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Newcastle Through Time A Second Selection John Carlson

Newcastle Through Time A Second Selection By John Carlson

Newcastle Through Time A Second Selection by John Carlson


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Summary

This fascinating second selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Newcastle has changed and developed over the last century

Newcastle Through Time A Second Selection Summary

Newcastle Through Time A Second Selection by John Carlson

The City of Newcastle is situated on the north bank of the River Tyne. It is thought that the city has had almost 2,000 years of continuous habitation, dating as far back as Roman times. By the eighteenth century, Newcastle was the most important city in the North East, and it continues to be a thriving and populous centre to this day. This is the second collection of images from John Carlson and Joyce Carlson. With an introduction by Howard Goldsbrough, the book draws on numerous pictorial sources to illustrate developments in the cityscape. Included are scenes from times gone by often counterpointed by an image showing the view today. The book covers much of the city centre, such as the Quayside, Haymarket and Monument districts, which will be familiar to today's residents and visitors alike.

About John Carlson

John is a local history author who lives in Tyne & Wear. Joyce is a local history author who lives in Tyne & Wear.

Additional information

GOR006495284
9781848681781
184868178X
Newcastle Through Time A Second Selection by John Carlson
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Amberley Publishing
20120315
96
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