A powerful drama set against the harsh and turbulent background of poverty and class distinction in Tyneside at the beginning of the century. A young docker John O'Brien falls deeply in love with Mary Llewellyn the daughter of a local shipbuilder. Their love unites them but the fifteen streets which separate poverty from wealth threaten to stand in their way.
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. In turn-of-the-century Great Britain a factory worker and an aristocratic schoolmarm fall deeply in love only to find their passions sorely tested by their class and cultural differences. Based on the eponymous romance novel by Catherine Cookson.
ITV adaptation of Catherine Cookson's love-across-the-divide novel. In turn-of-the-century Newcastle, dockworker John O'Brien falls for Mary Llewellyn, a shipbuilder's daughter. Their differences in class threaten to break up their relationship, but true love eventually conquers all.