PICTURE GALLERY: Doncaster in the 70s, 80s and 90s

St Sepulchre Gate in the 1970s
St Sepulchre Gate in the 1970s
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You’ve been soaking up our feast of nostalgia picture galleries in recent days - so get set for another stroll down memory lane.
We’ve delved back into our archives once more to dig out some photographs of how Doncaster town centre used to look in days gone by.

There’s pictures from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s on offer here - long disappeared stores, roads now lost to pedestrianisation - plenty of places that will bring the memories flooding back.

Baxtergate in 1998.

Baxtergate in 1998.

We’ve taken a tour around the town centre to show you how things used to be, from St Sepulchre Gate to Baxtergate, Trafford Way to Scot Lane - they are all here.

So enjoy another stroll back into the past with us.

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Cleveland Street in 2003.''.

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Mary Freemantle shop in Cleveland Street in the early 1980s.

Mary Freemantle shop in Cleveland Street in the early 1980s.

Scot Lane, Doncaster in the late 1980s.

Scot Lane, Doncaster in the late 1980s.

Buses in St Sepulchre Gate outside the Arndale Centre,

Buses in St Sepulchre Gate outside the Arndale Centre,

Robert Charles Furnishings in Trafford Way in 1999.

Robert Charles Furnishings in Trafford Way in 1999.

Silver Street in the 1970s.

Silver Street in the 1970s.

The Arndale Centre in the early 1980s.

The Arndale Centre in the early 1980s.

These eye-catching mannequins were all the rage at La Freek in Nether Hall Road in 2000.

These eye-catching mannequins were all the rage at La Freek in Nether Hall Road in 2000.