Nottingham castle's famous Robin Hood statue, until now. It is the work of James Woodford back in 1952.

Nottingham Castle and caves inside Sherwood Forest. The famous Robin Hood statue created by James Woodford back in

Robin Hood and Maid Marian statue, Edwinstowe, Nottingham, UK - Part of Sherwood Forest, north of Nottingham, where legend says Robin Hood lived. In the forest  there is a giant old Oak - known as Robin Hood's tree - where Robin Hood supposedly hid from the Sherriff of Nottingham's men.

The Robin Hood and Maid Marian statue, Nottingham, England

Office, Nottingham UK by zoreil A Watson Fothergill designed building. See more on the website http://www.watsonfothergill.co.uk/

The offices of the Victorian architect Watson Fothergill on George Street, Nottingham, UK

Palermo style @SolidorLtd  Composite Door in Anthracite grey with Stainless Steel 1800mm Handle and brushed aluminium hardware. Anthracite Grey Upvc double glazed windows a rated a standard. Installed in Nuthall, Nottingham. For a free quotation call us on 01158 660066 visit http://www.thenottinghamwindowcompany.co.uk or pop into our West Bridgford showroom.

Palermo style @SolidorLtd Composite Door in Anthracite grey with Stainless Steel 1800mm Handle and brushed aluminium hardware. Anthracite Grey Upvc double glazed windows a rated a standard. Installed in Nuthall, Nottingham. For a free quotation call us on 01158 660066 visit http://www.thenottinghamwindowcompany.co.uk or pop into our West Bridgford showroom.

Nottingham rail poster from 1953.

Poster BR 'Nottingham - Travel There In Rail Comfort' by Kerry Lee D/R size. A collage of famous buildings and local amenities/activities. Published by British Railways London Midland Region and printed by Waterlow & Sons.

The Peak District is not known for its waterfalls, but these hidden gems are definitely worth going off the beaten tourist track for.

3 Peak District waterfall walks not to miss

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