Gone but not forgotten. Did you live in one of these now-demolished houses in Hartlepool?

Gone but not forgotten.

Sunday, 27th October 2019, 3:45 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th November 2019, 2:14 pm
The Chester Hotel remains on its own after demolition work in Raby Road in 2007.

That’s these houses in Hartlepool which may be demolished but they still hold fond memories for the people who lived there.

Did you live in the old houses on Chester Road, Raby Road, Easington Road or Perth Street?

How about Hart Lane, Raby Gardens or Rodney Street?

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Here's a view of houses in Easington Road which were facing demolition in 2009.

We have got reminders of all these and more in our photo selection.

Take a look and see if you can spot an area you know.

Did you live in Perth Street? Here's demolition work under way in 2013.
The start of work in Gray Street. Remember this from 2012?
A scene from 2007. Does this bring back memories?
Demolition work in 2006. Was this a street you lived in?
The back of the houses in Hopps Street are pictured during demolition work in 2016.
Were you a Rodney Street resident? Here's the scene of demolition in 2008.
Longhill Streets pictured in 1951 with most of the housing awaiting demolition.
Graythorp village is gone but not forgotten for the residents who lived there and still remember it fondly.
Durban Grove - part of the area known as Little India which was demolished around 35 years ago.
Demolition work underway at Raby Gardens in 2013.
Demolition work under way at Perth Street. Remember this?
Demolition work is pictured in Thornton Street 12 years ago.
Pictured at the Chester Road demolition site in 2007.
Demolition work underway at Gray Street in 2012.
Demolition underway at the rear of houses in Hopps Street, in 2016.
Preparing for demolition at the 'can house' in Raby Road.
The demolition of houses in Easington Road got our photographer's attention and here is the first of four more photos.
Did you live in one of these houses?
A 2009 demolition scene in Easington Road.
The equipment is brought in for the demolition to proceed.
Rubble is piled high during the 2008 demolition work in Rodney Street.
Another view of the 2008 work in Rodney Street.
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