The following information is from the book, The Streets of Hebburn; if you can help update or correct it, please let me know, thank you:
ALBERT STREET: Houses built in or before 1881. Demolished late 1960s.
17 properties: One pub and 16 homes - some built in 1962.
The single, detached pub: a pub, Wardles (formerly The Albert Hotel), was designed by South Shields
architect Joseph W. Wardle.
The Gem (Old Picture House), closed in 1964. It became a Bingo Club, until 1974 when it was purchased by the Council, and demolished.
In 1850, this was grass land named Well Closes, occupied by John Redhead, and leased from landowner Cuthbert Ellison.
Named after: Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel, later the Prince Consort, 26 August 1819 14 December 1861) the husband of Queen Victoria.
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