Penshaw Monument No ratings yet.

Penshaw Monument, Sunderland, England. Firstly, from Sunderland City Centre, follow the River Wear upstream for five miles and discover Penshaw Monument. Indeed, this old folly is the North East’s biggest and best loved landmarks. Penshaw Monument has symbolised and represented the North East for over 150 years and will continue… Continue reading

Empire Theatre No ratings yet.

Sunderland Empire Theatre Also, with all standing room, its capacity can go over 2,250. The Empire Theatre in Sunderland once had the name Empire Palace. Indeed, it is one of the last of its kind with 4 tiers and very grand it looks too. In effect, the theatre is a… Continue reading

Hylton Castle No ratings yet.

Hylton Castle Furthermore, it is easy to find as there is a large housing estate adjacent, aptly catted Hylton Castle Estate. To begin with, the original castle was a wooden construction from a time just after the Norman Conquest in 1066. In essence, it was for an influential family with… Continue reading

Mysteries No ratings yet.

Wearside Mysteries Of course, this page is concentrating on a few Wearside Mysteries. Obviously, if you have any stories from our area which have no real explanations, consider writing a post. Obviously, click the link at the top of any page. Wearside Mysteries – UFO’s To begin with, UFO’s were… Continue reading