A new exhibition charting the history of Newcastle United reveals that the club once played in red and white.
The Toon Times exhibition at the city's Discovery Museum includes the club's minute book from 1894. In it the club decides to switch from red shirts and white "knickers" to black and white shirts - with a two inch stripe - and "dark knickers".
One of the exhibition's organisers Anna Dodgson explains:
Memorabilia and photographs of the Magpies through the decades is going on public display at the Discovery Museum.
Manager Hazel Edwards said Newcastle United is 'part of the economic, leisure and cultural history of Newcastle.'
Tyne & Wear Museums may have to cut opening hours to the Discovery Museum and the Laing Gallery, reduce its community learning programme, and charge for some services, because of a proposed reduction in its funding from Newcastle Council.
The council is removing all its funding of the Great North Museum (formerly the Hancock) and the Hatton Gallery over the next two years, and halving its funding of the Discovery Museum, Laing Gallery and Tyne & Wear Archives, all because of budget cuts.
The museums service will open a consultation on February 1st but says it will not start charging for entry to its core collections.