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Photos of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at Harlow Wood.
This is when my grandpa, Jeff Clifton, brought Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to Harlow Wood Hospital in 1969. Thought you ...
New Co-operative Food Hall /store in the 70's
New building for the Co-op Food Hall on Station Street across from then the Mansfield Police Station. This building were ...
Palace Theatre Programme
This is a programme for a production at the Palace Theatre in 1950 that I recently found in some old ...
Old Church on Stockwell Gate.
This old Church on Stockwell Gate was taken by myself in the early ’70s. Can anyone put a name to ...
The Conservative Club Mansfield
This is another photo from Roger Brown. The photo was taken at the conservative club in 1977 during the queens ...
Roger Brown's Broomhill football Team
This is the Broomhill football team taken at the Mansfield Town (stags) ground in 1955. They represented Mansfield schools against Worksop ...
Sherwood Hall Technical Grammer School for Boys
Sherwood Hall was my school from 1963 to 1969. I have in my possession three programmes for Gilbert & Sullivan ...
Broomhill and rosemary school's in the fifties
This is my dear late sister Pamala Bridges class photo at Broomhill Junior School in the early fifties, she is ...
Back room of the Dial Hotel in the 70's
My parents Peter and Dora Stevenson ran the Dial from 1957 to 1978 , anyone remember them? The picture is of ...
Forest Town Bus Outing
Hopefully someone will be able to add a date and more information about this photograph. It is a Forest Town ...
Memories of Thorpe and Hancock
I recently came across this display of dancing program and I am sure that there are a lot of people ...
St Alban's Players Drama Group
At one period in time the St Alban’s Players (Forest Town) were a well known Theatre Group. Many (if not ...
This lovely old photograph (courtesy of J Baylis) was taken in the grounds of the Forest Town Institute, it is ...
Mystery Building at Forest Town Crossroads
Does anyone recall this building that was once situated at Forest Town Cross Roads? It was on the corner of ...
Rosemary infants school
Does anyone recognise their classmates or themselves in this photo taken at rosemary infants school in the early fifties. I ...
1940s at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School
When a new batch of “rookie” students arrived at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School they were split alphabetically into three groups ...
Old Leeming Street/Woodhouse Road
Another added picture of Leeming Street or was it part of Woodhouse Road coming into Mansfield taken around 60’s/70’s from ...
Argosy Players at the Palace Theatre
Very little appears to be known about the weekly repertory plays at the Palace Theatre in Mansfield. The Argosy Players, ...
Early days at Ethel Wainwright Junior School
Whiteleys, Victoria Street.
The accompanying photo was taken on the 17th of December, 2014 and shows a structure at the rear of the ...
Mansfield - A View from the Market Place
New Book! Available to buy from Mansfield Museum priced £8.95
A WW2 Mystery
As a casual visitor you sometimes notice things that local people pass by on a daily basis without giving a ...
Girls Grammar School, Mansfield
Barbara Butler has kindly sent in this photograph of The Girl’s Grammar School.
Memories of Old Mansfield
Junction of Rosemary Street / Belvedere Street/ in traffic all those years ago when traffic came up Stockwell Gate to ...
High Oakham Girls’ School – My Memories
Hello, My Mother also attended this school and I can remember the choir recording and listening to the 2 records...
Duke Street, Mansfield
I was born in 1952 at 40 Duke St, the house of my grandparents Fred and Clarice Robinson. They moved...
Harlow Wood Orthopaedic Hospital
Hi my grandpa brought Chitty Chitty Bang Bang here and spent part of the day taking the children and staff...
Forest Town Bus Outing
Two ladies that I can identify in the photo are: Doris Derry (2nd from right hand side...middle row....Mother of Barbara...Headmistress...
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