My late school pals son Michael clark loaned me this 1971 photo. In background is Palmer's Offices on the Low Rd.Shame it's blurred a bit.

Alice Pringle nee Oliver who lived in Ann St as a child loaned this photo of her Dad driving the Chronicle delivery van. Dad was born in 1880's.

Maureen Gordon nee Scott lived in the Newtown & sent this 1960 'drill hall'photo. Thats hubby John leaning over opposite son Stephen.

Andy Stevenson's mother born in 1929 & raised in Charles St, recognised these ladies as 'Granny McKenzie on the left with neighbour 'Granny Dolan'

Thats Maureens dad as a teenager (Mr Scott) with his pals. They are calling themselves 'Hebburn Foreign Legion' but where was the photo taken?

Hebburn folk on a club trip to Ireland. Can anyone spot a relative. It may have been a Club organised break or possibly St Andrews folk.

Ian Glendenning photo of Lieutenant Telfer from Argyle St until WW1 took him off to war & death. Aren't we lucky today compared to past generations.

Maureen Scott age 4 & her Charles St upstairs neighbour Tommy Nolan in 1939. When she was 9 in 1944 Maureen's family moved to Quarry Rd.

Maureen Scott attended Clegwell & sent this photo taken in 1948. Lilian Flack kindly provided additional names.

Maureen's photo of Mrs Dowling celebrating victory in the second world war.

We have St John's internal photos already, but this one is a different one to the others (I think)

Just to make up 12 photos on the page I've included a photo I took from Bill Quay looking towards Hebburn Marina in 2005