More of the streets you used to live in - recognise these now demolished houses of Hartlepool and East Durham?

It’s not so long ago that all these areas were vibrant communities.

Sunday, 3rd November 2019, 4:45 pm
Updated Friday, 15th November 2019, 11:16 am
Old by-election posters which dated back to the 1930s were uncovered during demolition work in 2007 in the Acclom Street area.

We have selected 17 more photographs showing demolished houses in Hartlepool and East Durham.

Did you live in one of them and what are your memories of your time there?

Take a look through the photos and tell us more.

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Who remembers what it was like to live in Acclom Street?
These properties in Chatham Road, off Raby Road, were earmarked for demolition in 2012.
Does this view bring back memories?
Some houses in Thornton Street were facing demolition in 2012 while others on the other side of the street were being lined up for improvements.
Harwood Street in 2004. Did you live there?
Stockton Street pictured before the dual carriageway and Camerons brewery site were redeveloped. The houses in the picture were demolished and replaced with a car park.
Does anyone recognise these Hartlepool streets from 2004.
A scene from 2004 showing the York Flats.
Demolition in Coverdale Street got our photographer's attention in this shot but does anyone have any ideas on the year of the photo?
These Easington Colliery streets were due for demolition in 2003.
We're wondering if this 2003 Easington Colliery scene brings back memories.
Properties in Pattison Gardens were among those lined up for demolition in 2006.
Who recognises this 2006 view of East Durham properties earmarked for demolition?
A scene from 2005 in Thornley. Does this bring back memories?
If these photographs bring back memories, get in touch and tell us more by emailing [email protected]