Views of region... they're the business.
WHEN we asked whether you have the best office view in the North East, we weren't exactly sure what we would get.
Despite being in the middle of Newcastle, our own window at Journal business offers views only of fire escapes and the back of an old office block on Collingwood Street.
But our appeal for more pleasant vistas paid off, with dozens of photos being sent in of views so pleasant that it must be hard to get a decent day's work done.
Many of the best pictures took in the collection of bridges over the Tyne, with views from the offices of accountancy firm PwC, technology company Omlis and the Live Theatre showing off different aspects of the city centre.
But there was also a collection of shots throughout the seasons from The Works at Chester-le-Street, PR firm Harvey and Hugo's view over the train station at Darlington and a magnificent view down the Tyne from Newcastle's east end from the offices of Karol Marketing. To see more office views, go to www.chroniclelive.co.uk/business where there is a gallery of some of the best pictures sent to us.
Something slightly more rural from <B The Works at Chester-le-Street
Omlis looks out <Bonto the Tyne Bridge
Live Theatre's view out <Balong the backstreets of the Quayside
PR firm Harvey and Hugo's offices look <Bover Darlington's historic railway station
You can see all of <B Newcastle's major bridges from PwC's Newcastle branch