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Queuing for Petrol
Do you remember ?
When glass showcases were the norm
Percy Cleggs - Market Street
Does anybody know what years this shop traded? I think they were a tailors shop. I have just found a ...
Rugby Union Football Club
Car in a bit of a Hole
Another photo from the Museum Chad negative collection which is a bit of a mystery. It is listed as Car in ...
Brunts Grammar School, Mansfield
Memorabilia from the 1950's
The Co-op at Forest Town
Then and Now
Mansfield General Hospital
The Midland Hotel, Mansfield
Mansfield Victoria Cycling Club
Photos from Geoff Simpson
Cattle Sale at Sherwood Hall
Married at St Lawrences Church, 60 years ago
My wife Iris and I, both come from Mansfield. I was born on Bradder Street, in 1933, and my wife ...
Women at Clipstone Camp
Pleasley Gala & Centenary
Does anyone recognise this colliery? It is among the museums Chad Negatives Collection but is not identified.
A Younger Version of Nag Horsley
Tales From The Vale
A History of Pleasley Vale
A Railway Enthusiast
Warsop - Norfolk
A street that was as important as it's name.
Pit Talk East Midlands
The British Academy funded ‘Pit Talk East Midlands’ project, headed by Natalie Braber at Nottingham Trent University, is looking to ...
At the end of Moor Lane, at the junction with Sutton Road, is my old school, or schools, as the ...
The Empire Cinema
My family history starts on Bradder Street whereby my grandfather, William Leedale may have helped Mr Bradder in the building ...
Queen Elizabeths Boys School
David Taylor was my English Teacher from 1982 to 1984. He was the most motivational teacher that ever taught me....
Memories of the Saturday Market Pea Stall Part 2
I'm related to the Peatmans/Hazards. J W H Peatman is my Great Grandad and Winifred and Mark Hazard are my...
I was there at the same time, although left to join the Army in October 72, I worked with Jim...
St Chad’s Pleasley Vale
A very beautiful little church. Very ornate inside. Did you know that the church was originally built the other side...
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