The entrance to Tyne Dock shrouded by heavy fog.
Tyne Dock in South Shields is part of The Port of Tyne, and it is the major logistics facility in the north of England acting as a hub accepting imports and sending exports to the rest of the world. It is from here that Nissan services its plant at Washington and sends its new cars to continental Europe. In the late 1700s and early 1800s this area was alive with wooden hulled ships, stevedores and lighters.
Well, it's Sunday now and I hope to be able to test my graphics card in someone else's desktop so that I might be able to rule out a motherboard fault, I hope it is just the video card giving up, at least it will be quick, easy, and relatively cheap to replace. I have one more picture loaded for tomorrow and don't fancy having to edit some on my laptop after that, just not sure if they'll look good at all (its screen isn't calibrated.) In fact this picture looks all washed out on this screen, hope it looks a little better on yours.
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Read my views in Curly's Corner Shop, to find out a little more about my home town South Shields.
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