Thrill seekers have found a new way of living dangerously - on the steep slopes of a seaside park. Hurtling down a bank
Thrill seekers have found a new way of living dangerously - on the steep slopes of a seaside park. Hurtling down a bank at 40 m.p.h. is the latest craze to hit South Shields. And Sunday morning skateboarding sessions are becoming a regular feature for the town's fearless few. The high risk hobby was introduced to the South Marine Park by 30-year-old John Strachan, pictured on 7th November 1976, landlord of the Stags Head public house.
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