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Tyne And Wear Collection

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Esperanza Spalding, 2013. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Esperanza Spalding, 2013. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Esperanza Spalding with the Spring Quartet, Jack DeJohnette, Joe Lovano, Leo Geovese, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 2014

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Robert Cray, 2008. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Robert Cray, 2008. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Robert Cray Band, Sage Theatre, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 15 July 2008

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: South Shields - All The Fun Of The Fair. 1895

South Shields - All The Fun Of The Fair. 1895. From Round the Coast. [George Newnes Limited, London, 1895]

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Millennium Bridge and Baltic Art Gallery, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear

Millennium Bridge and Baltic Art Gallery, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear. New buildings in the redeveloped Gateshead Quays. The bridge

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Herbie Hancock, 2008. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Herbie Hancock, 2008. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Herbie Hancock Sextet with Lionel Loueke, Sage Theatre, Gateshead, November 2008

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Sunderland - Looking Up the River from the Bridge, 1895

Sunderland - Looking Up the River from the Bridge, 1895. From Round the Coast. [George Newnes Limited, London, 1895]

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: The Durham Monument, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Durham Monument, 1844. Creator: Unknown
The Durham Monument, 1844. The Penshaw Monument in Sunderland, County Durham, was built to commemorate John Lambton, 1st Earl of Durham, Governor-General of British North America

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Ceremony of laying the 'Foundation Stone'of the Durham Monument

Ceremony of laying the "Foundation Stone"of the Durham Monument
Ceremony of laying the " Foundation Stone" of the Durham Monument, on Penshaw Hill, 1844. The Penshaw Monument in Sunderland, County Durham, was built to commemorate John Lambton

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Trade Card for Mark H. Gibson, Engraver and Printer, 19th century. Creator: Anon

Trade Card for Mark H. Gibson, Engraver and Printer, 19th century. Creator: Anon
Trade Card for Mark H. Gibson, Engraver and Printer, 19th century

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Chart showing windmills as landmarks on the north-east coast of England, 1588, (1947)

Chart showing windmills as landmarks on the north-east coast of England, 1588, (1947). Places marked include Hartlepool, Easington and Sunderland

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: James Earl of Douglas Wins Sir Henry Percys Pennon... 1388, c1456, (1946). Creator: Unknown

James Earl of Douglas Wins Sir Henry Percys Pennon... 1388, c1456, (1946). Creator: Unknown
James Earl of Douglas Wins Sir Henry Percys Pennon During the Fight Before Newcastle, 1388, c1456, (1946). The Battle of Otterburn took place in Northumberland in August 1388

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: North and South Shields, 1898. Creator: Unknown

North and South Shields, 1898. Creator: Unknown
North and South Shields, 1898. Coastal town in the North East of England at the mouth of the River Tyne, in 1870, work began to construct a fish quay to shelter docked fishing boats

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Grey Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne, c1890. Creator: Unknown

Grey Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne, c1890. Creator: Unknown
Grey Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne, c1890. From " Cassells History of England - Special Edition, Vol. V." [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, c1890]

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Tynemouth, early 19th century, (1930). Creator: JMW Turner

Tynemouth, early 19th century, (1930). Creator: JMW Turner
Tynemouth, early 19th century, (1930). People clinging to wreckage in rough seas as a ship founders off the coast of north-east England. From " The Connoisseur", Volume 86, edited by C

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: The Quay, North Shields, 1928. Creator: F Robson

The Quay, North Shields, 1928. Creator: F Robson
The Quay, North Shields, 1928. Buildings on the quayside in the port of North Shields, Tyneside. From " The Bookman - Special Christmas Number 1928". [Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, London, 1928]

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Low Light, North Shields, c1896. Artist: M Aunty

Low Light, North Shields, c1896. Artist: M Aunty
Low Light, North Shields, c1896. From Pictorial England and Wales. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, c1896]

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Sunderland, c1896. Artist: Poulton & Co

Sunderland, c1896. Artist: Poulton & Co
Sunderland, c1896. From Pictorial England and Wales. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, c1896]

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Tynemouth, 1845, Tyne & Wear. Artist: Sir John Gilbert

Tynemouth, 1845, Tyne & Wear. Artist: Sir John Gilbert
Tynemouth, 1845, Tyne & Wear; view of a ruined church or abbey with two figures and a dog in the graveyard

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Una Dugdale, British suffragette, campaigning at the Newcastle by-election, September 1908

Una Dugdale, British suffragette, campaigning at the Newcastle by-election, September 1908. Una Dugdales (1880-1975) sisters, Joan and Daisy, were also suffragettes

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Lady Constance Lytton, British suffragette, Newcastle, 9 October 1909

Lady Constance Lytton, British suffragette, Newcastle, 9 October 1909. Lady Constance Lytton (1869-1923) before she threw a stone at Sir Walter Runcimans car

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Trade card for North of England Engraving & Printing Establisment, Gibson & co

Trade card for North of England Engraving & Printing Establisment, Gibson & co. engravers and printers, 19th century

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Boxing training at Horden Colliery gym, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, 1964. Artist

Boxing training at Horden Colliery gym, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, 1964. Artist
Boxing training at Horden Colliery gym, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, 1964. Some youths get some training in the noble art at the training gym provided by the National Coal Board at Horden Colliery

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Esperanza Spalding, 2014. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Esperanza Spalding, 2014. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Esperanza Spalding, with Jack DeJohnette, Joe Lovano, Leo Geovese, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 2014

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: A miner from Sunderland gets some ringside boxing advise, Newcastle, 1964. Artist

A miner from Sunderland gets some ringside boxing advise, Newcastle, 1964. Artist
A miner from Sunderland gets some ringside boxing advice, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, 1964. A miner from Horden Colliery receives some advice before stepping into the boxing ring in this photograph

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: After the fight, the Horden Colliery training Gym, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, 1964

After the fight, the Horden Colliery training Gym, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, 1964. A boxer receiving a post-fight massage

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: The boxer, a Sunderland miner, 1964. Artist: Michael Walters

The boxer, a Sunderland miner, 1964. Artist: Michael Walters
The boxer, a Sunderland miner, 1964. The boxer in this photograph taken for the Notional Coal Board was a miner from Horden Colliery, just south of Sunderland

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Miners socialising at the miners welfare club, Horden Colliery, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, 1964

Miners socialising at the miners welfare club, Horden Colliery, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, 1964. Miners old and young playing dominoes

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Table Rocks, Whitley Bay, 1907. Artist: Photochrom Co Ltd of London

Table Rocks, Whitley Bay, 1907. Artist: Photochrom Co Ltd of London
Table Rocks, Whitley Bay, 1907. Image printed with Ullmans inks. From The British Printer Vol. XX. [Raithby, Lawrence & Co. Ltd, London and Leicester, 1907]

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: The Mouth of the Tyne, 1902

The Mouth of the Tyne, 1902. From Rivers of Great Britain: Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial. [Cassell and Company, Ltd. London, 1902]

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Low Light, North Shields, c1900. Artist: M Aunty

Low Light, North Shields, c1900. Artist: M Aunty
Low Light, North Shields, c1900.From Sights and Scenes in England and Wales. [Cassell and Company Ltd. c1900]

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: King George V and Queen Mary at a Sunderland shipyard during World War I, June 15th, 1917, (1935)

King George V and Queen Mary at a Sunderland shipyard during World War I, June 15th, 1917, (1935). King George V (1865-1936) Queen Mary of Teck (1867-1953) at Sunderland shipyard

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Sunderland: the light house on the south pier, 1836. Artist: Edward Francis Finden

Sunderland: the light house on the south pier, 1836. Artist: Edward Francis Finden
Sunderland: the light house on the south pier, 1836. After George Balmer (1806-1846). From Ports, Harbours, Watering Places and Coast Scenery of Great Britain, by William Finden (1787-1852)

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: The royal visit to Sunderland, 1918, (1935)

The royal visit to Sunderland, 1918, (1935). King George V in conversation with a young boy. A print from King Emperors Jubilee, 1910-1935, by F G H Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Iron bridge at Sunderland, 1886

Iron bridge at Sunderland, 1886. The Wearmouth Bridge was the longest single span cast iron bridge in the world when it opened in 1796

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: View of Sunderland and the Iron Bridge looking eastwards, 1833

View of Sunderland and the Iron Bridge looking eastwards, 1833. This single span cast iron bridge over the Wear at Wearmouth, Sunderland, was opened in 1796

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Pithead at Hebburn Colliery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne area, 1860

Pithead at Hebburn Colliery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne area, 1860. The engine house (left) provides power for the winding gear (centre) which is raising baskets (corves)

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Cecil McBee, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Cecil McBee, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Cecil McBee, The Cookers, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 2015

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: George Cables, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

George Cables, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
George Cables, The Cookers, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 2015

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Branford Marsalis, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Branford Marsalis, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Branford Marsalis Quartet, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 2015

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Billy Hart, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Billy Hart, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Billy Hart, The Cookers, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 2015

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Billy Harper, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Billy Harper, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Billy Harper, The Cookers, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 2015

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Gwilym Simcock, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Gwilym Simcock, 2015. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Gwilym Simcock, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 2015

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: David Sanborne, 2014. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

David Sanborne, 2014. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
David Sanborne, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 2014

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: John Scofield, 2014. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

John Scofield, 2014. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
John Scofield, Gateshead International Jazz Festival, 2014

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Dave O Higgins and Darius Brubeck, 2010. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Dave O Higgins and Darius Brubeck, 2010. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Dave O Higgins-Darius Brubeck, The Brubecks Play Brubeck, The Sage Gateshead, 2010

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Dave O Higgins, 2010. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Dave O Higgins, 2010. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Dave O Higgins, The Brubecks Play Brubeck, The Sage Gateshead, 2010

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Chris Brubeck, 2010. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Chris Brubeck, 2010. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Chris Brubeck, The Brubecks Play Brubeck, The Sage Gateshead, 2010

Background imageTyne And Wear Collection: Darius Brubeck, 2010. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth

Darius Brubeck, 2010. Artist: Alan John Ainsworth
Darius Brubeck, The Brubecks Play Brubeck, The Sage Gateshead, 2010



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