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Photos of North Blyth, Northumberland -
Northumberland is not all dramatic coast and countryside views - South East Northumberland has industrial areas, although little heavy industry remains unlike the past when it was dominated by coal mining.
These photos are of the River Blyth which is still a busy port, although a shadow of it's former self when ship building, repair and dismantling, along with coal exports were major heavy industires.
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Wind Turbines along Blyth East Pier.
The two turbines in the North Sea - static as usual.
A ship offloading aluminium ore at the Alcan Ore Terminal.
View along the old coal staithes.
Two more views along the River Blyth from the old staithes.
Another view to the club and houses beside the former ferry landing.
View up river to the coal loading area at the former
View of the old ferry ramp that can just be seen in
front of the new warehouses
Another view down the River Blyth.
A boat tied up at the roll-on roll-off cargo terminal.