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Marsden Rattler

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Your coach awaits.

I will return to this theme at a later date.

The Marsden Rattler is a fairly modern public house on Sea Road, South Shields facing the beach and the North Sea, it is noted for it’s two train coaches parked outside serving as a lounge and restaurant. The pub is sited on the former route of the “Marsden Rattler” railway line which was part of the Harton to Whitburn mineral route.

Amazingly I took this shot handheld at night without the aid of a tripod, the Konica Minolta Dimage Z3’s anti-shake mechanism has it’s uses!

picture, the Marsden rattler public house, South Shields



Written by curly

August 21, 2006 at 1:20 am

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  1. I remember catching hell from me Mam when I came home from sitting on the walking bridge over the rail line when the Marsden Rattler came through…..I must have just stunk of smoke, but couldn’t figure out how she knew we had been there… the time, we lived o Kelvin Grove….

    Ken Wiberg

    October 19, 2017 at 8:17 pm

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