Marsh Farm House, Kirk's Yard, Nottingham, a timber framed house probably dating back to Tudor times. This picture was taken in 1923, shortly before much of this area was demolished.

Marsh Farm House, Kirk's Yard, Nottingham, a timber framed house probably dating back to Tudor times.

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.

Parr's Yard, Finkill Street clearance area, c.1931. This yard is much narrower and darker than Lewis Square, and the houses are smaller. The way out to the main street can be seen in the centre of the photograph. Finkhill Street was between the Narrow Marsh area and Nottingham Castle, roughly at the bottom end of the present-day Maid Marion Way.

Parrs Yard, Page Street 1931 Emily Walker 1911

Narrow Marsh 1913

Narrow Marsh 1913

Manvers Street Caves, Sneinton Hermitage, c 1895. The caves found here, as well as all over Nottingham, are one of the most difficult and intricate problems of local archaeology. Some of them are natural; others are artificial, but date back to prehistoric times, others again are mediaeval or even modern cellars.

Manvers Street Caves, Sneinton Hermitage, Nottingham, c

Frame-knitters houses off Narrow Marsh, Nottingham. C. 1913.

Frame-knitters houses off Narrow Marsh, Nottingham.

Lodging Houses Red Lion St, Narrow Marsh Number 62 - 64

Lodging Houses Red Lion St, Narrow Marsh Number 62 - 64

Narrow Marsh , Nottingham 1900s vs 2015.

Narrow Marsh , Nottingham vs Photo - Ed Dexter.

Popham St, Narrow Marsh 1912

Popham Street, Narrow Marsh, Nottingham, 1912 Looking north

Middle Marsh, Nottingham, c 1893. Looking north from Sussex Street; Narrow Marsh (later Red Lion Street) right. High Pavement Chapel can be seen in the background right.

Middle Marsh, Nottingham, c Looking north from Sussex Street; Narrow Marsh (later Red Lion Street) right. High Pavement Chapel can be seen in the background right.

Nottingham Castle before restoration, showing The River Leen

Nottingham Castle before restoration, showing The River Leen

Sneinton Hermitage, Sneinton, Nottingham, 1901.

Sneinton Hermitage, Sneinton, Nottingham, 1901.

Red Lion Street Demolitions, Narrow Marsh, Nottingham, 1933

Red Lion Street Demolitions, Narrow Marsh, Nottingham, 1933

Narrow Marsh demolitions

Narrow Marsh demolitions

The exterior of the caves on the Broad Marsh development site in March, 1971

The exterior of the caves on the Broad Marsh development site in March, 1971

The final days of the old Narrow Marsh. Much was demolished in 1931.

The final days of the old Narrow Marsh. Much was demolished in

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