The famous Tyne bridge is a great steel bridge, marking the historical period of the early Tyne River Bridge. In 1928, King George V and the queen announced that the bridge was officially completed and opened to traffic. It is also the tenth tallest building in Newcastle. The bridge is the symbol of Newcastle and is printed on many T-shirts.
Tyne bridge is one of the landmarks of Newcastle and one of the most spectacular bridges in northern England. In almost all photography works related to Newcastle, the bridge is a very important “role”, and it is also an important traffic bridge connecting the city and the Gateshead area on the south bank. In 1928, it was opened by King George V of England.