We said one last goodbye to Debenhams in Sunderland this week – but who remembers all of these final days for famous Wearside institutions?
Here is a collection of photos from the day that shops, pits, factories and Roker Park held their last ever shift.
It is a poignant collection of images including Binns, Wearmouth pit, Crowtree Leisure Centre and one particular Sunderland school.
And we also have a Joplings scene of staff shortly after the store closed.
Take a look and then get in touch to re-live the memories.
1. Hand in hand at Binns
The last day at Binns in 1993. Were you there at the finale?
2. The last day at Arc International
Glass production came to an end at Arc International in 2007. The two longest serving employees - Alan Donkin and Brian Stevenson - were presented with a commemorative piece marking Pyrex glass production in Sunderland.
It was team leader John Wilson who produced the last glass at the factory.
3. A farewell to Roker Park
Sunderland fans who watched SAFC's last league game at Roker Park, against Everton in 1997. Were you there?
4. End of an era in 2003
The last day of Kwik Save in Park Lane. Pictured at the front are three people who joined on the day it opened - Kevin Wardropper, Carol Jobling and Debbie O'Ware.