iNostalgia remembers a unique form of peaceful protest pioneered by Liverpool legend John Lennon and his partner Yoko Ono.read more
iNostalgia looks back at Liverpool TV programmes of the 1970s and 80s, complete with alcoholic milkshakes, deposed dictators and grizzled sea captains!read more
iNostalgia looks back on the career of Leigh-born singer-songwriter and musician Georgie Fame.read more
..plus, Man City take on Palace in Division Two match, and the fight is over for the “Manchester Midget”.read more
…plus, Man City’s Joe Corrigan gets medics attention, and Wigan’s Tommy Gore scores against Chelsea at Stamford Bridgeread more
iNostalgia remembers Manchester TV dramas of the 1970s and 80s, including the timeless Travelling Man and Making Out with Margi Clarke.read more
Then and Now
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.
Three different types of transport are pictured alongside each other in our main image of Piccadilly in 1915.
First in line and partly obscured, is a trolley-bus. It was, quite simply, a double-decker run on electricity through trolley poles.
An environmental dream, the trolley-bus was quiet, fume-free and more flexible in traffic than a tram. It could also accelerate like a sports car and stop on a sixpence!
Your Return Ticket to the Past
iNostalgia is a small publishing company based in Manchester. We’re a group of experienced publishers, editors and writers who believe passionately in recording local heritage
Progress Centre, Charlton Place, Manchester, M12 6HS
0161 273 2800