The primary episode of the third collection of ‘The Structure the Railways Constructed’ with Tim Dunn airs tonight on Yesterday, and sees Tim discover the historical past of the Excessive Stage Bridge in Newcastle.
The Grade I construction was opened in 1849 and was designed by Robert Stephenson. The episode sees Tim achieve entry to find the historical past and design of the construction.
Tim Dunn may even make a go to to the Victorian water tower at Newcastle station.
The Structure the Railways Constructed’s first episode of its third collection will air tonight, thirteenth September, at 20:00 on the Yesterday Channel.
Paul Rutter, Route Director for Community Rail’s East Coast route, stated: “Excessive Stage Bridge is actually iconic and has an interesting historical past. It was nice to have Tim on website and we sit up for viewers discovering out extra about this a lot beloved landmark.”
Tim Dunn, Presenter, stated: “We most likely might have made a complete collection concerning the historic railway structure and engineering heritage of Newcastle! However the degree of entry we get to landmarks like Central Station and the Excessive Stage Bridge for this episode is admittedly distinctive and it’s an absolute privilege for us to shine a light-weight on a few of these wonderful locations and buildings like by no means earlier than. I can’t thank Community Rail sufficient – the monitor stroll on the highest degree of the Excessive Stage Bridge is one thing I shall always remember!”
David Horne, Managing Director at LNER, stated: “We’re happy with the cities, cities and communities we serve. It’s incredible that the historical past of LNER’s Newcastle Central Station, a landmark that could be a focus for the local people is being recognised on this means, and the story of its heritage shared with many individuals past town. Tim has an exquisite means of bringing to life the wealthy historical past of the railway and making it related to individuals now, and we glance ahead very a lot to seeing this on television screens quickly.”
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