I’ve not done too much lingering by windows lately, but a railway station is often a place for hanging about. Usually I arrive at Newcastle-upon-Tyne by bus, so the recent improvements, blocking out those draughty spaces, have crept up on me. But I like them. A lot!
And from inside the impact is even more dramatic.
Like most cities, Newcastle has its share of windows, in all shapes and sizes. I was meeting a friend for coffee and we stopped to admire The Gate- a cinema and restaurant complex.
Not exactly a window, but you can definitely see through it. Then Waterstones upstairs cafe delighted me. A cafe in a bookshop- perfection! But I did have to wonder about this window.
The Danish pastries were very nice though. Quite a few people have asked about the green glass structure so I’m belatedly including a link with information on the sculptures in Newcastle.
Got to see which windows Dawn has been lingering by this week. Click this link and come too?