Old Mansfield Society Mystery

The Old Mansfield Society have found this photograph in their archive and need your help to try identify where it is?

The OMS have found this second photograph in their archive. they think that the wall on the left is the same bit of wall as on the right of photograph one. What do you think?

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  • It is Stockwell Gate, and the pub in the middle of the old houses was the old King and Miller.
    As a child I lived near the Red Lion, bottom left of the picture, and some of my parents relatives lived in the old houses.

    By Mavis James (Ball) (18/02/2020)
  • It is Sutton Road. facing the high stone wall surrounding the old Work House. A little higher than the Shoe Co.

    By Alan Curtis (27/12/2017)
  • I believe the lower photo is showing the King and Miller pub on Stockwell gate.

    J Bowers showroom was built on this site and now is an Asda store.

    By John Clay (26/12/2017)
  • Stockwell Court flats and the former Lime Kiln place (Now demolished) is/was resident here nowadays I believe, between Herbert St and Spencer St.

    By John (13/02/2017)
  • It’s the top end of Stockwell Gate as viewed between Spencer Street and Herbert Street.  The photo was taken in 1962 by Bill Purdy a member of the OMS at that time.  

    By Angela Bramwell (10/02/2017)
  • I believe it’s Sutton Road, I think the building on the extreme left William 4th public house, it looks familiar from thr 1950s when I was a kid.

    By Peter Bowler (08/02/2017)

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