Edwardian Nottinghamshire in Colour

Our new book Edwardian Nottinghamshire in colour is now available. Bringing the early 20th century to life in colour (usually in black & white or sepia!), it features scenes of Nottingham, suburbs and nearby villages contrasting with views of the same locations today. It is a 128-page A4 softback and is competitively priced at £11.95. The old postcard pictures were published 1904-8 by Albert Hindley of Clumber Street, Nottingham. Scenes go west to Stapleford, north to Hucknall and Oxton, south to Costock and east as far as Bleasby, and feature the city, suburbs and villages in between. Many railway views are included.

The book is available in Nottingham at Waterstones, Dukki, WH Smith and the Tourist Information Centre, and at most local post offices. Alternatively, it can be obtained through our website www.postcardcollecting.co.uk

Brian and Mary Lund
Reflections of a Bygone Age

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