Cycling


from Newcastle University (youtube)
County Durham Aka Cycle Meet At Durham (1939)

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
066022:Bainbridge Cycle Shop, Willington Quay (No date)

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Cycle Race in the Town Centre

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Cycle Race in the Town Centre

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from Beamish (flickr)
Group of young cyclists, possibly a cycling club at Gosforth Park, 1889

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Members of Newbrough and Fourstones Cycling Club with their penny farthings.

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Group gathered around Abbey Bridge, Barnard Castle at the annual North East Cycle Meet, 1924.

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
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from Beamish (flickr)
North Eastern Cycle Club Meet in 1909.

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from Newcastle University (youtube)
N. E. Cyclists Parade (1929)

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Fifty Years Ago - The Evolution Of Cycling (1931)

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National Bicycle Week (1923)

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PEDAL CYCLE

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Waggonways
- "In the early 1600s a Nottinghamshire businessman called Huntingdon Beaumont came to Northumberland and laid rails from collieries near Blyth to a shipping point on the coast. His waggonway used ...
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New Years Day 2010

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National Cycle Network milepost on the Stanegate

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Bamburgh Castle (14)

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from Beamish (flickr)
Bone shaker bicycle and motorised bicycle outside public house, Gainford.

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Pegswood Cycle Club, c1900

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
Cycle Race, Old Town Hall, c1950, 42796

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A BMX Park

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from Hartlepool Museum (flickr)
Penny Farthings

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from Hartlepool Museum (flickr)
Mr Robert Brown

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Image taken from page 173 of 'The Illustrated Tourists' Guide to the scenery and places of interest ... served by the North Eastern Railway Company. By J. H. Morrison'

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North Shields Men's Cycle Club

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