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.
Trustees, staff and members are working together to oversee the development and operation of heritage initiatives and related projects.Read more
The Ouseburn Trust holds three large collections of photographs with volunteers cataloguing them for easier access.Read more
A programme of summer walks as well as self-guided walks to explore the heritage of the Ouseburn Valley.Read more
Advance booking is essential for tours of the Victoria Tunnel - 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
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
Digital storytelling project and ceramic tile project in 2013.Read more