Thanks to Paul Caizley of Hebburn for a lot of photos on this page inc this one. This is a nice early 1900's view of Albert Rd.

A nice drawing of the first vessel to use the new Jarrow Graving Dock in 1888. What boat was it?

A lovely hand tinted postcard of the fountain in Jarrow Park in 1907 kindly donated by Paul Caizley.

A 1915 photo from the Chronicle Archives donated by Ray Marshall the editor of 'Remember When'

Another from Paul Caizley showing the lake in the Park, with Victoria Tce to left, then Wansbeck Rd. The houses to right are Beaumont Tce built 1903.

Another Paul Caizley photo of Jarrow lake. In the 50's this was a paddling pool. These postcards are hand tinted.

Another Paul Caizley postcard of Ormonde St in 1909.

Another old photo from 'Remember When' editor Ray Marshal showing Jarrow Palmers. Anyone know the year this was taken?

Paul Caizley again. This time a 1955 photo showing Park Rd, Jarrow looking towards the Park.

Paul Caizley photo taken in 1929 looking out of Jarrow Park towards Jarrow town centre

This is another from Ray Marshall at the Evening Chronicle. Ray like a lot of other generous people has helped this website tremendously.

Paul sent this old photo of 'St Paul's' but I don't know the date. I think it's early 1900's but no doubt a Jarrow 'expert' can let me know.

Paul Caizley photo of a very familiar 'Shields Pier' early in the 1900's. Ferries came alongside that landing to carry passengers across the river