First In The Fight

Tells the compelling stories of twenty radical Manchester women alongside beautiful illustrations by the Women in Print collective. Available now from our online book store or via our order hotline on 01928 503777.

Around Manchester in the 1970s

A unique collection of more than 300 unmissable photographs and memories from the Manchester Evening News Archives. Available now from our online book store or via our order hotline on 01928 503777.

Belle Vue : Manchester's Playground

Bringing Belle Vue back to life, this tells the story of the North West’s best-loved attraction through our stunning and unmissable photographs. Available now from our online book store or via our order hotline on 01928 503777.

Around Merseyside in the 1960s

There are many unmissable images from the Swinging Sixties in Clive Hardy’s brilliant book Around Liverpool and Merseyside in the 1960s. Available now from our online book store or via our order hotline on 01928 503777.

The Changing Face of Manchester

Shot as close to the original images as possible by photographer Justin Garner, you are able to see how much Manchester has changed over the decades through these side-by-side images. Available now from our online book store or via our order hotline on 01928 503777.

Around Manchester in the 1960s

A unique collection of more than 300 unmissable photographs and memories from the Manchester Evening News Archives. Available now from our online book store or via our order hotline on 01928 503777.

Around Newcastle & Tyneside in the 1970s

This fantastic archive of the Newcastle Chronicle and Journal, and the Daily Mirror captures the life and times of Newcastle and Tyneside during the decade. Available now from our online book store or via our order hotline on 01928 503777.

Around Manchester in the 1950s

A unique collection of more than 300 unmissable photographs and memories from the Manchester Evening News Archives. Available now from our online book store or via our order hotline on 01928 503777.

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Welcome to Then and Now, where each week we compare images of Manchester streets, landmarks and buildings from bygone days with how they look today. Our main image this week may look like a doctor’s waiting room, but it is actually the international...

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Welcome again to Then and Now, where each week we compare images of Merseyside streets, landmarks and buildings from bygone days with how they look today. Our striking main image this week shows a child sitting on a pavement in front of rows of terraced...

Liverpool’s Ray Kennedy gives Manchester City’s Colin Bell the slip….

…plus schoolboy golf champion Justin Rose jets out of Manchester Airport, and the football managers paying their respects to Bobby Charlton at his testimonial match

A relaxed Elvis Costello pictured in his local pub, April 1999

Elvis Costello

iNostalgia remembers how a Bootle bank clerk became one of Britain’s most influential singer-songwriters

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A pensive Ryan Giggs in second senior season with the Red Devils…

…plus, Spurs winger Ralph Coates looks on as Manchester City go on the attack, and Salford playwright Shelagh Delaney is pictured on opening night at Queen’s Hotel, Manchester

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Airport Departure Lounge

Airport Departure Lounge

Welcome to Then and Now, where each week we compare images of Manchester streets, landmarks and buildings from bygone days with how they look today. Our main image this week may look like a doctor’s waiting room, but it is actually the international...

read more
Hartor Close

Hartor Close

Welcome again to Then and Now, where each week we compare images of Merseyside streets, landmarks and buildings from bygone days with how they look today. Our striking main image this week shows a child sitting on a pavement in front of rows of terraced...

read more

Then and Now

Airport Departure Lounge

Welcome to Then and Now, where each week we compare images of Manchester streets, landmarks and buildings from bygone days with how they look today. Our main image this week may look like a doctor’s waiting room, but it is actually the international...

read more

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15 hours ago

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September 23rd 1998: Schoolboy golf champion Justin Rose jets out of Manchester for Heathrow after shooting to prominence at the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
He holed a shot from the rough from 50 yards out for a birdie on the 18th hole to finish in joint fourth place at the age of 17. His performance earned him the silver medal for the lowest-scoring amateur.
As a professional, Rose has won the US Open as well as a gold medal in the 2006 Olympics at Rio de Janeiro.
He has also played in six Ryder Cup competitions, ending up on the winning European team on no less than five occasions.
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September 23rd 1998: Schoolboy golf champion Justin Rose jets out of Manchester for Heathrow after shooting to prominence at the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
He holed a shot from the rough from 50 yards out for a birdie on the 18th hole to finish in joint fourth place at the age of 17. His performance earned him the silver medal for the lowest-scoring amateur.
As a professional, Rose has won the US Open as well as a gold medal in the 2006 Olympics at Rio de Janeiro.
He has also played in six Ryder Cup competitions, ending up on the winning European team on no less than five occasions.

3 days ago

iNostalgia

September 18th 1972:

Two managers who helped shape British football pay their respects to Manchester United midfielder Bobby Charlton, left, at his Old Trafford testimonial match.

They are Leeds United boss Don Revie, centre, and Liverpool manager Bill Shankly.

Revie was Manchester City’s deep-lying centre forward (and captain) from 1951 to 1956. He made 148 league appearances for the Blues, scoring 35 goals.
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September 18th 1972: 
Two managers who helped shape British football pay their respects to Manchester United midfielder Bobby Charlton, left, at his Old Trafford testimonial match.
They are Leeds United boss Don Revie, centre, and Liverpool manager Bill Shankly.
Revie was Manchester City’s deep-lying centre forward (and captain) from 1951 to 1956. He made 148 league appearances for the Blues, scoring 35 goals.

 

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3 legends. ⚽

Bill Shankly was a gent

3 days ago

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Half a century ago in upstate New York, former Hollies’ vocalist Graham Nash found himself on one of the biggest stages in music history with a band that had played its first gig only the day before.

See how well you remember Nash and the Manchester music scene of the 1960s and 70s in our latest nostalgia quiz – and compare your score with friends.

https://inostalgia.co.uk/nostalgia-quizzes/…
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Half a century ago in upstate New York, former Hollies’ vocalist Graham Nash found himself on one of the biggest stages in music history with a band that had played its first gig only the day before.
See how well you remember Nash and the Manchester music scene of the 1960s and 70s in our latest nostalgia quiz – and compare your score with friends.
https://inostalgia.co.uk/nostalgia-quizzes/graham-nash-quiz/

 

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I wasn’t impressed at how he turned his back on the Hollies. At least, that’s how it appeared.

Loved the Hollies

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Sept 14th 1967: Manchester United winger George Best celebrates the opening of his Manchester boutique Edwardia with a glass of champagne.
The shop, a joint venture with Best’s footballing pal Mike Summerbee of Manchester City, proved popular with fans who flocked to its opening.

Bobby Charlton, August 1962.
Pictured during training, Charlton played for Manchester United from 1956 - 1973. In total he scored 199 goals, and appeared a record 606 times.
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This week’s #quiz remembers the TV shows from the #1970s onwards, how much do you remember?
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