Mansfield's shops we have loved and lost

In pictures - Mansfield's lost high street shops

Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 12:44 pm
Updated Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 2:13 pm
Westgate, Mansfield, 1982

It's tough on the high street at the moment, but over the years many local stores have closed. Which ones do you miss most?

1963, Linneys, George Mason and JP Higham shops on Westgate.
An image taken in 1965 showing work on the CO-OP building, now Beales on the right. On the left are buildings before the Four Seasons was built.

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Milletts on Westgate, 1984. Now McDonald's.
Former CO-OP building on Stockwell Gate, now Nova Cafe and Beales.
Zodiac Toys, Four Seasons. Picture taken in 1980.
This 1972 image shows a Food Centre shop, which is now The Green Dragon, and Boots which became Dickie Dirts but is now empty.
Leckenbys on Leeming Street, which later became Wigfalls.
Wigfalls on Leeming Street.
Littlewoods, Four Seasons. Picture taken in 1981.
Woolworths on Westgate, now New Look.
Revolver record shop in the Four Seasons, now an empty coffee shop.
BHS store on Westgate.
An image from 1969 which shows Dolcis shoes, now TUI Thomson travel agents, and John Collier tailors, which is now Green Bottles coffee lounge on Westgate.
This 1980 image taken in the Four Seasons shows Syd Booths on the right.
Westgate in the 1990s shows the Currys store, which is now Clarks.
Elizabeth Morley, on the corner of Leeming Street and Toothill Lane, closed last year.