Looking across Shields Rd Bill Quay into Station Rd. That is the Presbyterian Chapel on the right. This Pub is still in use today.The 'Black House Inn' in the early 1900s with some of the customers posing for the camera. Here's the 'Black House Inn' again, which I think may be after world war one.
Felling Shore Co-op in 1960 before it & the Village were demolishedA Gateshead Tram at the Heworth Terminus around the end of the first world war.The old Farm at Leam Lane sometimes called North Leam Farm.
Pelaw CWS Cabinet factory employees in 1911. Can anyone see Great Grandad?A view of Pelaw in 1900 that hasn't changed much. That shop is still in use & has been a sandwich shop since the 1990sSisterson's Drug Store in Felling early 1900s. The sign says they sold Horse & Cattle medicine & invalid wine.
A 1921 view showing St Alban's Church & grave yard at Windy Nook and it is just opposite the 'Black House' InnA 1961 view of the familiar 'Station Public House' in Pelaw & at the bus stop where the Shields bus stopped on its way back to ShieldsAn image that I think was taken around the 1940s of the Stephenson's who lived in Stone Street, Windy Nook.