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Aal Aboot Gateshead Book100% SSL Secure
What's the craic with Gateshead?
'Aal Aboot Gateshead' explores the history of Newcastle's sometimes-neighbour , sometimes-nemesis.
Quirky design meets modern typography in this pocket-sized page-turner.
Aal Aboot Gateshead by David Simpson explores the borough’s history from Roman times to the present, through its suburbs, streets, buildings and characters of note. Discover Gateshead’s origins as ‘the head of the goat’ and explore the Tyne from Blaydon to Bill Quay and the little rivers of the Team and Derwent. Find out about Friar’s Goose, the Windmill Hills, Shipcote, Shipley, Saltwell and Gibside and admire the famous modern icons of the Angel, The Sage, BALTIC and the Millennium Bridge.
• 64 Pages
• Dimensions: 12.3 x 0.5 x 16.5 cm
• Written by David Simpson and published by My World Publishing.