Elizabeth Baker the little girl with aunt Lydia (Now 98) in Carrahars field 1941/2. The heap behind her is a home made underground air raid shelter.

Even though this photo isn't of Hebburn lads, it shows what life in the mines was like in those days. Boldon Pit was only a few miles from Hebburn

Marion Coyne photo of a possible 1970's Hebburn darts team inc Charles Syme, John Cowie & Billy Wright.

Another Doreen Harris photo taken from Walker Naval Yard showing Bill Quay's 'Harrison's Shipyard' across the river

Elizabeth Tindle (Nee Baker) sent this photo from Australia showing her mother Lily at the back, with her Hebburn Hospital colleagues in 1950.

The paddling pool which is long gone in Valley View Park Jarrow. The little stream passes Lukes Lane before it reaches here on its way to The Don.

Marion Coyne photo of the Kelly Grave possibly 1960's. Her brother Charles Syme is one of the guards with back to camera.

Another Doreen Harris photo of Leslies workers watching a Royal Navy drill on an Aircraft Carrier possibly after completion/acceptance?

Elizabeth Tindle (pictured) sent this photo which includes the old 'Granary' and the old Colliery Club behind in 1940.

Elizabeth Tindle sent this to George Watt for restoration showing sister Lydia Baker with Zelma Whitley (Pack Leaders) and St Oswald's Brownies 1952.

Reyrolles Clerical Staff on strike in 1970. Bet the men notice the mini-skirts first?

Rob Calderwood's St Cuthbert's booklet from 1955, that tells of his brother's death. Robert thought Hebburn folk might like to see the old adverts.