Here they are, trying not to look suspicious on the street corner as I snapped them up:
I've no idea what happened here with the processing - the film came out in some weird low-contrast ultra-gritty-grainy style. The camera was a little Olympus Trip that I found in a charity shop and paid about £2.50 for. Those were the days - nowadays all the charity shops around here have got wise to things and you won't see any camera priced at less than £30.
We had a wee dander about the city over the course of the weekend - and a very nice place it is. I'd never been before - the sandstone buildings and Georgian architecture reminded me of Bath.
Of course we had to head to the river and see the bridges. This is the iconic Tyne Bridge, built by the same company that designed the Forth Bridge (hence the similarity, I guess).
And further on we have the Gateshead Millenium Bridge for pedestrians and cyclists - a fantastic looking structure:
Apparently the whole structure tilts to allow boats to pass underneath - pretty cool, eh?