A postcard sent to me a while ago of of St Bede's tennis players at there Belsfield pavilion in 1954

An early 1900s scan of a postcard sent to me by a Ebay postcard seller. This is St Aloysius church with part of the old School in background.

There was an explosion at the Powerhouse & this is the result of it. Thanks to Gordon Bates again for the photo

Eddie Gregg sent this 1930 photo of Mr Gregg outside his home at Pearson Place. Mr Gregg was a member of Palmer's Prize Band

David Langland's who's mother was a Fionda sent this photo of his Aunty Peggy at the bottom of Price St, age abt 15 in 1939 & ready for Tennis.

Another view inside the Power House buildings in the early 1900s.Maybe an electrician will recognise what this building was for?

Power Station's need the steam to be cooled so this was Hebburn's 'Cooling Tower' in the early 1900s. You can just see people on the photo.

Another photo of Hebburn Power station in the early 1900s.

Another scan of a postcard generously sent to me by an Ebay postcard seller. This one was sent in 1923.

Irene Gray loaned this one of Princess Anne in Jarrow to open Palmer's Memorial Hospital in 1987

Patrick Brennan sent photo of the Dickison's who lived in Beaumont Tce which is still there today. Tom Dickison was a top runner.

An early 1900s postcard of St Paul's Church, Jarrow standing beside the river Don.