From Hadrian's Wall to the industrial revolution, from urban desolation to creative regeneration, from wonderful bridges to underground wonders, Ouseburn has a fascinating heritage that gives the valley a unique and treasured character.
The Victoria Tunnel is a preserved 19th century waggonway under the city built by the Victorians to carry coal and re-used as an air raid shelter during World War 2.Read more
The Ouseburn Trust holds 3 collections of photographs.Read more
A programme of summer walks as well as self-guided walks to explore the heritage of the Ouseburn Valley.Read more
Research and recollections of life in the Ouseburn ValleyRead more
We are exploring the opportunity to develop a heritage centre and open air community space at 26 Lime Street, including the slipway and Motor Boat ClubRead more