River Tyne Cruise~ July 2017 ~ part 3

Part 1

Part 2

Nearly back to our starting point now, and some old industrial buildings on the river bank,

and then the newer Hilton Hotel

The sage, some boats and some dolly birds 🙂

worth 2 views of the Sage, it is amazing!

The Baltic Flour Mill, now converted into a gallery for contemporary art, and some people on the Millennium bridge

That’s it for the river cruise, but we took a few of the quayside as well, so will do those next time.

Stay tooned! 🙂

 

11 Comments

  1. The Sage is impressive, but for me, the Art Deco/Modernist wonder that is the Baltic Flour Mill steals the show!
    (Those boats look like navy craft)
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Thanks Pete, it is an impressive bit of kit! Also has a bar at the top giving great views over the Tyne, and a very swish restaurant. The views from the ladies loo are very impressive too!

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  2. The Sage looks like an amazing structure. I imagine you could spend a long time photographing it.

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    1. Cheers Graham, one day I’ll do a study of it!

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  3. The Sage us something else, but like Pete I impressed by the flour mill, good to know that it still has a purpose.

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    1. It’s a great bit of architecture.

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  4. Looks like it was a fun trip. Nice shots.

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    1. And cheap too, only £12 for the trip, good value I thought.

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  5. Wow! These are some really impressive pictures! I love the way you capture the clouds in the background.

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    1. Love cloudy skies! Thanks Dani xx

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      1. You’re welcome and I do too!⛅

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