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Newcastle upon Tyne

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A reflective Tyne

The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art (BALTIC) is an international centre for contemporary Art. It is located in Gateshead, North East England. It presents a constantly changing programme of exhibitions and events, and is a world leader in the presentation, commissioning and communication of contemporary visual art. Dominic Williams of Ellis Williams Architects won an architectural competition in the mid 1990s to convert the 1950s Baltic Flour Mill into a centre for art. After ten years in the plannin…

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A true Black and White

The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art (BALTIC) is an international centre for contemporary Art. It is located in Gateshead, North East England. It presents a constantly changing programme of exhibitions and events, and is a world leader in the presentation, commissioning and communication of contemporary visual art. Dominic Williams of Ellis Williams Architects won an architectural competition in the mid 1990s to convert the 1950s Baltic Flour Mill into a centre for art. After ten years in the plannin…

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A Tyne to reflect

The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art (BALTIC) is an international centre for contemporary Art. It is located in Gateshead, North East England. It presents a constantly changing programme of exhibitions and events, and is a world leader in the presentation, commissioning and communication of contemporary visual art. Dominic Williams of Ellis Williams Architects won an architectural competition in the mid 1990s to convert the 1950s Baltic Flour Mill into a centre for art. After ten years in the plannin…

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Blinking Eye

The Gateshead Millennium Bridge or (Blinking Eye) is a pedestrian and cyclist tilt bridge spanning the River Tyne. The Tyne runs between Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead. The bridge weighs 850 tonnes, and was lifted into place in one piece by the Asian Hercules II, one of the world's largest floating cranes, on 20 November 2000. It was opened to the public on 1st September 2001, and was dedicated by Queen Elizabeth II on 7 May 2002. The bridge, which cost £22m to build, won the architects Wilkinson Eyr…

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Cosmopoli Tyne

The Gateshead Millennium Bridge or (Blinking Eye) is a pedestrian and cyclist tilt bridge spanning the River Tyne. The Tyne runs between Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead. The bridge weighs 850 tonnes, and was lifted into place in one piece by the Asian Hercules II, one of the world's largest floating cranes, on 20 November 2000. It was opened to the public on 1st September 2001, and was dedicated by Queen Elizabeth II on 7 May 2002. The bridge, which cost £22m to build, won the architects Wilkinson Eyr…

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A view of the Tyne Bridge, on the Gateshead side of the River Tyne. I took this photo, just a day or so after the Tux 2, (a floating nightclub), had been taken away.

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Its Grim up North

The Gateshead Millennium Bridge or (Blinking Eye) is a pedestrian and cyclist tilt bridge spanning the River Tyne. The Tyne runs between Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead. The bridge weighs 850 tonnes, and was lifted into place in one piece by the Asian Hercules II, one of the world's largest floating cranes, on 20 November 2000. It was opened to the public on 1st September 2001, and was dedicated by Queen Elizabeth II on 7 May 2002. Centre is The Sage Gateshead, the centre occupies a "curvy glass and s…

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Big River

A view of the Tyne Bridge, on the Gateshead side of the River Tyne. I took this photo, just a day or so after the Tux 2, (a floating nightclub), had been taken away. To the right is the Sage Centre, and in the distance is the millenium Bridge.

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Magpie

The Gateshead Millennium Bridge or (Blinking Eye) is a pedestrian and cyclist tilt bridge spanning the River Tyne. The Tyne runs between Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead. The bridge weighs 850 tonnes, and was lifted into place in one piece by the Asian Hercules II, one of the world's largest floating cranes, on 20 November 2000. It was opened to the public on 1st September 2001, and was dedicated by Queen Elizabeth II on 7 May 2002. The bridge, which cost £22m to build, won the architects Wilkinson Eyr…
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