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Alan Glass kindly dug this photo out of the Jarrow ATC lads off to RAF Manby for camp in 1958. Alan & his dad are on the photo.

There used to be a floating hospital anchored in the Tyne of Jarrow to isolate patients from the rest of us. This is it.

A family photo with my wife holding the milk, my son in the car, bro & sister in law aswell. BUT importantly it shows part of Salem St I'd forgotten.

Jarrow amateur footballers in the hard days of the 1930s

Another photo of the bridge that connected the Steel Works & rolling mills on Western Rd early 1900s.This pic might be better than the other one on my

Jarrow Store Hall where the Local 'Hop' was held looking grotty & ready for demolition. It is all gone now

Jarrow Grange Christ Church in 1917 while WW1 was still being fought.

Grange Rd photo taken from roughly outside the 'Regal' in 1910. In those days it was the Kino

This used to be the 'Mechanics Hall' then later the Civic Hall.

A Steam Train heading back with emty wagons through Jarrow to Wardley for more coal

Billy McKenna photo of Jarrow 'Buff's' Lodge members in Nixon St with the Ellison School as a background.

Kevin Blair sent this lovely old photo of the long gone weslyan Church . I have pics on my site already but this could be a better copy.