Posted on March 8, 2019
Now and then due to busyness or bad weather, Sophie and I go to Tynemouth Market for a shorter excursion as it’s only 20 minutes away and there’s always stuff to photograph, and shop for! The market is held at Tynemouth Metro Station, a Grade II listed building, and is on every Saturday and Sunday.
Things you could buy there..
Things you might see there…
There are always lots of doggies
and sartorially elegant ladies
We had our lunch there..
and then went to have a quick look at the newly opened Spanish City, which I’ll do next time, so stay tooned!
Posted on April 2, 2017
On our way back to Tynemouth metro station I took some more incidental shots, and shots for our clues,
Percy Argyle was the answer to one of our clues 🙂
and a fence of course
On the way back to the station..
Tynemouth Metro station is a station on the Tyne and Wear Metro network. It was designed by William Bell and is a Grade II* listed building. As well as serving the Tyne and Wear Metro, it hosts a number of permanent businesses, and a weekly market. One of the oldest stations on the Tyne and Wear network, Tynemouth Station was opened by the North Eastern Railway in 1882.
Lots of interesting stalls and people
and that’s the end of this report!
We found our murderer 🙂
Posted on August 25, 2013
a fab place to visit at the weekends, full of all sorts from photography stalls to vintage vinyl, arts & crafts, memorabilia and just about anything you can think of. Set in Tynemouth metro station which has a gorgeous glass roof. Phil and I had a wander around for a few hours, tried some coffee, had a hog roast roll for lunch 🙂 and I took some photo’s, Of course.
cheese and marmite on the menu! yuck.
Of course Darth Vader always shops here, lots of Star Wars toys available.
not sure if she was selling or cooking them 🙂
my purchase for the day 🙂 🙂