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Located in the Discovery Museum in the heart of Newcastle, Tyne & Wear Archives is home to thousands of documents, housed on 14km of shelving, relating to the five local districts of Newcastle, Sunderland, Gateshead, North Tyneside and South Tyneside.Read the full story..
Eight million tonnes of plastic end up in the world’s oceans every year. If these trends continue, our oceans could contain more plastic than fish by 2050.Read the full story..
Manchester, a city which likes to tell itself it has always led the laggards elsewhere, was building municipal housing long before the introduction of the Addison Act in 1919.Read the full story..
It’s hard to believe that the end of the year is fast approaching.Read the full story..
Northern Soul’s North Yorkshire Photographer, Paul Hunter, shares a gallery of striking images capturing the sights and colours across the region during the winter months including Scarth Nick, Cleveland Hills, Ingleby Arncliffe and Cod Beck lake, a now unused reservoir near Osmotherley.Read the full story..
In 1973, June Street in Salford was an archetypal northern terraced street used for exterior shots on Coronation Street.Read the full story..
We love a good ginnel at Northern Soul. But, depending on where you’re from, there are all sorts of words for what essentially amounts to an alleyway, including jennel, snicket, vennel, gennel, jitty and jetty.Read the full story..
Northern Soul’s North Yorkshire Photographer, Paul Hunter, shares a gallery of striking images capturing the sights and colours across the region during the autumn months.Read the full story..
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