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World War One realities pictured: 30 emotive images
In the week that communities up and down the country fell silent to remember fallen servicemen and women, we've gathered 30 images from World War One as we mark the centenary
St. Nicholas' Rectory, Castle Gate, Nottingham. This 'muscular' home for the Rector was built in 1886 right next door to St. Nicholas' Church. The conical centre tower dominated the facade, and 'brooding' dormer window, tall ornate chimneys, and string courses of blue bricks gave the house its typical Fothergill style. It was demolished in 1958 as part of the construction of one of Britain's most unlovely pieces of road - Maid Marion Way.
Tug Wilson, Commemorative Plaque?
I always thought there should be a plaque to commemorate Tug somewhere on the Square. Theres even a plaque to commemorate Frank the Xylophone Man! Is there one for Tug? Tug is mentioned in many places here, and is held in high regard. What do you recon that we have a whip round and try to arrange...
Former Cuckson, Hazeldine and... © Andrew Abbott
Lace manufacturers building erected by Watson Fothergill in 1897 for Cuckson, Hazeldine and Manderfield Warehouse on Barker Gate.
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