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INDUSTRY DURING FIRST WORLD WAR CHILWELL (Q 30036) Munitions workers paint shells in the National Shell Filling Factory at Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, during the First World War.

Q Munitions workers paint shells in the National Shell Filling Factory at Chilwell Nottinghamshire during the First World War. Around 21 August 1917

Lace market Nottingham

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

1849: the first Boots store was opened on Goose Gate, Nottingham (Photo: c.1885).

the first Boots store was opened on Goose Gate, Nottingham (Photo…

Helter Skelter, Goose Fair, Old Market Square, Nottingham, c 1925 Credit: Picture the Past

"If only half of the history that has happened in Nottingham had happened in some other place, that place would be famous;

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

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

Mansfield Road, Sherwood, Nottingham, 1951. From the left; Sherwood Bus Depot (ex tram depot); Ralph Harwood, Chemist; Mrs. E. M. Slater, draper; Nottingham Laundry Co. Ltd.

Nottingham added 26 new photos to the album: Mansfield Road.

Franks newsagent in Broad Marsh in 1969. A timber framed building and one of the last shops in the district before it was demolished to make way for the Broad Marsh Shopping Centre.

Franks newsagent in Broad Marsh in A timber framed building and one of the last shops in the district before it was demolished to make way for the Broad Marsh Shopping Centre.

Theatre Square, Nottingham, c 1895 (courtesy of J Buist).

Theatre Royal, Theatre Square, Nottingham, c