How many of these lost things and places of Doncaster in the 80s and 90s can you remember?

We all love a good trip down memory lane, so get set for a trip back to 80s and 90s Doncaster!

Wednesday, 22nd April 2020, 7:45 am
Updated Wednesday, 22nd April 2020, 7:47 am
How much can you recall about Doncaster in the 80s and 90s?
How much can you recall about Doncaster in the 80s and 90s?

We have dipped into our archives once more to remind you of life in the town a few decades back. How many of these lost things and places can you remember?

The Lovers' Statue was a meeting place in the Arndale Centre. The risque sclupture is now in Waterdale.
British Home Stores - did you used to get treated to lunch in the cafe?

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Doncaster's Wimpy - and before that it was Poppins - and before that, The Golden Egg.
Can you remember the pick and mix, the toy department and the cafe?
Cuttriss's model shop in Duke Street. It was later the offices of the Doncaster Star.
The Arndale Centre - long before it became the Frenchgate.
Belle Vue - the former home of Doncaster Rovers. It held its last game in 2006.
Doncaster's ABC Cinema - the building remains but its a long time since a film screening.
Little Nipper buses - the only way to get around town in the 80s and 90s.
Back to the Arndale Centre - can you recall shops such as C&A, Bradley's Records, Chelsea Girl, Victoria Wine and Dewhursts Butchers?
The North Bus Station - these buses are exiting the old bus station, where the Frenchgate tunnels now stand.