too! Back of the net.

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  9. These are beautiful Fraggle!😁💝📷

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    1. Thanks Dani, hoping to go the other way up the river next time!

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      1. I’m glad you and Sophie had a good time! Looking forward to your next photographs!📸❤

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        1. Once I’ve finished the Road Trip I’ll be back to posting Sophie & my adventures 🙂 thanks Dani x

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          1. Awesome!!!😁❤ I hope ya’ll have a fantastic time! I love seeing pics from your adventures! That’s so great that you have someone to share adventures with! Have fun!😁❤📸

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  10. […] At 73 miles long, there’s plenty to see and photograph, some of which you can see on a previous post HERE. […]

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