John Scanlon and Jarrow & Hebburn History Society kindly loaned me these photos (enough for 3 pages)This one is Aloysius girls in 1936.

Newtown School 7 yr old boys in 1937. Young Dutton ended up as a Doctor in Paralimni, Cyprus. Recognise anyone?

Hawthorn Leslies footballers in 1946/47 on there own sportsfield which is now a Housing Estate.

We think this is a Fir Street Backyard which was in Hebburn Colliery.

Hebburn CIU footballers with a famous footballer acting as referee, Hughie Gallagher

This has been verified as 'Chapel Row' at the Colliery & is a lovely old photo probably taken early in the 1900's.

Fir Street, Hebburn Colliery

High Lane Row with road bridge leading to Black Lane (now Black Rd).

The rear of High Lane Row. That bridge was for coal lines & over the front was the road bridge as in other photo.

This photo shows James St on the right which was demolished & the new houses became Prince Consort Rd & extended towards the river.

This is how our families lived years ago. No inside toilets, no TV or radio, no hot water, no Central Heating, no electricity.

Taken from the original photo a lovely view looking towards Jarrow. Don Scott says this isn't Redhead Tce but 'Quality Row'