The old 'Hare & Hounds'Pub in Windy Nook which in even earlier timeswas called 'The Horse & Hounds' From Geordie folklore here are, Sawdust Jack, Coffee Johnny and the blind Tommy on the Bridge. from the 1800s. Shame Cushy Butterfield was on holiday that day. A Temperance Bar on Crowhall Lane, aptly called 'The Wise Man' for staying off 'mothers ruin'
Gateshead Essoldo on the corner of the Great North Rd (A1). Left was Sunderland Rd to Felling and Heworth . The Camberwell loading coal for London at the Staiths.The Staiths were at Bill Quay where rail lines brought coal to the Colliers from inland Collieries.Saltwell Park probably around 1920/30.
A Steam Engine at Pelaw Station with the CWS in the background. A Tramcar on Gateshead High St in the early 1900sWardley Colliery school children in 1928. I would like names if anyone sees their relative.
Thanks to Ken Armstrong for this Gateshead WW2 Victory Party in 1945.Pelaw 'St Alban's' children in 1958. Names required please. Hebburn man Harry Jackson marrying Heworth lady Olive Jobling at Heworth St Mary's in 1958. They went on to live in Hebburn as Harry worked in Reyrolles.