Around Newcastle & Tyneside in the 1970s e-book

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Enjoy our photographs of Newcastle and Tyneside in the 1970s!
The 180+ images, many never published before, come from the fantastic archive of the Newcastle Chronicle and Journal, and the Daily Mirror. The majority capture the life and times of Newcastle during the decade, and there are others showing wider Tyneside. Along with the text, they give a taste of what it was like to live in the region during that unique period.
Dave Morton has worked in North East journalism since 1989. Today, he writes on all things nostalgia for ncjMedia which incorporates the Newcastle Chronicle, Sunday Sun and Journal newspapers, and the ChronicleLive website.

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Enjoy our photographs of Newcastle and Tyneside in the 1970s!
The 180+ images, many never published before, come from the fantastic archive of the Newcastle Chronicle and Journal, and the Daily Mirror. The majority capture the life and times of Newcastle during the decade, and there are others showing wider Tyneside. Along with the text, they give a taste of what it was like to live in the region during that unique period.
 

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