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WW2 Duties of a Fire Guard
Demolition Newcastle Street
Mansfield Woodhouse June 1973
Mansfield Miners and The Colours
A mention of the Lusitania
The Quakers In Mansfield
Heritage Trail and Memorial Plaque Project
WW1 - Clipstone Camp 1915 - 2015
When the Soldiers came and what they left behind
Mystery Building in Forest Town
This brick building stands just off the road, among the trees at the top of New Mill Lane, Forest Town. ...
Mansfield Metal Box Book Offer
Metal Box Book Offer Mansfield Museum is the only place you will be able to buy a copy of: Memories of Tin ...
Blaskeys Wallpaper & Paint, Market Place Mansfield.
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Sherwood Hall Technical Grammar School For Boys
Spa Ponds, Forest Town, Special Status
Volunteers Count Toads in 2015
Marsdens at Moor Street
Photos from the 1930s
Harlow Wood in the 1930's - Part 1
Views in and around the hospital
Harlow Wood Orthopaedic Hospital in the 1930's Part 2
My Connection To Mansfield
1942 to Present
Mansfield Empire Cinema
Dam Head Cottages
Bleakhills Lane A.K.A. Harvey's Lane....
Old Railway Building
A bit of a mystery
Mansfields First Cinema
Where was it?
Portland Training College
Visit by the Duchess of Kent June 1975
WW1 Wilfred Dolby Fuller VC
A Tribute to a Local hero
Albert Street Shops
North Notts Farmers
Mystery Aerial View
While the date of this picture is unknown, handwritten names on the photo may give a clue also to where ...
The Last of the Cave Men of Mansfield
John Bramwell 1815-1900
Warsop Road, Mansfield Woodhouse
Pleased to read your comments Ian Carlisle. I remember playing both Football and Cricket on the 'Top Field' when we...
Robert Farrow – Local Amateur Artist
Fantastic information about my great -uncle. I am really happy to find one of his paintings. Thank you
Re: Sally Bhimani. I'm also looking into the very first England team for an England podcast I host, Three Lions...
Meryl Gregory ( Rothero)
Streets of Mansfield Woodhouse
My two sisters and I lived in The Poplars at the end of Poplar Street from 1950 to 1959. It...
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