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:
CARR STREET: Hebburn Quay.
Built 1870s and demolished in stages, between the late 40s and 1968 (by Paul Reay).
The north side was never replaced, though the south side was replaced by houses that now faced south, and were named Lyon Street - the back-garden walls of Lyon Street (north) were where the shopfronts of Carr Street (south), once stood.
At one time, it was one of the main thoroughfares and shopping areas in Hebburn; it had a north side and a south side, and both street fronts/shop-fronts, faced each other; the back gates of Carr Street (south side) faced the front doors of the Lyon Street houses across the road.
In 1897, this street was parallel with Lyon Street and ran in a straight line, from the top of James
Street along to the Progressive Club, on Ellison Street corner, at the back of St. Andrew’s Church.
CARRTERRACE : Hebburn Quay.
When the section of Carr Street (north side), behind St. Andrew’s Church and Institute - in between
Albert Street and Ellison Street - was demolished (between 1958-1968), Carr Terrace was built in its place; at some point, it was renamed Lyon Street.
In 1850, this was arable land, known as Middle Hill Field, occupied by John Redhead, and leased from landowner Cuthbert Ellison.
Named after: Carr-Ellison’s of Hebburn Hall.