[Title Bar]

England Travels: Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Back to Thumbnail Gallery    Click the arrow icons to view the previous or next picture. Alternatively, press the left or right arrow keys.

To scroll horizontally for panoramic pictures, either click on the horizontal scrollbar, or hit <shift>-<tab> to toggle focus off of the main window, and then the arrow keys will work as usual.

Hitting the <tab> key then returns focus to the main window and the left and right arrow keys will perform as described above.

<prev next>


A picture of the Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas. It was almost 3pm. We needed to get to the B&B somewhere between 4-6pm (30-45 minutes away). I had also learned that owing to a misunderstanding, instead of spending the next day exploring the 80 miles and various museums associated with Hadrian's Wall, the plan was to do that today, which, given the time would be about a good 30 minutes to do that (depending on traffic). Fortunately, flexibility is a key to traveling and I was enjoying exploring Newcastle, and always wind up making plans for way more than I can do or see (so there are always options for substitutions if something on the list is unavailable). So I wasn't particularly worried about the what time it was.


This page last modified May 05, 2018.
RSS Feed