RETRO: Street play and schooldays in Doncaster..

These photos stir memories among readers, all featuring Doncastrians, and kindly supplied by Jim Northmore of Bessacarr, in response to our appeal for your old photographs.

Stuart McCall sticks a foot in against Carl Robinson

Sheffield Derby: Friday night's match takes place almost 15 years to the day since this memorable Blades v Owls clash

Next week will see the 15th anniversary of one of the most memorable Sheffield derbies of recent times.
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Arctic scene on the canal of the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation Company yesterday. The boat with German prisoners of war among the crew is breaking ice to enable coal barges to get through to Sheffield power stations. For the last 28 days, the crew, under foreman Sidney Brice, have been starting at dawn each day, sometimes in blizzards and fog, to deal with ice varying in thickness from 1 to 9 inches.
Filed 5 March 1947

Retro Special: A look back at heroism, snow and new homes

One hundred years of changing lives chronicled by The Star Retro - City that suffered in two world wars moved forward by building modern flats but dream of better lives soon shattered as estates fell into decline.

Stonelow Junior School's First World War discoveries

School goes back in time to 1917

Inquisitive youngsters at Stonelow Junior School in Dronfield took a step back in time when they discovered all about the First World War.

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News room

Final farewell to site which recorded city’s proud history

You are reading the last edition of the Sheffield Telegraph to be produced on York Street.

Are you in these Doncaster school photos from 1952?

Are you in these Doncaster school photos from 1952?

The Percy Jackson Grammar School in Woodlands operated as a grammar school from 1939 until 1968. The original Art Deco buildings were demolished in 2013.

Steve Nicol, in his Sheffield Wednesday days

RETRO: The day former Liverpool star Steve Nicol made his Sheffield Wednesday debut...against Everton

On this day: Steve Nicol made his Sheffield Wednesday debut against former derby rivals Everton at Goodison Park in 1995, in a 2-2 draw watched by 35,898 fans.

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Alick Jeffrey - the club's greatest ever player.

Death of Doncaster Rovers’ ‘boy wonder’

Alick Jeffrey, the boy wonder who went on to become Doncaster Rovers best known player, died 17 years ago this month, while on holiday with his wife in Spain.

Brendan Ingle -pictured back in 1969

Sheffield boxing: The day Brendan Ingle quit the ring - and the rest is history

Today is a red-letter day in the history of world boxing.


VIDEO: Barnsley Pals return as Somme memorial art work is brought to life

The Barnsley Pals who died on the first day of the Battle Of The Somme are back on parade - thanks to a new permanent home for an award winning piece of public art and amazing new technology.

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Nineteen to ninety-year-olds at Sheffield school reunion

Nineteen to ninety-year-olds at Sheffield school reunion

Former pupils of Sheffield High School for Girls, including one in her nineties, met for an alumni drinks reception in London.

Naseem Hamed,  1995

The day Naseem Hamed made a promise he couldn’t keep

I’ll be back.

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Collect picture shows Helen Ibbostson with Ronnie Barker & David Jason, Helen used to own the shop on Lister Avenue where The classic tv show Open All Hours staring Ronnie Barker & David Jason was filmed, now 30 years on a christmas special will made staring David Jason as the one time hapless grocery assistant who is now in charge.

Birth of comic genius linked to Doncaster

King of comedy, Ronnie Barker, was born 88 years ago this month.

David Bowie at Roker Park.

Stardust on Doncaster stage

Forty-five years ago, on September 1, the unique and inspirational David Bowie wowed fans in Doncaster when he performed at the Top Rank in Silver Street as part of his Ziggy Stardust and Spiders from Mars tour.


RETRO: One of the finest gunmakers is Sheffield born and bred

One of the finest gunmakers ever known, whose shotguns are still sought after throughout the world, was a Sheffield lad born and bred.


HERITAGE: The proud history of the coal mining industry

In the summer of 1963 my father directed me to the gates of Yorkshire Main Colliery, to follow my older brothers down the mine, little did I know at the time what an incredible journey this would lead to.

Sheffield United v Orient
: Our retro Picture shows Sabella running out for his first match - 19th August 1978

Sheffield United’s version of Diego Maradona

On this day 39 years ago, Alex Sabella made his debut for Sheffield United in a 2–1 defeat against Leyton Orient.

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Ed Clancy celebrates crossing the line as the Great Britain team win gold in the Men's Team Pursuit First Final on the seventh day of the Rio Olympics Games, Brazil.

Retro: Golden treasure this time 12 months ago for Ed Clancy

It was a day to treasure this time last year, for Barnsley hero Ed Clancy.


COLUMNIST: Painting a picture of Lady Denham - the scandal and her demise

This painting, currently on display in Graves Gallery, depicts Margaret Brooke, Lady Denham (1647-67).

Buster Keeton, top left, in 1999 with Ingle gym-mates.

Retro: Brute force Buster arrives on the Sheffield boxing scene

Twenty four years ago, this weekend, Sheffield scrapperJon ‘Buster’ Keeton burst on to the local boxing stage.
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