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Poster Print of Gateshead car park DP092796

Gateshead car park DP092796

Gateshead car park DP092796
Trinity Square car park, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, 11 May 2010. Digital photograph by Alun Bull (1969-). Photographed as part of a project to explore the impact of the car on buildings and places, Trinity Square car park was recorded just two months before it was demolished. Designed by the architect Rodney Gordon, the huge seven-level car park, opened in 1967, was part of a complex that included a two-storey shopping centre, indoor market, pedestrian square, children's playground and a restaurant at the very top of the car.

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Poster Print of Gateshead car park DP092796

Trinity Square car park, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, 11 May 2010. Digital photograph by Alun Bull (1969-). Photographed as part of a project to explore the impact of the car on buildings and places, Trinity Square car park was recorded just two months before it was demolished. Designed by the architect Rodney Gordon, the huge seven-level car park, opened in 1967, was part of a complex that included a two-storey shopping centre, indoor market, pedestrian square, children's playground and a restaurant at the very top of the car park. The structure became known locally as the Get Carter Car Park following its prominent role in the 1971 film Get Carter, whose director, Mike Hodges, was a friend of the architect
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Archive , Picturing England , Urban

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