Little May Scott who was born in 1903 with her dad Matthew & his Milk Float. The other trader is JR Pattinson.

A Jarrow butcher outside his shop with his family 100 yrs ago in 1905. I think the shop was in Western Rd.

The 'Marshal Soult' on the stocks in Jarrow Palmers 1915 with the recognisable & unusual shaped Cranes in the background

St Bedes well beside the overflow stream from Hebburn Lakes, possibly in the early 1900's.

Boldon Colliery entrance in 1982. The powerful Winding Engine drew coal up the shaft faster here than at any other pit.

The Jarrow Ferry in the early 1900's, but is that Jarrow across the river or Howdon?

Ellison Streets 'Jarrow Mechanics Institute' in 1954. Those cars look 1940's models so it could be an earlier photo than 1954 (Which I typed on)

The new Dock at the Mercantile in 1961.

The 'Olympic' was sister to the 'Titanic' & was brought to Palmers for scrapping in 1935, hence the deepening of the riverside using a dredger.

Palmers 'Boiler Works' in 1935

This view of the Park Gates and Park Rd in the early 1900's hasn't changed much in 100 yrs.

Can you remember these 'Stock's' in St Pauls churchyard? Photo taken in 1932 shows the stocks. Patrick Brennan says they are now inside the church

Jarrow Town Hall in 1951

The old 'General Ferry Co' paddle steamer coming into Jarrow Ferry Landing in the early 1900's.

One of the Trams that ran through Jarrow in 1906. This photo was taken on Western Rd which going west leads onto Hebburn's 'Low Road'.