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Mansfield's Repertory Theatre
Mansfield Shoe Company Photographs
Hilda Taylor was born in 1909 and lived on Chaucer Street, Mansfield. On leaving school she went to work at Mansfield ...
A Forest Town Telegram Boys Memories
During the war between 1941 to 1943, I was the unofficial telegram boy in Forest Town. Now for the younger ...
Sherwood Hall School/Samworth Academy
Demolishing the old - Building the new
Major (QM) Mason GK MBE RE
Born in Mansfield 1902
Pleasley Hill Children
Sunday School Anniversary circa 1947/8 and End of War Party
'A good buy'
Mansfield Woodhouse Health Centre
A bit of a mystery
My Aunt Flo..
A Family from Cambridge.
Forest Town Methodist Church
Spa Ponds Nature Reserve, Forest Town
Royal Visit to Mansfield 1977
A Tribute to her Majesty The Queen
The end of an era
Rainworth Footballers at Wembley
Railway Carriages On The Move
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 ...
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 ...
Rugby Union Football Club
Brunts Grammar School, Mansfield
Memorabilia from the 1950's
Doctor Norman Lancelot Tweedie
Hallo Giles. My father, Dr Desmond Tweedie worked with his uncle Dr Lance Tweedie after completing his medical degree at...
Clumber Street 1939
Very interesting article and comments! I lived in Sutton, but attended QEGS (now Queen Elizabeth's Academy) in the 1960's. I...
The Newt Pond in the Old Sand Quarry.
Straight along from the bridge led you along a stone chippings path to Gregory’s Quarry and huts, into the working...
I've just been talking to Alf Ball this morning (3.12.18) about his time with Mansfield Vics during the war years...
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