On the front row third from the left is Stockton lad Donny Heath with the Norwich City team in 1969.
Photograph and details courtesy of Anon.
Fashion Girl, ladies and children’s wear shop on Yarm Lane, Stockton c1985.
A view of the Parish Church, Stockton taken in May 1984.
Taken on Norton Road c1900s. In the background is the old Methodist Church possibly known to some as Zion House or Billy Boyds Gym (now demolished). We believe the man is the photograph is Reverend Hodges…
Photograph courtesy of Mrs Denton.
These images show the Thornaby Coat of Arms mosaic which were a feature on the wall of Thornaby Pavillion prior to the refurbishment in 2008/09.
Photographs courtesy of Shelagh Freeman.
An aerial view of Billingham and the surrounding area. Date unknown.
The Black Path leading onto Tilery from Portrack Lane during snowfall, Friday 29th December 2017.
Photograph and details courtesy of Paul Simpson.
This photograph shows the VE Day celebrations in Hartburn, Stockton 1945.
Photograph and details courtesy of Peter Wilkinson.
Class at Newtown Junior School c1969/70. Who do you recognise?
Photograph and details courtesy of Robert Ross.
A photograph showing the Stockton Arms Hotel in Hartburn, taken on the 29th December 2017.
Photograph and details courtesy of Anthony Bonner.
A coach outing with residents from Haverton Hill, 1950s.
Photograph courtesy of Joe Pearson.
A photograph showing Grahams tailors and gown specialists at no.6 Finkle Street, Stockton.
Ironmongers extraordinaire – A view of Wolviston Supplies on Durham Road c1980s.
Inside Harkers Engineering no.4 shop which used to operate out of Church Road, Stockton. Included in the photographs are John Taylor, Norman Bellerby, Mike Round and Prince Charles who visited in the company in 1987.
Photographs and details courtesy of Mike Bellerby.
Warren and Wellstood paper merchants at number 16-17 Brunswick Street, Stockton c1985.
A view of a floating dock built at the Furness Shipyards, Haverton Hill.