Tyne pedestrian and cyclist tunnels :: Shared Description

The pedestrian and cyclist tunnels beneath the River Tyne opened in 1951. They connect Jarrow on the south side of the river with Howdon on the north. There are two parallel tunnels, one for pedestrians and one for cyclists. The tunnels are Grade II listed.

More information about the tunnels can be found on their dedicated website: LinkExternal link
by Malc McDonald
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NZ3265 : Tunnel entrance building, Jarrow by Malc McDonald
NZ3265 : Lift entrance, Jarrow by Malc McDonald
NZ3266 : Tyne pedestrian and cycle tunnel by Malc McDonald

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Created: Sun, 22 Sep 2019, Updated: Sun, 22 Sep 2019

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