Because of the amount of images on this page we have divided it into various sections.
They certainly did make some nice postcards of the town all those years ago.This one shows scenes of Grange Road, Christ Church and various shots from inside the parks and gardens.Hilda's Church, the Town Hall, the Wesley Chapel, Heugh Lighthouse and Ward Jackson Park.Another postcard with views of Hartlepool and West Hartlepool including Ward Jackson Park, The Harbour and War Memorial in Victoria Road.People out and about in Ward Jackson Park enjoying a stroll.
The statue on the far right is a tribute to the men who fought in the South African War between 18.
In the right hand column we have West Hartlepool, Hartlepool, Seaton Carew, Entertainment, Public Houses, a section with schools and choirs and a "just out of town" postcard selection. Like many cards and images on this page we are not sure of the date but you can see clearly, in the top right hand corner, the crest and motto of the town - E Mare Ex Industria - from the Sea Comes Industry.
A postcard showing various views of old Hartlepool and West Hartlepool - including St.
A very decorative postcard showing Church Street, in West Hartlepool, with the old Christ Church in the background.
Another wonderful postcard from the Owen Corrigan collection.
On the back of the card there's a message from a lady called Olive and addressed to a Mrs. The stamp is a halfpenny and it was posted in Whitley Bay.