Lace market Nottingham, no lace factory workers nowadays but still magnificent buildings to see

Lace market Nottingham, no lace factory workers nowadays but still magnificent buildings to see

Lace Market, Nottingham

The Lace Market in Nottingham, is not a market, and does not sell lace! But it is a square full of beautiful buildings. Nottingham needs its own Lace Museum!

Old Houses, St Peter's Gate, Nottingham, 1842  by Reuben Bussey

Old Houses, St Peter's Gate, Nottingham, Reuben Bussey Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery.

Nottingham’s Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Square, adjacent to Milton Street. This view is across Milton Street, over the city towards Nottingham Castle, from the clock tower of Victoria Railway Station. The church was demolished in 1958 to make way for a multi-storey car park, which was pulled down around 2006 and replaced with shops and a new car park. Photo from Ed Dexter.

Nottingham’s Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Square, adjacent to Milton Street…

Trolleybuses in Bulwell Market Place, Nottingham, 1960s

Trolleybuses in Bulwell Market Place, Nottingham, -- double-decker AND electric!

Waverley Building, Nottingham Trent Uni, nee Poly! Nottingham Was the Art College

The School of Art opened on Waverley Street in Nottingham in This now forms part of the City Campus of Nottingham Trent University

Carrington Street/Canal Street junction, Nottingham, 1934. This corner is now the Broadmarsh Bus Station and multi-storey car park.

Carrington Street/Canal Street junction, Nottingham, This corner is now the Broadmarsh Bus Station and multi-storey car park.

Long Row West, Nottingham, c 1865.  The corner of Long Row West and Sheep Lane, before it was widened and renamed Market Street. The Talbot Inn is on the extreme left.

Long Row West, Nottingham, c The corner of Long Row West and Sheep Lane, before it was widened and renamed Market Street. The Talbot Inn is on the extreme left.

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