Mansfield, Nottinghamshire
Photos, Maps, Books and Memories

Historic maps of Mansfield and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

It Was A Miracle

I entered Harlow Wood in December 1939. I was 3 at the time. I left 3 yreas later unable to walk but cured of TB. I was under a Mr Campbell, the orthopaedic specialist. When I returned fro frequent checks. I remember he always greeted my mother and me with the words "Here comes the miracle boy". Thankfully I have had a full & happy life and God willing have a few more miles to cover yet.

A memory of Mansfield

Meden Bank, Station Hill

I am trying to find old photos or maps of 50 Meden Bank, Station Hill, Nr Mansfield, from 1920's to 1935 any thing related to that area, where my mum grew up.She always had fond memories of growing up there.

My Time In Harlow Wood &Nbsp;

I was in Harlow Wood Hospital on and off for about 3years, first in Ward 1 which was a boys' and men's ward, it was also called Portland Ward, and Sister Langton was in charge. I was about 10 and when I first went in I was surprised that they had school every day. Then I went into Ward 9, Sister Williams was in ...Read full memory

A memory of Mansfield by John Hutley