What were you doing in 1991? Were you being pictured in one of these archive scenes in South Tyneside?
We have 10 reminders of life in the borough 30 years ago including youngsters modelling the latest fashions, children building a giant dolls house, and mince handouts in St Aloysius Church.
We hope they jog memories of your own so why not find out by joining us on a retro journey.
5. End of an era
A digger clears another load of bricks and mortar away from the Ingham Infirmary in June 1991. Photo: Shields Gazette
6. In fine voice in March 1991
These choir members of St Mark's and St Cuthbert's Church, Quarry Lane won the Dean's Award from the Royal School of Church Music in 1991. Pictured left to right are: Rachel Matheson, Caroline Smith, Ashleigh Simpson and Kate Matheson. Photo: Shields Gazette
7. Helping hand in February 1991
Crowds inside St Aloysius Church Hall, Hebburn in 1991 but who can tell us more? Photo: Shields Gazette
8. Musical memories from October 1991
Councillor John Turner gets a fanfare from trumpeters of the 10th South Shields Boys Brigade, left to right: Wayne Hobbs, Neil Hoggeth, Garry Dinning, Phillip Williams, when he officially handed over the trumpets on behalf of South Tyneside Council. Remember this? Photo: Shields Gazette