An Ian Glendenning 1950's photo taken looking down Dean St with the Quayside just round the corner.

A 1920's photo from Ian showing a Shields family on the North Shields to South Shields Ferry

A 1950's view taken in Newcastle through one of the old City Gates near the Castle.Another one of Ian's photos.

A 1950 photo of Marsden Grotto at the base of the Cliffs, with the wooden staircase for the energetic & the Lift for the not so energetic.

Another poscard showing King St in the very early 1900's & taken from the Market Place looking towards Ocean Rd.

Kings St in the 1920s looking towards the old Town Hall in the Market Place.

Shields Market which is still one of todays attractions taken in the very early 1900's

Ian's 1920's photo of the Hair/Gurr family who lived in the Lawe area close to the beach. No shorts or bikinis on sunny days then!

Remember making little 'camps' with a circle of boulders on this beach south of the Pier? This was taken mid 1940's just after the War.

Ian's photo possibly taken in the 50s with the Flour Mill (Rank's) in background.

This 1920's photo of the Hair/Gurr family of South Shields enjoying the snow is so lovely it had to be included on this page.

Ian's lovely photo of a Submarine tied up on Newcastle's Quayside in the 1950s with a nice view of the Tyne & Swing bridges.