The Spread Eagle was situated on Dovecot Street, Stockton. We believe the pub closed c1980s and demolished to make way for the Wellington Square Shopping Centre. Date unknown.
Interior views of St Luke’s Church on Acklam Road, Thornaby.
Photographs courtesy of Mrs Legg.
Children from year 4 dressed in Victorian costumes to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Oxbridge School. Pictured is Margaret Williams who taught at the school from 1972 – 1998.
Photograph courtesy of Margaret Williams.
A postcard showing Stockton Co-op Butchers (branch 8) formerly the Home & Shoe shop in Norton.
Image courtesy of Mrs Johnson nee Harland.
Traffic on Yarm High Street c1962.
The starting XI – Norton Cricket Club at Thornaby c1971. Who do you recognise?
A view of the Red Lion on the corner of Ramsgate and West Row, Stockton and what we believe to be Brown and Wallace merchants.
The second photograph looks down West Row towards Asda now Boyes. Date unknown.
Taken by Roz Prichard, courtesy of Carole Prichard.
A view of the Dinsdale Fish Locks on the River Tees.
Photograph courtesy of Tony Cooney.
The Druids Brass Band played in Ropner Park, Stockton. The band conductor is my grandfather Robert McIntosh.
Photograph and details courtesy of Pauline Hislop.
This photograph shows three J72 locos just after their arrival at Thomsons scrapyard. The front loco having towed the other two from Tyneside, I believe. Taken January 1965.
Photograph and details courtesy of Garth McLean.
Oxbridge Lane Infants School report for Peter Brookes, Class I in July 1958.
Images courtesy of Peter Brookes.
Picturesque views of St. Mary’s Church and Norton Green, autumn 2016.
Photographs courtesy of John Loraine.
A photograph taken in September 1970 of the Billingham ICI Messenger Boy Intake. I can recall all of the faces and some of the names but not all… Tony Bailey, Alan Griffiths, Steve Davis, Malcom Finlayson, Micky Growling, Al Hart (Training Manager) and me, Steve Flounders. I’m behind and to the right of Al Hart, had a nice head of hair in those days. Steve Davis was my best man 5 years after this was taken and we’re still in contact with each other today, smashing lad.
Photograph and details courtesy of Steve Flounders.
A photograph showing the rear of numbers 48 and 50 Bridge Road, Stockton c1984.
Steam ferries like The Hugh Bell carried workmen between Middlesbrough and Port Clarence up until 1911 when the Transporter Bridge opened.
Can anyone identify the whereabouts of the buildings in this photograph?