Description"Cruddas Park NZ2363 : Cruddas Park was named after George Cruddas who was a Director of the Armstrong armament works on Scotswood Road and lived nearby in Dene House. The high rises of Cruddas Park were part of T. Dan Smith's 1960's development, 'City in the Sky', famously used in the BBC series, 'Our Friends in the North'... There is an aerial photo taken just after completion of Cruddas Park in 31st July 1963...The multi-million pound renovation of the blocks (to be named Riverside Dene) in 2009-2012...Cruddas Park is one of the areas featured in a Newcastle upon Tyne residential areas case study on Kay's Geography site...". Photo by Andrew Curtis, 2010, and licensed for reuse under a Creative Commons Licence.
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