Nice to see you on the board.
Here is some information from the Streets of Hebburn book:
TYNE STREET: Hebburn Quay. Used to run from Lyon Street (on the north west), past William Street, Cuthbert Street and then end at Argyle Street.
Built in or before 1881. Demolished about 1940, and the land used for local bonfires.
Part of Tyne Street renamed Cosserat Place, and now the location of St. Cuthbert's Vicarage - once the site of the old Scout's Hut, and often used by the Crusaders jazz band to practice.
In 1850, this was arable land, and 'Coal Pit', occupied by John Redhead, and leased from landowner Cuthbert Ellison.
Named after: Its proximity to the River Tyne.