Twenty Geordie icons have been immortalised on Newcastle's Quayside.
Plaques to North East heroes including Sir Bobby Robson, Alan Shearer, Brendan Foster and Lindisfarne have today been unveiled beside the Gateshead Millennium Bridge.
The icons were chosen by the public for inclusion in the Walk of Fame, which was the idea of the Newcastle Gateshead Initiative.
Also in the 20 were Sting, Robson Green, Cardinal Basil Hume, Kathryn Tickell and Dame Margaret Barbour.
The unveiling of the bronze plaques was attended by many of those honoured, and Sir Bobby’s widow Lady Elsie Robson.
She said: “I am proud that Bob has been honoured as part of NewcastleGateshead Local Heroes.
“To have his achievements, both in football and through the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation, commemorated and remembered in this way is wonderful.
“That he was nominated by the public for the honour is even more touching.”