From the area close to the Wearmouth bridge to the National Glass Centre along the riverside promenade are several pieces of artwork. To remind you of the various shipyards along The River Wear and for which Sunderland was famous for. A "rivet" set into the path symbolising the rivetting together of the ships and nuts and bolts. A view of the Wearmouth bridge and the rail bridge taken from the south side of the river near to Whylam Wharf.