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Industrial 
The banks of the River Tyne were once humming with industry. Ships came up the river to load coal at Dunston. Now the abandoned skeleton of the coal staithes is a memorial to the riverís industrial past. 
Most of the giant cranes have been dismantled in recent years but there are memories and remnants of the past adjacent to continuing industry in the docks of Wallsend and North Shields. 

The busy port of Malaga has provided similar inspiration in the strong geometric structures of cranes and silos.










The Wills Building, Newcastle

The Baltic, Gateshead

Pipescape, Wallsend

Torness Power Station from the A1

Across the River to Port of Tyne

Boat Repairs, Arbroath

Composition of Cranes

Malaga Port Cranes

Dunston Staithes V

Construction, Queensferry Crossing

Middlehaven Abstracted

Silos abstracted

Queensferry Crossing

The Bonga, triptych

Port of Tyne Cranes

Dunston Staiths South Side

Dunston Staiths North Side

Crossing the Humber II (sold)

Crossing the Humber

Tugs moored at Ouseburn

The Bonga Stern

The Bonga (Mid-Ship)

Malaga Port 1

The Bonga (Foreward section)

Redcar Steel (sold)

Tyneside Cranes

Tugboats at Moorings

Port of TyneDock

Port of Tyne Containers

Port of Tyne Cranes
   
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