• Cycling July 2015: A journey between North and South Tyneside and their Roman Forts


Cycling July 2015: A journey between North and South Tyneside and their Roman Forts


Local history bike tour/ride between school and the Roman forts either sides of the river!

On the 7th of July 14 Year 10 students will cycle north and south Tyneside taking in the at least 14 places of historical interest.

There initial preparation and research will take place here along with presentation of their findings on the ride.

Another aim is for the students to produce a guide book detailing the history and the cycling route. Alink to this will be posted upon its completion.Any feedback/suggestions from the Co-Curate community will be welcomed.

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Arbeia Roman Fort

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Shane Larmouth
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Replica Sundial, Arbeia Roman Fort, South Shields

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Shane Larmouth
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North Pier, Tynemouth

source Pinned by
James Affleck
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Underneath the pier

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James Affleck
from Sunderland Public Libraries (flickr)
North Pier Lighthouse 1903

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James Affleck
  from James Affleck (Co-Curate Page)
Tynemouth Pier and Lighthouse
- Overview Map Street View Work on the North Pier in Tynemouth began in 1854 and on the South Pier (in South Shields) in 1856. Both piers were originally constructed in ...

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  • Simon Cotterill on June 25, 2015, 8:52 p.m.

    James - good to see the pics of Tynmouth North Pier - wish you were allowed to cycle down it!!! Simon (Co-Curate Team)

  • Simon Cotterill on July 7, 2015, 8:16 a.m.

    All the best for todays cycle tour - hope the rain holds off!

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