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.

bomb crater

Bombing raid leaves crater in Birkenhead

Plus, Queen and Prince Philip attend opening of Tyne and Wear Metro; Manchester United and Oxford United clash in Division One match; and food rationing started this week back in 1939

Manchester novelist Winston Graham relaxing in his garden, October 1985

Winston Graham

iNostalgia remembers ‘the most successful unknown novelist in England’ – Poldark author Winston Graham

Martin O'Neill

Manchester City’s Martin O’Neill tries to evade Arsenal’s Brian Talbot

Plus, Oswald Mosley, the founder of the British Union of Fascists, arrives in Manchester to deliver a speech at Belle Vue.

Goodison Park

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. This week Everton players are training at Goodison Park. The date is January 25th 1955.

The Thomas Hedley and Company soap works in Trafford Park, 1956

Trafford Quiz

To celebrate the #OurTrafford Festival, our nostalgia quiz this week brings back memories of Trafford – including football, industry, wartime spirit and even royal visits!

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FA Cup at St George’s Hall

FA Cup at St George’s Hall

Then and Now this week shows Liverpool fans in their thousands crowding into St George’s Place in May 1965 to see Liverpool bring back the FA Cup. Liverpool, managed by Bill Shankly and led by Ron Yeats, had defeated Leeds 2-1 at Wembley in a closely-fought match that went to extra time.

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FA Cup at St George’s Hall

Then and Now this week shows Liverpool fans in their thousands crowding into St George’s Place in May 1965 to see Liverpool bring back the FA Cup. Liverpool, managed by Bill Shankly and led by Ron Yeats, had defeated Leeds 2-1 at Wembley in a closely-fought match that went to extra time.

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Manchester City forward Brian Kidd goes for the ball in the First Division match against Queens Park Rangers at Maine Road.

Watching his acrobatics during the 0-0 draw are team-mates Denis Tueart, centre, and Gary Owen. Kidd played for Manchester United from 1967 to 1974, before joining Arsenal then City. Kidd also went to Everton Football Club and Bolton Wanderers Official before he ventured off to the USA to play for Fort Lauderdale and Minnesota Strikers.

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Manchester City forward Brian Kidd goes for the ball in the First Division match against Queens Park Rangers at Maine Road.

Watching his acrobatics during the 0-0 draw are team-mates Denis Tueart, centre, and Gary Owen. Kidd played for Manchester United from 1967 to 1974, before joining Arsenal then City. Kidd also went to Everton Football Club and Bolton Wanderers Official before he ventured off to the USA to play for Fort Lauderdale and Minnesota Strikers. 

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Around Manchester in the 1950s!

Our 160 page e-book featuring a unique collection of more than 200 unmissable photographs and memories from the Manchester Evening News!

Relive the great times of the 50s and share your memories with friends and loved ones.

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Around Manchester in the 1950s! 

Our 160 page e-book featuring a unique collection of more than 200 unmissable photographs and memories from the Manchester Evening News!

Relive the great times of the 50s and share your memories with friends and loved ones. 
 
📚 http://bit.ly/Manchester1950sBook

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70+ Years ago and I can STILL SMELL the Elephant house. 😮

Bellview zoo went as a child in The 50s

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