158 views, 5 favourites, 26 November 2012
Taken leaning out of one of our bedroom windows, this is a typical South Tyneside street. The trees were planted a three decades ago, when the coal mine which lies underneath it was closed and the railway embankment, which transported coal to the docks, was removed and new houses built in its place. This shot shows the older houses on the other side of the street.
Location: South Shields, Tyne and Wear, England, UK. Camera details:- Canon PowerShot S3 IS, Auto setting
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