A photograph from St. Cuthbert’s R.C Mixed School photo album showing St. Cuthbert’s Senior Class 3, Stockton 1950. Unfortunately we don’t have any names, does anyone recognise them?
Photograph courtesy of Tony Cooney.
I believe this photograph was taken during the 1950s/1960s and shows The Green at Wolviston.
Photograph and details courtesy of Roger Clayton.
Walking from the Royal Train to inspect the Guard of Honour is The Queen accompanied by Brigadier R.G.W. Melsome, MBE, followed by the Mayor and Mayoress; Councillor and Mrs P.J.Milne.
The Queen visits Stockton Station with Brigadier R.G.W. Melsome, MBE and the Officer Commanding the Royal Guard of Honour mounted by the 1st Battallion The Light Infantry
I’m the tall one in the centre of the back row, with the captain John O’Neil seated in front of me and seated on the extreme right, as we look at the picture, Barrie Smith, next to the member of staff who is Ian (chopper) Benzies. Robert McKenzie is standing two places to my right.
The remaining members of the team are so very familiar, but their names, as is so often the case, elude me.
Photograph and details courtesy of Paul Butler.
A photograph showing the entrance to Norton Cleansing Depot, Norton High Street c1970.
An aerial view of the Viaduct and Yarm c1978
This photograph of the control tower at Tees-Side airport was taken just a few years after it was taken under the control of the local councils. I thought it very apt as the wheel has turned full circle and it is once again under local council control.
The original spelling was with a hyphen, this was of course later changed to a single word. The building its self has a definite 1930s look about it, the curved corners and windows have an Art Deco feel about them.
Photograph and details courtesy of Bruce Coleman.
The Liss with a gross tonnage of 5853 was built by the Furness Shipbuilding Company, Haverton Hill for A/S Krezimasko. The keel was laid on 18 February 1920 and the ship was launched on 26th May 1921.
A photograph of Northfield School Billingham Dinner Nannies c1985.
Back Row (l-r); Christine ?, Shirley Douthwaite, Barbara Laycock, Angela Herriot.
Front Row (l-r): Kathleen Bennett, Elaine Becks, Lyne Brown, Alison Bromby, Doreen Bateman.
Photograph and details courtesy of William Bennett.
A view of Billingham Press on Brunswick Street, Stockton c1985.
Construction of the foundations and retaining walls of the fitting out basin at Haverton Hill Shipyards on the 22 July 1919.
Market day on Stockton High Street. The Cash Clothing Company, Victoria Buildings, Collingwood’s and the Parish Church can also be seen in this image.
The building of the Princess Diana Bridge in Stockton. It was opened on 23rd September 1992 and provides a road crossing between the Riverside Road, Stockton and the Tessdale area of Thornaby.
A photograph of the Dodshon Fountain in Ropner Park. In 1995 the fountain was brought back to Stockton High Street.
An electric tram passing Thornaby Town Hall and heading towards Mandale Road c1890s.
A view of the gateway leading up towards St Cuthbert’s Church, Redmarshall.