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About chaddersatlarge

Retired early and making the best of it. I like walking, photography and wildlife. I am also interested in local history and beer drinking.

SUNDERLAND TO PENSHAW MONUMENT

(As per usual, you should be able to click on the picture to make it much bigger and right click to copy it if you want it for your own use) It was the bus and then the Metro to … Continue reading

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NEWCASTLE TO NORTH SHIELDS

(Left click a photo to make it much bigger and right click to copy if you wish) We met at the Quayside bar on what turned out to be a breezy, but mostly sunny day. The bar is opposite the … Continue reading

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Xmas walk 2013

This annual walk seems to come around quicker and quicker each year! The group met up in Whitley Bay and walked along the promenade to Cullercoats. The weather was OK and the forecast rain had not arrived. Cullercoats is always … Continue reading

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AUTUMNAL TREES AND RED KITES

Today was a shorter walk due to the nights drawing in and winter taking its icy grip. Strange thing was, it was a mild day and looked like Autumn with lots of leaves still on the trees as we left … Continue reading

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GILLING WEST CIRCULAR

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GILLING WEST CIRCULAR 25TH JUNE 2013 Please left click on all pictures to get the full size and quality – Thanks Chadders! The walk began in the village of Gilling West and there is ample parking…

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GILLING WEST CIRCULAR

GILLING WEST CIRCULAR 25TH JUNE 2013 Please left click on all pictures to get the full size and quality – Thanks Chadders! The walk began in the village of Gilling West and there is ample parking near the church. The … Continue reading

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Sunderland to South Shields

(Please left click on pictures for much larger versions!) The walk for me started with a long Metro journey from the coast, inland and then back out to the sea again. Tyneside is so lucky to have this system, as … Continue reading

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