Stan Newman kindly sent this photo of Hawthorn Leslies apprentices having a bit 'carry on' in there lunch break during WW2.

Eric Flack sent this old photo of Hebburn Scouts in 1918. Anyone recognise a relative?

This shows how older generations were content just sitting outside. Eric Flack's aunt's Minnie & Anne in Blindburn St in the 1930's

Marion & George Coyne outside St Aloysius in Bell St in the 60's. Part of long demolished Coquet St can be seen behind them.

Another Aloysius wedding with a bit more of Coquet St in view. Marion Coyne sent this one taken in the 60's.

Pat Firth on her bike in Bewick St 1950's. Maggie O'Rourkes fish shop is on the right & Aloysius school at the top of photo

Pat Firth outside her parents shop on the corner of William St/Bewick St in the 60's. We all called the shop 'Frankie Firths'

Pat Firth let me copy this photo of the local kids who lived near her parents shop in Bewick/William St area on Coronation day 1953

Bygate St nursery in the 1950's.

Bygate St Nursery in the 1950's. Does anyone recognise themselves?

St Andrews in 1975. The last block of shops to be demolished can be seen on the left, as can the 'Pro club'

The bottom of Tennants Field with the old Gear Works & Prince Consort Rd in view. Thanks to Pat Firth for photo taken possibly in the 1960's.

Wallsend Ferry Landing with unknow Supertanker on the stocks abt 1975.