Whitley Bay: Past and Present
Whitley Bay is steeped in history. It started as a sleepy village and progressed to a popular seaside resort, which at its peak saw train loads of people flocking to the town for their holidays.
But time waits for no man, nor town, and toward the end of the last century, Whitley Bay sadly became known more for the buildings it was losing to mass demolition schemes than the wonderful seaside place it used to be.
In his second book on the town, local journalist, editor and author John Alexander shows Whitley Bay from its early days, right to the present. You will be amazed at what we have lost over the years to so-called modernisation.
You will be amazed at what we have lost over the years to so-called modernisation.
With over 400 pictures, Whitley Bay, Past And Present is sure to be a book you will treasure and hand down through the family.
About the Author
John Alexander was born early April 1962, in Newcastle uponTyne.The youngest of three boys and one girl, John was quick to find an interest in television, film and radio while growing up in the 1970s.
After numerous jobs and a successful spell in further education, John finally found his place in the media. John is also the founder and editor of New Magazine, available in the North East.
He has several books to his credit and has written for The Journal, Evening Chronicle and Sunday Sun, as well as contributing to publications both nationally and on the internet.
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