Read About the Teessider That Walked The Narrow Beam High Above the Tees

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'“Heavens above, what nerve! But what on earth is he doing that for?” exclaimed a spectator, craning his neck at the human fly high up above the murky river.'
Paul Menzies tells us about the day all eyes were on one man walking the tightrope like narrow beam high above the Tees. Nicknamed the Teesside Blondin after the world-famous 19th century French tightrope walker and acrobat.
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