Lynn Foy photo showing her Grandfather T Halkin outside McMurchie's the Cobblers 'down the Quay'. Mr Halkin helped cobble shoes for Mr McMurchie

Lynn's photo from her families old photo collection showing the 'Co-op womens guild in the early 1950s.

Another from Lynn showing grandad Tommy Halker at work in Leslies 1940s/50s.

Lynn thinks this presentation could possibly be for a Darts tournament which grandad Tommy Halker took part in 1940s/50s

Lynn's photo of Hebburn men outside the Gasworker's Social Club 42 Lyon St which was opposite the Pit wall (Where Leslies stockyard was)

Lynn's grandad Tommy Halker was a Crane Driver in Leslies. Here he is in the 50s operating his Crane which ran on rail lines

Leslies long service awards 1970 when Tommy Halkin received his award. Those shipyard men would have worked on our British Warships during WW2.

Another photo of Leslies men in the 1940s/50s

John Black's photo of RW Transmissions formerly the Reay Gear Works taken from the Lamport St entrance just before it was demolished.

This one is RWT from Prince Consort Rd. Most people will remember this factory as the Reay Gear Works. The Site is now a Housing Estate

John Black's photo showing some of the workers in RW Transmissions in the late 1960s standing around the Marking Off Bench.

This photo from J Black was taken inside RW Transmissions not long before it closed. RWT made gearwheels & gearboxes for industry.