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Newcastle Upon Tyne Gallery

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Choose from 41 pictures in our Newcastle Upon Tyne collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


'James Earl of Douglas Wins Sir Henry Percys Pennon..., 1388', c1456, (1946). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

'James Earl of Douglas Wins Sir Henry Percys Pennon..., 1388', c1456, (1946). Creator: Unknown

'James Earl of Douglas Wins Sir Henry Percy's Pennon During the Fight Before Newcastle, 1388', c1456, (1946). The Battle of Otterburn took place in Northumberland in August 1388. During the fighting, the pennon of Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland - Percy is here spelled 'Persy' - was captured by James Douglas, 2nd Earl of Douglas. After an illuminated manuscript in Froissart's "Chronicles". From "Life Among the Scots", by Janet Adam Smith. [Collins, London, 1946]

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'St. Nicholas Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne', 1845. Artist: John Jackson Featured Print

'St. Nicholas Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne', 1845. Artist: John Jackson

'St. Nicholas Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne', 1845. The Cathedral Church of St Nicholas was founded in 1091, destroyed by fire in 1216 and rebuilt by 1350, in Perpendicular style. It is noted for its 15th-century lantern spire. From Old England: A Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Baronial, Municipal, and Popular Antiquities, Volume I. [Charles Knight and Co., London, 1845]

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High Level Bridge over the Tyne at Newcastle, 1849. Artist: Thomas Abiel Prior Featured Print

High Level Bridge over the Tyne at Newcastle, 1849. Artist: Thomas Abiel Prior

High Level Bridge over the Tyne at Newcastle, c1849. The High Level Bridge was built to carry the York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway over the River Tyne. It was designed by Robert Stephenson (1803-1859) and was officially opened on 28th September 1849. It consists of six spans of cast iron bowstring arches, supported on stone piers, which carry the railway 120 feet above the Tyne. The bridge has two levels, with the railway on the upper deck and a roadway on the lower.

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