On a very cold day in February, it was warmer below ground than walking the streets around the Ouseburn basin. The hard hat and torch made the experience most exciting. The guide (Mel?) gave us fascinating facts and historical homilies about this most unique Tyneside treasure. It is great that local volunteers, with such depth of knowledge, are willing to share their expertise and enthusiasm. Anyone with an interest in social history, engineering, second world war defenses of the history pf our city would especially love the trip. The 20% reduction in food costs at the Cluny and Farm cafe were a bonus.
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