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Mystery Leeming Street Building
Mystery Leeming Street building.
Pierrots – Hand written on back of this photo it says ‘St Alban’s Church Hall after we had raised stage and built ...
Sunday School Star Card
Does anyone recall going to Sunday School and getting their Star Card stamped? This usually resulted in being given a ...
Boneham & Turner Ltd. 1918-2018
By John William Boneham, this locally printed book tells the story of the 100 years of Boneham and Turner. Priced at ...
Childhood on Lilac Grove
I was brought up from the age of four at 6 Lilac Grove, left to get wed 1959. I remember playing ...
Mothers Union Outing 1928
This lovely old picture does not really need words, the ladies are really dressed up for a day out. It ...
Oriental Cafe, Mansfield
Does anyone know when the Oriental cafe opened and when it closed?
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 ...
QEGS (boys) and my memories of 1930s and 1940s Mansfield.
Apologies in my last post I said Mlle Thouez joined in 2007 that of course should be 1957
Brunts Grammar School Sports Teams
My oldest brother David is in quite a few of these football and cricket. He is a fair haired chap...
Queen Elizabeths Boys School
My brother Edward was in Shell 3 with Dave Taylor and like Dave died this year. At the time they...
Queen Elizabeth Grammar School
The top photograph is identical to the one in Mr Brettle's school history and shows the school as extended in...
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