Next to Clydeside, Tyneside was the largest shipbuilding centre in Britain and Tudor-Hart photographed men and boys at work in the fitting yards. This image was part of a commission by, but not reproduced in, the `Geographical Magazine?, perhaps because it suggested rather traditional forms of labour. However, the article was upbeat about the enterprise of the local workforce which possessed innate skill ?in engine design and mastery of tools?. As its author concluded: ?go to sea, and practically every good marine engineer you meet will be a Tynesider, if he is not a Scotsman!?