Shields Road, Byker


Shields road during the early 20th century during the winter months. The 103 Tram at the front of the painting was painted from a reference of a preserved tram, and is potentially an Class F Tram. While this class of Tram was classed a single deck Tram, they were rebuilt in 1903 as open top cars.

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