13 nostalgic snaps of Sunderland + WIN a calendar!

DECEMBER: Pranksters driving with a snowman on their car roof in Fulwell Road in 1991.
DECEMBER: Pranksters driving with a snowman on their car roof in Fulwell Road in 1991.
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It’s time to make a date with 2016 - thanks to the new Wearside Echoes calendar. Read on to win a copy.

Take a trip down Memory Lane every month with our new Wearside Echoes calendar.

MAY: Football crowds crossing Wearmouth Bridge after a match at Roker Park in May 1963.

MAY: Football crowds crossing Wearmouth Bridge after a match at Roker Park in May 1963.

A host of bygone scenes - from football crowds to trams, tugs and shipyards - is featured in the publication.

The annual Easter gathering in Fawcett Street, Roker Park illuminations and even a cheeky snowman perched atop a car are also included.

The calendar is out now, priced at £4.25, but to win a copy just answer this question: In which two decades did SAFC win the FA Cup?

** Email your answers to: sarah.stoner@jpress.co.uk by November 15.

APRIL: The Good Friday service Fawcett Street in April 1957.

APRIL: The Good Friday service Fawcett Street in April 1957.

MARCH: Sunderland's Watson-class lifeboat Edward and Isabella Irwin being winched into the RNLI's new Polka Hole boathouse in 1935.

MARCH: Sunderland's Watson-class lifeboat Edward and Isabella Irwin being winched into the RNLI's new Polka Hole boathouse in 1935.

JUNE: Elephants from Bertram Mills Circus at Monkwearmouth Station in June 1950.

JUNE: Elephants from Bertram Mills Circus at Monkwearmouth Station in June 1950.

FRONT: Echo vans being loaded with papers at the Bridge Street office during World War Two.

FRONT: Echo vans being loaded with papers at the Bridge Street office during World War Two.

FEBRUARY: Sunderland came to a standstill at 2pm on February 15, 1952, as Wearsiders paid their final respects to King George VI.

FEBRUARY: Sunderland came to a standstill at 2pm on February 15, 1952, as Wearsiders paid their final respects to King George VI.

NOVEMBER: Roker Park illuminated in days gone by.

NOVEMBER: Roker Park illuminated in days gone by.

SEPTEMBER: Opening of Sunderland's new fish quay in 1939.

SEPTEMBER: Opening of Sunderland's new fish quay in 1939.

AUGUST: Donkey rides, sand castles and pots of hot tea - a perfect Seaburn scene from 1956.

AUGUST: Donkey rides, sand castles and pots of hot tea - a perfect Seaburn scene from 1956.

OCTOBER: A busy River Wear in October 1954.

OCTOBER: A busy River Wear in October 1954.