An internal view of Pelaw Presbyterian Church Pelaw Presbyterian folk at one of the many Concert's that they had, with just a couple of names One of the early Pelaw Prebyterian's Ministers. He could be Rev Nichol or McPherson
Another early Presbyterian Minister & again he could be either Rev Nichol or McPherson. Maybe someone can tell me?A Pelaw Presbyterian church outing that looking at the fashion it looks like it was in the 1920s or 30s.Pelaw Presbyterian Sunday School scholars outside the church possibly in the 1920s or 30s.
A nice view of Harrison's Shipyard at Bill Quay in 1972Felling has had a Paint Works at the riverside since the 1800s. Hoyle & Robson ran it at one time then it became International Paints.I believe this photo is very likely to be 'Jonadab' area of Bill Quay alongside the river Tyne.
Morley Ave in Bill Quay possibly taken in the 1930s or even the 20s.Wardley Taxi owner Fred Moore with Heworth St Mary's scouts in the back of his truckWood Skinner's workmen in the 1890s. The ShipYard was built where the old Bottle Works had been in earlier times.