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Fantastic pictures of Radford. I grew up on cobden street in the 80s after it was all redeveloped and I love looking at these old photos of what it was like before. I remember the Raleigh factory being knocked down and we had an amazing building site to play on while they built all those new houses. Happy days
A very evocative image for me since the corrugated windon to the extreme right of the photograph was my grandma's house where I spent school holidays with her since both my parents went out to work all day. This was in the late 1950s and early to 1960s. I cherish the memories of days playing in the streets, watching Noel Gordon's 'Lunchbox' on the tv mid-day and William Tell played by Conrad Philipps on children's hour at 4pm. Anyone else recall their childhood days in Denman Street because I'd love to hear from you...!
My grandma Hindley lived in Plimsoll Terrace and I stayed with her in the school holidays when a young child in the late 1950s and early 1960s so the photograph is very evocative for me...
As a writer and historian I would love to hear from anyone else who lived in the environs of Denman Street.
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Think this is Lyndhurst Road, I've submitted a suggestion. Great photo!
I always noticed that spelling mistake and how the guy tried to put it right. Its great to go round there now its open. They still keep finding out more about the history of it. They recently found an 'Oubliette' dating back to the 12th century. Complete with skeletons.I always take my friends there.
Watson Fothergill or Fothergill Watson. I love his work. He was a brilliant architect. When I moved to Nottingham I knew who he was and sought out all the remaining buildings.
Great picture. I really love seeing old photos. I take a lot. They are priceless.