Stockwell Gate 1970's

Stockwell Gate early 70's

Old Stockwell Gate around early 70’s from ones collection, looking down towards the Co-operative building .

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  • Thank you for your comments Steeve, think it is still there, and I’m sure like yourself the Mansfield folk too have many memories of the “Ye Old Crown Hostelry” over many years.

    By Mr.G .Burton (19/10/2020)
  • Yes it goes back a long time gents, and originally called ‘Ye Olde Crown Hostelry’. The word ‘Hostelry’ can just be made out with the picture enlarged. I don’t know if it’s still there as a pub although I remember it well from many years ago. Very good picture! Will have a look on my next visit to Mansfield – no immediate plans as yet.

    By Steeve Cee (16/10/2020)
  • Hi David, yes I think it was the “Crown Hostel” pub all those years ago. Don’t know if it is still run as a pub but like yourself I’m sure the Mansfield folk remember it being a pub for many many years.

    By Mr Graham Burton (former Woodus Lad) (15/10/2020)
  • Graham, is the Mock Tudor building you can see in the distance a pub called The Crown? I remember going there to the Folk Club. Never went into the Wheatsheaf. I presume Gunners was the building adjacent the Crown?

    By David Holt (14/10/2020)

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