HARTLEPOOL - OLD HARTLEPOOL - THE HEADLAND
I've taken many photographs of old Hartlepool but not from this angle. On a boat trip out from Hartlepool Marina to the River Tees and back, I took this on the way home. It shows the beautiful houses on the ancient Town Wall. A view taken from a boat in the bay. Look closely and you can see three churches - St. Mary's, St. Hilda's and the former St. Andrew's in York Place. St Hilda's Church taken from Church Walk. St Hilda's Church, Sandwell Gate, Croft Gardens and the Town Wall. Hartlepool resident Ian ...
Our Christian Heritage - Heritage Coast
At Sunderland was opened in 1719 as the church for the newly created Parish of Sunderland. It is a listed building and is one of the oldest buildings in the East End of Sunderland. Is a old Anglo Saxon church has roots thought to date back to the 7th century. Still regularly used for church services and much sought after for weddings, the church is a must for visitors and tourists to the town. The Church is recognised as one of the 20 oldest surviving churches in the whole country. People from the past.