Swimming and Diving


from Newcastle University (youtube)
Girl Diver (1942)

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
055606:Whickham View School Whickham View Denton Ridell 1945

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
021962:Shipcote Swimming Baths Shipcote Gateshead 1971

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062350:Tynemouth Open Air Pool c.1990s

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from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
011442:Tynemouth C. 1939

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from TWAM (flickr)
Synchronised Swimmers

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from TWAM (flickr)
The Open Air Pool

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Stanhope Pool
- Overview Map Street View Weardale Open Air Swimming Pool opened in 1974.  It is a heated open air pool and has charity status.
from Flickr (flickr)
Middlesbrough Heritage plaque - Jack Hatfield 1893 -1965 - on site of former Middlesbrough Swimming Baths.

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Whorlton Lido (closed)
- Any one remember Whorlton Lido? if so please share your memories (good or bad) in the Comments section! Whorlton Lido was a former recreation area on the banks of the ...
from Newcastle libraries (flickr)
Gosforth Park Swimming Pool, date unknown

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Table Rocks, Whitley Bay
- Overview Map Table Rocks are in Whitley Bay immediately north of Brown's Bay, near Cullercoats. Table rocks became a popular tourist attraction at the turn of the 19th/20th century. The rocks ...
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Panama Swimming Club, Whitley Bay
- Overview Map Street View The Panama Swimming Club is a popular membership-based swimming club, with its club house located on the North Promenade in Whitley Bay. The club is named ...

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