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Inside the Old Lord Byron.
Through the Front Door.
Cycling at Forest Town Track
Past & Present
The Beginning of Quarry Lane.
Portland Street End,
Boxing - Roy Crofts
The name of Roy Crofts can be discovered in some of the Boxing Reports in the Nottinghamshire Evening Post in the ...
The Hermitage Mystery
Noted as being the Howard Family, The Hermitage, Hermitage Lane. Believe there is a connection to the Baggaley family also ...
James Newton - Notts Hussars/Yeomanry
In the page ‘Mansfield Men’s Return From the 2nd Boer War 1901’ which was recently added by Tony & Dorothy Mellors it includes a ...
Mansfield Men's return from 2nd Boer War 1901
Article from Mansfield Reporter May 17 1901
William Crowder of Ratcliffe Gate Mansfield
A Mansfield Soldier in the Peninsula Wars
Ernest Crowder, 2nd Great Uncle
Survived Boer War to be Killed in France
Views From Above
Photographs from a crane high above Kings Mill Hospital
Which Sunday School?
This is a real mystery, and sadly Phyllis is no longer with us to give us the answer. Phyllis was born ...
Warsop Road, Mansfield Woodhouse
Memories of the 1940's
Mansfield Telephone Exchange
A time before mobile phones.
Mansfield Salvation Army Songsters Brigade (Choir)
Former Mansfield Coal Merchants
J A Alcock & Son Coal Merchants
House Clearances 1930s
The Museum recently acquired a collection of amazing photographs of areas of the Town that were to be cleared in ...
When it really snowed
Old Mill Lane, Forest Town
The Independent Chapel, Quaker Lane
This photographs show the Independent Chapel and the building next door on Quaker Lane in Mansfield
Mansfield Operatic Society
'The Belle of New York'
Mansfield Colliery Boxing Club 1962
Sherwood Hall Girls School
'In the beginning'
A Mansfield Miner. Plus !
My Father In - Law Thomas Allsop.
Christmas For The Soldiers
Clipstone Camp is known to some people and not others and yet from 1915 to 1921 it was an important part ...
Church Street Demolition
The site was cleared for the construction of Supa Save in 1970/ 71 It was in fact a three storey...
Susan mary melrose(nee young
Blaskeys Wallpaper & Paint, Market Place Mansfield.
I worked in Blaskeys wallpaper shop in 1968,good memories
Bradder Street . The Builder .
My Mother was born in 1918, at 1 Bradder St. Her parents took over the shop from her father`s sister....
I'm so glad that I came across this site as I love reminiscing about Mansfield. I think my mum use...
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