But don’t worry. If you have not yet signed up for the monthly newsletter, there is still plenty of time to do just that.
And once you do, you can enjoy the latest alerts on all the nostalgic photos, stories, and features which have featured in the Sunderland Echo.
But it doesn’t end there.
9 photos of Wearside pupils pictured in the classroom at the start of school. Remember these from 2004?
A toast to nights out in Sunderland in the 1980s - nine photos from Digby's, the Central, La Fontaine and more
9 photos of Sunderland's streets 70 years ago - look how different Borough Road and High Street West looked in 1952
Rocking birthday for Geoff Docherty, with Roker beach tribute and Annabel's reunion in honour of man who brought Pink Floyd, The Who, Led Zeppelin and Tyrannosaurus Rex to Sunderland
Sunderland's history becomes a TikTok hit thanks to heritage fan shining a light on the past
The newsletter also tells you all about the Echo’s specialist retro group on Facebook.
It is called Wearside Echoes and it already has more than 7,000 members.
In other words, if you join up, you will be joining a whole community of people who are interested in Sunderland and County Durham’s past.
So now’s your chance to sign up for a double way to enjoy memories of Sunderland as it used to look.
The very first newsletter winged its way to nostalgia lovers on email this week.
It was packed with news about memories of Sunderland's last trams, smiling faces from one of our school's proms of the past and - to celebrate promotion for the lads - SAFC's greatest signings, as chosen by you!
There’s another one due in July and you can sign up for it here – it’s completely free!
In the meantime, why not start your nostalgia journey by joining the Wearside Echoes Facebook page.
There are 7,000 members who are waiting to say hello!