The Lost Industries of Tyneside

From railway engineering to shipbuilding, from iron and steel to rope making, and from pottery to glassworks, for many years the banks of the River Tyne steamed, smoked, clanged, banged and bustled with industries of all kinds.

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In January, Alan Morgan, Heaton History Group Honorary President and one of the authors of Newcastle Libraries’ book, ‘Lost Industries of the Tyne’ will take us on a tour of the riverbank of yesteryear and remind us of the industries that helped make Newcastle great – and the thousands of people who worked in dirty and often dangerous occupations.

The  talk will take place on Wednesday 24 January 2018 at The Corner House, Heaton Road NE6 5RP at 7.30pm (Doors open at 7.00pm. You are advised to take your seat by 7.15pm). Please book your place by contacting maria@heatonhistorygroup.org / 07443 594154. Until 26 )ctber booking will be open to Heaton History Group members only.

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