Newcastle West End: Elswick to Newburn | The Guardian

Photographer Mark Pinder recalls the years he spent in Newcastle’s West End in a collection of pictures documenting the six miles along the river Tyne from Elswick to Newburn, where the west of the city meets the countryside.Mark Pinder’s Newcastle West End: Elswick to Newburn is published by Cafe Royal BooksA burnt Mini on the steps of the former Scotswood station, 1990. Continue reading…

Photographer Mark Pinder recalls the years he spent in Newcastle’s West End in a collection of pictures documenting the six miles along the river Tyne from Elswick to Newburn, where the west of the city meets the countryside.

Mark Pinder’s Newcastle West End: Elswick to Newburn is published by Cafe Royal Books

A burnt Mini on the steps of the former Scotswood station, 1990.

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