PC Tug Wilson in the Old Market Square, Nottingham, 1970s...he was very much respected...everyone knew him.

PC Tug Wilson in the Old Market Square, Nottingham, Long arm of the law: PC Dennis "Tug" Wilson was a familiar sight in Nottingham city centre until the early

Black Boy Hotel, Long Row, Nottingham.  An inn had stood on this sight for many years when it was rebuilt by Fothergill in 1887-88. He later extended and added to the hotel in 1897. With its massive central tower with dark wooden gables and a Bavarian balcony with a dark wood balustrade, it was a major landmark in Nottingham city centre until its demolition in the late 1960s.

Black Boy Hotel, Long Row, Nottingham. An inn had stood on this sight for many years when it was rebuilt by Fothergill in 1887-88. He later extended and added to the hotel in 1897. With its massive central tower with dark wooden gables and a Bavarian balcony with a dark wood balustrade, it was a major landmark in Nottingham city centre until its demolition in the late 1960s.

Thurland Street Tunnel or as its otherwise known, Victoria Street Tunnel and Weekday Cross Tunnel, is a 19 Chains (418 yards) long tunnel originally built by the Great Central Railway to take it from the viaducts at Weekday Cross Junction underneath Nottingham City Centre and out into the site of the former Nottingham

Thurland Street Tunnel or as its otherwise known, Victoria Street Tunnel and Weekday Cross Tunnel, is a 19 Chains (418 yards) long tunnel originally built by the Great Central Railway to take it from the viaducts at Weekday Cross Junction underneath Nottingham City Centre and out into the site of the former Nottingham

Thurland Street Tunnel or as its otherwise known, Victoria Street Tunnel and Weekday Cross Tunnel, is a 19 Chains (418 yards) long tunnel originally built by the Great Central Railway to take it from the viaducts at Weekday Cross Junction underneath Nottingham City Centre and out into the site of the former Nottingham

Thurland Street Tunnel or as its otherwise known, Victoria Street Tunnel and Weekday Cross Tunnel, is a 19 Chains (418 yards) long tunnel originally built by the Great Central Railway to take it from the viaducts at Weekday Cross Junction underneath Nottingham City Centre and out into the site of the former Nottingham

Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel **** | Hotel Lace Market Nottingham | OFFICIAL SITE

Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel ****

Welcome to the Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel, a 4 star luxury boutique hotel located in the heart of Nottingham near Lace Market and Square Market.

Nottingham General Hospital, History a BBC Radio Nottingham Programme, March 1982 - YouTube

A short film of some Nottingham City Centre locations shot in It starts in the Old Market Square. The we see the new Victoria Centre.

Skating at Nottingham's City Centre

Britain's most Christmassy towns

Skating at Nottingham's City Centre

Long Row East , Black Boy Hotel, c 9 October 1969.  An inn had stood on this sight for many years when it was rebuilt by Watson Fothergill in 1887-88. He later extended and added to the hotel in 1897. With its massive central tower with dark wooden gables and a Bavarian balcony with a dark wood balustrade, it was a major landmark in Nottingham city centre until its demolition in the late 1960s. It was replaced by the concrete 1960s  Littlewoods shop.

Long Row East , Black Boy Hotel, c 9 October 1969. An inn had stood on this sight for many years when it was rebuilt by Watson Fothergill in 1887-88. He later extended and added to the hotel in 1897. With its massive central tower with dark wooden gables and a Bavarian balcony with a dark wood balustrade, it was a major landmark in Nottingham city centre until its demolition in the late 1960s. It was replaced by the concrete 1960s Littlewoods shop.

Queens Chambers, Nottingham - Nottingham architect Watson Fothergill built Queens Chambers in 1897. Photo by M3Wheels

Queens Chambers, Nottingham - Nottingham architect Watson Fothergill built Queens Chambers in Photo by

Nottingham City Centre 1960's

Nottingham City Centre 1960's

The map below is one of the best I have found for illustrating the once extensive, varied and complicated railway network that occupied the city centre area of Nottingham.    The photos below give a photographic record of the old Great Central Mainline as it left Thurland Street

The Great Central Mainline & Nottingham City Center -

Nottingham City Centre 1986 - YouTube

Short video I shot back in 1986 of Nottingham City Centre around Christmas time.

Aerial view of Nottingham city centre, with the newly built Council House in the middle of the picture, circa 1928.

Aerial view of Nottingham city centre, with the newly built Council House in the middle of the picture, circa

Nottingham City Centre 1985 - YouTube - Interesting but it swoops and pans about so fast it makes you giddy.

The video shows the city centre at that time including shots of Market Squ.

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