Today’s nostalgia page features photos showing working and social life on South Tyneside over the years.
They range from the 1950s, through to the 1970s, and include workers doing a variety of jobs.
They include carrying out MOTs, as well as others who were staging a protest march, complete with placards.
Members of the South Shields Labour Party and Trades Council can be seen marching on an anti-pay pause demonstration.
And militant mothers are pictured haranguing education officials outside of Perth Green Secondary School.
There is also a great image, from April 1957, showing workers, some with bikes, heading home after getting “back to normal” – presumably from industrial action!
Do you recognise any of the people in our pictures?
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