Plenty of room for more of your Hartlepool bus memories

All aboard for your memories of the old bus station in Hartlepool.

We love it when a photo comes together! The Greatham Feast in 2010.

Feast your eyes on this photo selection from Greatham

We loved the archive scenes from Greatham Feast so much, we have taken another dip into the history books.

The Radio 1 Roadshow was a big hit every time it came to Seaton Carew.

Was Seaton the best in the country at welcoming the roadshow?

The stars of radio were on their way to Hartlepool for a summer of fun in the sun 25 years ago.

The Anne which was grounded at Seaton Carew in 1985.

Ex-policeman’s admiration for rescue crews - 33 years after Hartlepool drama

A former policeman has reflected on the day he watched a ship run aground at Seaton Carew - and praised the efforts of all the services who responded.

The Hartlepool school head teacher who was an educational pioneer

The Hartlepool school head teacher who was an educational pioneer

Memory Lane is reaching far and wide with its appeal for readers to get in touch.

Were you at the Ralph Ward Jackson birthday celebration in 2006.

Remember having great fun at this historic 2006 event in Hartlepool?

It’s been 12 years since these children helped to celebrate a moment in Hartlepool’s history.

Albert Lumley with the children who inspired him into verse.

Remembering your good work across Hartlepool and East Durham

There’s lots of people in Hartlepool and East Durham who do incredibly worthy work.

Mary Timlin, Iris Haller and Margaret Brownless reflect on some old photographs of St Hilda's.

Hartlepool hospital was much-loved years after it closed

Gone but never forgotten.

A ship on its side at North Hylton.

Big dig hopes to uncover more evidence of Sunderland’s past

Sunderland’s hidden maritime secrets could be unearthed in a project which is moving into a new phase.

Tim Evans, front centre, doing the Maypole Dance at Lister Street School.

Country dancing, a wind-up gramophone and climbing the ropes - a Hartlepool lad’s schoolday memories

From songs on the wind-up gramophone to tea towel-wearing Nativity performers – a Hartlepool man remembers it all.

Smurfs in the fancy dress parade at the 2012 Greatham Feast.

Fab fun at the Greatham Feast - remember these scenes?

Greatham Feast gets into full swing in a fortnight and keeps up a tradition which stretches back more than 500 years.

Members of the English Martyrs Friendly League in 1993.

We would be cock-a-hoop with your memories of 1990s netball in Hartlepool

Netball is a sport going through golden times in England at the moment.

A Coronation fair in Hartlepool.

When Hartlepool celebrated the crowning of its new Queen

Sixty-five years ago this month, Hartlepool was joining the rest of the UK in some of the most historic outbreaks of national fervour ever seen.

The end of Binns loomed in Hartlepool in 1992.

Hartlepool said goodbye to this shopping favourite in 1992

It’s 26 years this month since one of Hartlepool’s best known stores closed.

Building sandcastles on the Fish Sands beach.

Park or beach, ice cream or fish and chips - how did you spend your childhood summers?

The weather outside has been sweltering.

The Hartlepool workhouse which was dreaded by many.

You really didn’t want to end up in this Hartlepool home

Thankfully, today’s Hartlepool residents are spared the horrors their ancestors faced of the workhouse.

A look inside Blondes.

Visions, Blondes, Images and 5th Avenue - so much choice for your 1988 Bank Holiday night out

From time to time, we like to reflect on the pubs and clubs of Hartlepool’s past.

Looking cheerful at the Primary Schools Cup Finals in Hartlepool in 2009.

Get in! Here’s some fab photos from a 2009 Hartlepool schools day of football

It’s the time of year when cup finals come thick and fast.

Time for relaxation and a game of cricket in the sun at Carlton Camp.

Songs round the fire and cleaning boots - all at Carlton Camp

It had singsongs round the fire, last night discos and plenty of bracing walks.

A view of the Hartlepool ferry in action.

It was THE way to travel in bygone Hartlepool

Imagine a time when men in smart uniforms would row people to their destination.

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