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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 ...
A Whitegates Mystery.
A puzzle, with maybe a simple explanation. The Whitegates public house stands on Clipstone Road East, Forest Town. The pub ...
Mansfield Station Railway Special
I worked on the railway in the early 60s as a fireman on steam engines and well remember Mansfield station. ...
Windmill Ridge School play
Maybe someone can tell us more about this play, who the pupils are and the date of the event. – ...
Olympic torch being carried through Mansfield 2012
Editors notes -Two more pictures submitted of that wet but memorable day in June 2012, does anyone know the torch ...
Carter Lane First School Plays
St Barnabus Church, Pleasley in the 1970s
Can anyone else remember these times?
Henley High School (A former private school in the days before Ofsted!)
The school photo was taken at the rear of St. Marks Church, Mansfield, and the school was held in Henley Hall ...
Mansfield Museum entrance
Entrance to the Mansfield Museum from my collection taken around 60’s/70’s changes I’m sure have taken place since then. More ...
Music in Carr Bank park
A lovely sunny afternoon in Car Bank Park on the 12th May 2019 when Whitwell Brass Band played a good selection ...
The British Restaurant - Does anyone remember these?
The British Restaurants were established around 1941 for people to purchase a substantial meal for 9d.
Clumber Street from the 60's/70's
Memories of Clumber Street in Mansfield as we knew it from the 60’s/70’s from my collection . I’m sure some ...
Easter Sunday - Forest Town Methodist Church
The cross before the Easter service in church and afterwards as everyone came out with flowers to decorate it, singing ...
thoughts about mansfield sec tech 1955-1960
Hi all, I attended Mansfield County Secondary Technical school as it was known then, between 1955 to 1960, spent in ...
Memories of High Oakham School by Ann Topham (nee) early 60's)
I am delighted to read about my old High School in Mansfield – High Oakham. I was there for four ...
School Photo of QEGS for Boys Mansfield May 1963
I have scanned the school photo taken at the end of my first year at QEGS in 1963. I am ...
Reading the many fond memories recorded by so many ex-Moor Lane pupils reveals what a profound and last effect the ...
Old Leeming Street
More mystery buildings on “Leeming Street” from the early 60’s .To add to the photograph submitted by Liz Weston in ...
Entrance and Yard to Arthur Richardson & Son Ltd Wholesale Grocers.
This photograph taken by myself in the 60’s/70’s depicts the yard/entrance to the company called Arthur Richardson and Son Ltd ...
Mansfield Vics Cycling Club, Memories from a 1950s Member
Hi all you ex time-trialists & members of Mansfield Vics Cycling Club out there. I joined the club in 1951/52, ...
Joyce Baker, nee Hargreave of Woodhouse Quaker Meeting.
My mother, Joyce Hargreave was from the Atkin family in Woodhouse and was a ‘birthright’ member of the Quaker Meeting; ...
Images relating to James A. Taylor Ltd. A bit of a Mystery!
These photos which were inherited from a friend are a mystery as we know nothing about the firm or the ...
Boneham & Turners 1949/50
I started work as an apprentice toolmaker at B&T in 1960, and I remember most of the people in the...
Memories of Queen Elizabeth Girls Grammar School
I went to QEGGs last in the 40’s. Anyone remember me? Margaret Guard (nee Brough)
Mr G.Burton (former Woodus Ld)
Memories of Old Mansfield
Thank you "Mansfield Lad" Alan Bridges, please check out new picture of same junction but across the road, more shops...
Mr G Burton (former" Woodus Lad ")
Gara Ponds, by that takes me back. As a "Woodus" young kid we make our way via flood (big) dykes,...
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