Over the years the history society has been fortunate enough to receive photographs, letters and documents from local people, which we are pleased to preserve. Sometimes the subject or people cannot be identified, maybe a box is found in an attic or has been passed down in a family and there is no information about the year or circumstances of where it was taken.
So the selection of photographs of people on this gallery page may not be identifiable or we have decided to keep the people anonymous. Places and buildings are easier to identify, and so we hope you enjoy guessing “what and where”
If you have any old photographs that you would like to see in the gallery then please get in touch, we will be updating the selection from time to time.
Local people and families
Around Radcliffe on Trent
The Old Church Hall
Radcliffe on Trent Main Street
A new website from Radcliffe U3A WW1 project has lots of photos and information about local families, read their stories: Radcliffe on Trent and the First World War www.radcliffeontrentww1.org.uk
On the left: John Salmon, Stationmaster, Gladys Breedon, who was a porter. Radclifferailway station
Lamcote House when
The Old Police Station
Bingham Road School
Red Lion pub Water Lane
Arthur Brice and family
Above, a scene outside the Royal Oak showing a horse coach