More from Ray Marshall. This is the ladies Fire Brigade 1916. I think the Station was just behind the Town Hall close to rear Ellison St rear.

Jarrow Cemetery not long after it became one. Today in 2005 any of those trees remaining are a hundred years older & massive

Thanks to Patrick Brennan for this photo showing St Bedes Institute footballers after winning the league in 1922/23

A class of Croft Tce pupils in the 1920's.

An 'Edwardian' (1901-1910) tinted postcard of the river Don flowing past St Pauls where local Saint Bede lived his life.

An internal view taken in St Pauls Church early 1900's

A photo taken in the early 1900's showing Jarrows oldest building, St Pauls Church

Yet another tinted postcard, this time of of St Pauls Church before the first world war in 1914.

Thanks again to Patrick Brennan for this St Bedes school staff photo with relatives on it from around 1920.

Jarrow's magnificent red stone Town Hall in the early 1900's.long before the 'Clock' was installed at the front on Grange Rd.

Unemployed men marching up Monkton Tce passing Croft Tce School and Borough Rd on route to Seaham.Thanks to Vin Mullen for recognising the area.

The old Weslyan Chapel in 1904 which is long gone.Isn't it a shame seeing all these old buildings disappear?