I had to just include these places as I have heard about each of them but I have never visited them. Cullercoats is definitely on the coast and during any hot period is a convoy of cars in each direction along the coast road. Cute, scruffy dogs are the necessary accompanment to very tattooed guys and gals promanarding their way to the beach. I think the queue to the fish and chip was the most impressive sight of the morning. This one is no exception. Every one has a queue like this or longer and its only 1130.
Next is Tynemouth with the ruins of another priory high on the cliffs between its two beaches.
Then a walk around the headland leads to North Shields which looks across the Tyne to South Shields.
I like this architect’s house and office with windows designed for a Ford Transit.
Now the ferry to South Shields and images of Newcastle, only cause I never been there. Am impressed.
So, home tomorrow via the Yorkshire National Park. Should be good.