PRESS reader Victor Dennis, from Acomb, sent us our final two pictures. They show the statue of George Leeman, which stands just outside the city walls where Leeman Road meets Station Rise, being moved.

Mr Dennis - whose father Bill was in charge of the gang of workmen who moved the statue on a series of rollers - thinks it happened in about about 1948. "It was right in the middle of the road, and they moved it on rollers," he said.

Mr Dennis was just 14 at the time, and he didn't get to see his father moving the statue. "But there will be a few people who do remember it!" he said.

We'd love to hear from anyone who does...