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Beneath Nottingham Castle, there is a labyrinth of man-made sandstone caves and tunnels that are strongly related to the famous legends of Robin Hood, who was said to use them to escape the Sherriff of Nottingham. <<<There's a Nottingham Castle? Nottingham Caves, Nottingham Castle, Places Around The World, The Places Youll Go, Places To See, Around The Worlds, Formations Rocheuses, Labyrinth, Palaces

Cave App and Trail - Visit Nottinghamshire

Beneath Nottingham Castle, there is a labyrinth of man-made sandstone caves and tunnels that are strongly related to the famous legends of Robin Hood, who was said to use them to escape the Sherriff of Nottingham. Now you can go deeper into Nottingham’s network of man-made caves than ever before, thanks to the brand new Nottingham Caves App.

A look back at the history of Maid Marian Way - 'Europe's ugliest street' - Nottinghamshire Live Nottingham City Centre, Nottingham Uk, Maid Marian, History Photos, Local History, Future City, Birmingham, Old Photos
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Maid Marian way subway kiosk, Nottingham c 1970s This area has since been filled in with concrete and tarmaced over and a pedestrian crossing is now in its place. Photo from Ed Dexter

when a different tram roamed & a different lady waited, Nottinghamshire, Early London Transport, Public Transport, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Nottingham City, Nottingham Council, Nottingham Lace, Old Train Station, Train Stations

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Tram in Nottingham's Old Market Square, early 1930s.

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Another photo showing the Walter Fountain, before it was demolished. This was taken in 1947 from Lister Gate, looking north from the junction with Broad Marsh towards Low Pavement and showing Woolworths, The Sawyers Arms and Marks and Spencer. Uk History, Family History, Nottingham City, Old Street, Find Picture, Historical Photos, Old Photos, Street Photography, Places To See
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See old photos of Carrington Street before the Broadmarsh Centre was built

Carrington Street, one of the most important gateways to Nottingham, is receiving a massive commercial shot in the arm as plans to redevelop the area around the Broadmarsh shopping centre press ahead.

Nottinghamshire history > The History of Mansfield Pictures Of Rocks, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Nottingham Caves, Nottingham City, Crazy Home, Local History, Family History, Poster Boys
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Nottinghamshire history > The History of Mansfield (1894)

An online resource for Nottinghamshire local history, genealogy and archaeology

Maid Marian Way in 1959 before the creation of the dual carriageway running uphill to Derby Road and Nottingham Cathedral Nottingham Forest, Nottingham City, Maid Marian, Local History, Family History, Good Old Times, Amazing Buildings, History Photos, London

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The site of Nottingham’s Maid Marian Way in 1959, before the creation of the dual carriageway running uphill to Derby Road. The Cathedral Church of St. Barnabas spire can be seen behind the soon-to-be-demolished warehouse. The Royal Children pub, with The Salutation behind, are on the right.

“A to when buses used this road in but which road is it? Anyone taking a guess at the date too? Local History, Family History, Nottingham City, Missing Home, Bus Tickets, Historical Images, Past, England, Street View

Wheeler Gate, Nottingham, late 1940s.

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Good old Boots

The entrance to Drury Hill (previously known as Vault Lane) can be seen behind the group of women in this picture from the late or early century taken at the junction of Middle Pavement (left) and Low Pavement (right), viewed from Bridlesmith Gate. Nottingham Pubs, Nottingham City Centre, Nottingham Lace, Vintage London, Old London, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Local History, Family History
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These are the 35 streets that originally made up Nottingham

Most of them still exist today - but often with a different name

Barrasford's Royal Hippodrome Theatre was opened as a variety theatre on September It was built for and operated by Thomas Barrasford, a. Nottingham City, Cinema Theatre, London Transport, Exeter, Natural Disasters, Belfast, Old Photos, Childhood Memories, Past

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Barrasford's Royal Hippodrome Theatre was opened as a variety theatre on 28th September 1906. It was built for and operated by Thomas Barrasford, a...

Main Street, Bulwell, Looking towards Bulwell Market Place, with the original Golden Ball on the left and the original King Billy pub on the right. Main Street, Street View, British Home, Slums, Working Class, Local History, Nottingham, Leicester, The Good Old Days
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Main Street, Bulwell, c1900s. Looking towards Bulwell Market Place, with the original Golden Ball on the left and the original King Billy pub on the right.

Lord and lady Middleton 1912 at Wollaton Hall. Nottingham City, History Photos, Old Pictures, Family History, The Past, London, Park, Royalty, Couple

Lord and lady Middleton 1912 at Wollaton Hall.

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1906. Vehicles in the market place, Nottingham.

Nottingham City Tramcar in Bulwell Market Place - circa 1901 Nottingham City, Mode Of Transport, The Good Old Days, Alter, Times Square, Transportation, The Past, History, Buses

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Tramcar No.11 in Bulwell Market Place, Nottingham, c1901.

Festive looking Old Market Square Nottingham 1952 - - credit Ed Dexter Council Estate, Nottingham City, History Photos, Back In The Day, Cool Photos, Amazing Photos, Photo Credit, The Past, Old Things
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Christmas in the Market Square 1952