Maurice Crewe's mam & friends. Can anyone recognise them?

Maurice sent these photos from Australia. That is old Cuthbert St going from right to left.

Hebburn Sea Cadets saluting HMS Daring which was the same class as our 'HMS Kelly'

This is where the song 'Three little drummer boy's' came from. Another 1950's photo outside St Cuthbert's Church.

Maurice has put some names he remembers in yellow but he can't remember what this 1950's occassion was for.

A visiting Officer giving instructions to Hebburn Sea Cadet lads in the 1950's.

What a beautiful old view of Argyle St taken from 'The Clinic' vicinity & another from Maurice Crewe.

Hebburn Sea Cadet's in the 1950's passing St Cuthbert's after marching up Ellison St bank from there HQ.

Another lovely one of Argyle St with the classrooms of St Aloysius girls on the right.

Happy 1956 in the Crewe household showing how different things were in those days.

Hebburn lads at Camp in the 1950's.That's Maurice at the back & who loaned most of this page of photos

Merry Xmas 1958 style in the Crewe home. The photographer nearly got Maurice in the frame.

Lance Liddle kindly sent this photo taken in the 'Powerhouse' 1948. The little handsome lad is 'Lance'

Members of the 'Bartered Bride' cast on the 'Powerhouse' stage in 1948

A 1950 'Powerhouse' adaption of 'Ruddigore' NOT 'Beauty Stone' as on photo. Thanks to Lance for those 3 photos.