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Mansfield Sea Cadets.
1955 photo for comparison.
Tour of Britain in Mansfield
6th September 2017
Whiteley Electrical Radio Co Ltd
Childrens Christmas Party January 1970
Prince Charles S.C.C. Mansfield 1955.
Ex Sea Cadet - Mansfield Man.
Granada Cinema Mansfield
Racing Round Mansfield
Who Are They
On Your Bike
Exhibition in Mansfield Museum
Forest Town War Memorial & Passchendaele
After watching the very moving television programmes Saturday 30th July and Sunday 31st July 2017 on the Passchendaele commemorations I decided ...
Mystery Post Card
Crown Farm Colliery & Forest Town
St Lawrences Church
Alms Houses - Part 2
Mansfield Fire Station
Great socials, pantomimes and childrens parties
Wynndale Drive School Memories from the 1970's
Pleasley and Mansfield
Forest Town Bathing Belles
This photograph first appeared in the Forest Town Crier Community newspaper in September 2005 sent in by Glenis Denly nee ...
When was this taken?
And who is the man?
The Hut on the Tippin.
Recreation Ground, Mansfield
Posted in Etwall on 6th June 1905 to a Miss Eldin, Hundleby, Spilsby, Lincolnshire. Would she have known where the Recreation ...
'Mills, Machines and Memories'
Mansfield Museum celebrates Textile Industry
'Peggs' of Mansfield
Two contrasting items that may be connected, a lovely old photo of Peggs on Church Street, Mansfield and a bottle ...
Mansfield Technical College
Pioneering Surgery at Harlow Wood Hospital
Mansfield General Post Office
We are left with Mysteries
Influential Choir Director
The Sutcliffe Family of Woodhouse,
Early Years in Pleasley Vale.
I worked at Landers from 1968 till it closed, I worked inside the bakery in the bread slicing department. I...
My grandfather James Bower used to take me to visit a friend of his who lived by the dam on...
Station Hill, Station Road, formerly Station Approach..
Well done, Alan. In the early 1950s I worked in the office of British Rail Goods Department. There was a...
Does anyone remember my grandad's shop? It was called MPS Products and it was on Chesterfield Road just 200/300 yards...
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