Old Market Square Reborn
Taken in March 2007 just after completion of the 7 million pound redevelopment of Nottingham's Old Market Square by architects Gustafson Porter. OMS is the second largest square in the UK after Trafalgar square.
See old photos of Carrington Street before the Broadmarsh Centre was built
Carrington Street, one of the most important gateways to Nottingham, is receiving a massive commercial shot in the arm as plans to redevelop the area around the Broadmarsh shopping centre press ahead.
The Flying Horse Pub
Remember it? How on earth could they allow its destruction. More crimes of the 1970 Planners. I remember the glass panel in the bar floor where you could see the cellars below. When did it finish trading as a pub? What do you remember about the place?
The photos of Burtons Arcade, decked out with Christmas lights, were taken by my late father in law, Ernest Hibbert. Ernie worked as a joiner with Nottingham City Transport, post-1945 and in his spare time was an enthusiastic amateur photographer. He took many photos of Nottingham during the deva...
Nottinghamshire history > G. C. A. Austin, Early Recollections of Nottingham Marketplace (c1960)
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