46251 'City of Nottingham' on Swindon shed 9-5-64 after bringing an RCTS special from Nottingham. Photo via Fotorus

46251 'City of Nottingham' on Swindon shed after bringing an RCTS special from Nottingham. Love seeing old steam trains like this!

Boots, High Street, Nottingham, 1970.

View all the latest pictures in the gallery, Nottingham's old and lost shops in pictures, on Nottingham Post.

Market Square, looking towards King and Queen Street, Nottingham, 1920s.

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Market Square, looking towards King and Queen Street, Nottingham,

Snow - this reminds me of the town of Nottingham, England - you expect the song "Chim Chimney Cherie" from Merry Poppins to start playing, and the chimney sweeps to pop up and start dancing!!!

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Snow covered rooftops in the beautiful old city of Bern in Switzerland. saw this in a dream before! also reminds me of harry potter for some reason, even though I've never read the books.

Station Street, Nottingham, looking towards Carrington Street, c 1890's.

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Carlton Street and Goose Gate, Nottingham, 1950, looking east towards Goose Gate, at the junction with George Street on the left.

Carlton Street and Goose Gate, Nottingham, looking east towards Goose Gate, at the junction with George Street on the left.

Market Square, Nottingham, 1920s.

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“Old photos as requested - Old Market Square with stalls this time.

Old Market Square Nottingham UK. One of the earliest photos of it ever known from 1880's.

Old Market Square Nottingham UK. One of the earliest photos from the

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.

A quest has begun to trace a family pictured in a set of photographs taken in Nottingham's slums in 1969. One of the pictures, taken by Roger Mayne, was used on the cover of a book about poverty which used St Ann's, a district of the city, as a case study. The houses were later demolished and the families were relocated. Anna Douglas, who curated an exhibition of the photographs, said she was desperate to find the people.

Attempts to trace 'slum' family

Milton Street, Nottingham, 1895. Looking south towards Parliament Street and Trinity Square with entrance to Charlotte Street on the left. Taken before construction of the Victoria Railway Station on the area to the left, now occupied by the Victoria Shopping Centre.

Milton Street, Nottingham, Looking south towards Parliament Street and…

New yard, Bendigo, Nottingham's 'bare knuckle fighter', retired to a cottage here. His house is on the right half way up the yard. New Yard is now called Trinity Walk

New yard, Bendigo, Nottingham's 'bare knuckle fighter', retired to a cottage here. New Yard is now called Trinity Walk

King Edward Street, Nottingham, 1954.

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“King Edward Street in Palais club can be seen on right, later known as Oceana.

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