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Cullercoats by Lyn Marshall


Cullercoats by Lyn Marshall

This fascinating collection of more than 180 archive photographs traces some of the many ways in which Cullercoats has changed and developed over the last hundred years. All aspects of everyday life are recorded here, from shops and businesses, churches and schools, to images of work and leisure, day trips and days off. The landscapes and landmarks of the town and its surrounding areas are captured in this valuable historical record of life in the region as it used to be.

About the Author

Ray Marshall is a journalist and best-selling author. He works for the Newcastle Evening Chronicle, compiling their Remember When section. His previous books include Newcastle City Centre (2007), Newcastle West End (2006) and Newcastle East End (2005).

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Publication date

30th October 2007


Lyn Marshall

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The History Press Ltd


128 pages


Local history



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