Start at the Hub, the Millennium Bridge is visible in the background, this trail is six miles along Newcastle's Quayside, three miles out and three miles back.
Hadrian's Wall walkers, Coast to Coast cyclist, often stop at the Hub's Cafe, they make this short walk feel like a long distance trail.
Lucky walkers may see the 'blinking eye' bridge blink.
The Millennium Bridge, the first of Newcastle's landmark bridges, six more bridges to go.
The Sage Music Hall, wonderful acoustics, externally looks like a knuckle duster
Under the Swing Bridge, the second movable bridge, don't miss the cities motto.
Fortiter Defendit Triumphans, Triumphing Through Brave Defence
Motto is here as well on the entrances to the Fish Market.
Along with Jupiter and the Fish Wives
Keep looking back, the view changes minute by minute
Four bridges down, three to go. Pass the Copthorne Hotel, hang a right...
Two minute off the trail is the magnificent Hanover Street
Smooth paving stones are for wooden cart wheels, cobbles allow horseshoes to get a grip.
Walk to the top and you can see the city wall.
Back on the trail to Elswick Riverside
Six information panels explain the history of this part of the River Tyne
The Quayside path finishes in a car park, the path leaves the riverside, then it is time to turn around and go back.
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