Wallsend Photo Gallery

THE WALLSEND PHOTO GALLERY

One of the best reasons for setting up the Wallsend in photos section is so that we could store and catalogue any photos we may use elswhere on the website.

Of course this means we will be able to access them online at anytime, while being able to share the photographs with our visitors either in this section or in our news and events section.

We also encourage our visitors to share any of their own photographs of Wallsend.

Take a quick virtual tour of Wallsend in the photo slideshow below or scroll down to choose photos from the individual areas in and around the town of Wallsend.

If you have not already noticed the header image (at the top of the page) is also set to show a different picture from around Wallsend each time you visit a different page.

 

 

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Battle Hill, Wallsend In Photos

The Changing Face Of Battle Hill Battle Hill in Wallsend has undergone massive changes in the last few years, with the demolition of the old shopping centre (as shown in the slideshow) and the building of a brand new shopping center situated on the opposite side of Battle Hill Drive, where the old Battle Hill flats once stood. We start …

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Holy Cross, Wallsend

On the north end of the Burn Closes Bridge in Wallsend lies Holy Cross which houses the ruins of one of the United Kingdom’s oldest medieval churches. The Holy Cross medieval church ruins & graveyard stand at the Apex of Wallsend above the Wallsend Burn and aptly sit at the rear of the current Holy Cross Cemetery and less …

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Howdon & Willington Quay, Wallsend – Photos

Howdon & Willington Quay are housing areas in Wallsend starting from the eastern side of churchill street in between the coast road and the river Tyne towards the A19 & the Tyne Tunnel in East Howdon. Apart from the train crossing Howdon is separated from Willington Quay by Howdon Park, which features, bowling greens, and children’s play areas as well as the council …

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Richardson Dees Park, Wallsend In Photos

Richardson Dees Park lies to North of Wallsend town centre and includes a state of the art multi-age play area, quiet woodland walks, formal planting, sports facilities and vibrant natural habitat including a lake, tennis courts, bowling greens, outdoor gym & woodland pathways. The park has been undergoing a Heritage Lottery and Big Lottery Funded ‘Wallsend Parks …

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St Peters Parish Church, Wallsend In Photos

St. Peter’s Parish Church in Wallsend replaced the ancient and medieval church of Holy Cross which stands in ruin at the top of the Wallsend burn. The church was restored in the 1890′s and its churchyard is home to many 19th Century headstones. Placed just off the junction to Burn Closes Bridge and High St …

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Wallsend Dene

Wallsend Dene & Waggonway

One of the largest and most diverse local conservation resources, Wallsend Dene & Waggonway is an important wildlife corridor linking the river Tyne to the heart of the borough of North Tyneside. Wallsend Dene was designated as a local Nature Reserve in 2005 an is also a site of Nature conservation interest. The reserve is a mosaic …

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Wallsend Schools – Photo Album

This album aims to show pictures, past & present of Wallsend Schools More pictures to be added soon – hover over picture for description and click to view larger image If you have any vintage pictures of Wallsend schools you would like to share please don’t hesitate to send them to us.

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Wallsend Fireworks Display Is Hailed A Success

  The annual fireworks display at the Roman fort of Segedunum has been hailed as a great success by many of the crowds of people who turn out each year for this hugely successful  fireworks display. Those who organise the events can rightly feel proud with their efforts which has left us all looking forward to the 2013 fireworks display …

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