Chances galore in a tightly contested encounter for Pools

In an ebb and flow game, any result could have been possible.

Storm from Blackhall.

Sing out if you have memories of these bands

We’re hoping to strike a chord with these music photos of bands from the Hartlepool and East Durham areas.

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The Central Library team, Jane Downer, Christine Clarke and  Amanda Watson-Ruthford, have researched Hartlepool crime from around 100 years ago. Picture: TOM BANKS

The crimes of Hartlepool’s 1900s - including ‘damage to growing turnips’

An intriguing study on crime in Victorian Hartlepool has been compiled by hard-working library staff.

Inside Asters.

Get your dancing shoes on for a boogie back to 1980s Hartlepool

Hartlepool, the Tees valley and East Durham had a thriving night scene in the early 1980s and we would love your memories of it.

Seaton Baths being demolished in 1978.

Swimming at Seaton Baths and a mini pork pie at the Woodpecker Cafe

Mini pork pies, swimming lessons and getting your bronze certificate.

The Kayak Club in 1969.

Historic views of the Headland but what’s your favourite?

The historic Headland gets our attention this week.

Ed Waugh.

Story of a music hall legend comes to Hartlepool

Playwright Ed Waugh has turned his creative sights on another forgotten regional superstar.

Kevin Lynn, left, John Lynn, Brian Webb and Brian Lynn, right, from the HUMP team.

Welly hoying and car maintenance with a twist in Hartlepool

You have to admire the tenacity of these enterprising Hartlepool men in 1983.

The start of the ten-mile road race.

Bumper field took part in Hartlepool race

The weather might not have been the greatest but it didn’t stop Bill Cain from smashing a Hartlepool record.

Dean Gibb evades a double challenge.

Pools hit the spot thanks to yet another penalty

Alan Shoulder was enjoying a rich vein of form going into this match.

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The Belle Vue sports centre fun run gets off to a flying start in 1989.

Shape up with your memories of Hartlepool’s Belle Vue Sports Centre

We’re limbering up for your responses to these photographs of the Belle Vue Sports Centre in Hartlepool.

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Staff at the Windsor restaurant.

Top scones and corned beef slices at the Windsor Restaurant

Former staff - and some of the clientele - all spotted our recent Memory Lane visit to the Windsor Restaurant in Hartlepool.

Rosebank in Hartlepool.

The end of a long-established Hartlepool school

A part of Hartlepool’s educational history was coming to an end 30 years ago.

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Knights in Hartlepool which attracted lots of interest from Mail readers.

The smell of coffee from Knights was wonderful

Two shops from Hartlepool’s times gone by certainly got your interest.

Anthony Williams in action.

Williams the Conquerors in Pools win away from home

The Williams duo were leading Pools in a late bid for a play-off place in 2002.

Pupils from Ward Jackson Primary School at the brick workshop at Hartlepool College of Further Education.

A reminder of schooldays in Hartlepool

Schooldays are said to be our best days.

Mal Hughes in action.

The Hartlepool star who rushed back from Australia to represent his town

It was the year of television hits such as Cagney and Lacey, The Fall Guy and Family Fortunes.

The Adams store in Hartlepool.

It was all the fashion to do your shopping at this Hartlepool favourite

Fantastic clothes and a great team.

Joe Allon fires home the winner against Darlington.

Time was running out when Joe Allon popped up with a derby winner

There’s nothing quite like a derby victory for getting the fans going.

From left, Led Zep's Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Bonham.

March 23, 1969: Led Zeppelin play Peterlee

No, this is no Communication Breakdown - legendary rockers Led Zeppelin really did play Peterlee.
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