The Great North Run


The Great North Run was founded on June 28th 1981 with 12000 runners. the iconic route had 25 countrys represented and doctors assume over 11.5 million breaths are taken by the runners during the corse of the race.

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Great North Run, Newcastle upon Tyne, 28.6.81

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Great North Run, Newcastle upon Tyne 28.6.81

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041801:Great North Run Newcastle upon Tyne City Engineers 1981

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The Tyne Bridge
- "Looking towards the Tyne Bridge from Quayside. The advertising hoarding for the Bupa great north run is visible on the side of the bridge." Photo by David P Howard, 2013 ...

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Runners on the Tyne Bridge

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