Nostalgia

Playtime... community constable PC Adrian Denby tests the slide in Reinwood Infant and Nursery School's new play area.

The best days of your life? Take a look at our nostalgia pictures from 1990 and see who you recognise

Evocative pictures from almost a quarter of a century ago - was it really that long?

In pictures: Huddersfield Town's 1928 FA Cup final with Blackburn Rovers - from above!

Amazing shots come to light of the national stadium packed as Town battled for the cup

Huddersfield nostalgia from 1987 - are you pictured?

Andrew Hasler, 18 (right), and Simon Milling, 17, are leaders at Outlane Methodist Association of Youth Clubs. They dressed up as convicts in September 1987 and were sponsored to see how far away they could get in 24 hours.
Take a look back at what was happening 27 years ago in our town

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Playtime... community constable PC Adrian Denby tests the slide in Reinwood Infant and Nursery School's new play area.

The best days of your life? Take a look at our nostalgia pictures from 1990 and see who you recognise

Evocative pictures from almost a quarter of a century ago - was it really that long?

In pictures: Huddersfield Town's 1928 FA Cup final with Blackburn Rovers - from above!

Amazing shots come to light of the national stadium packed as Town battled for the cup

Andrew Hasler, 18 (right), and Simon Milling, 17, are leaders at Outlane Methodist Association of Youth Clubs. They dressed up as convicts in September 1987 and were sponsored to see how far away they could get in 24 hours.

Huddersfield nostalgia from 1987 - are you pictured?

Take a look back at what was happening 27 years ago in our town

Examiner nostalgia: This week we look back to September 1991 - Are you in our picture gallery?

Studying the route they were to take for a sponsored cycle ride in 1991 were Owen Apsinall, Richard Saville and Peter Dawson

Huddersfield soldier Thomas Webb's story of escape behind enemy lines in the Battle of Mons in August 1914

After hiding in woods for days the lance corporal managed to make his way back home

Memories of the unbeatable Deighton Secondary Modern football team in the mid 1960s

One of the players, John Wilkinson, who used to play for Emley went to play professionally in New Zealand

The Calderdale heroes behind a Great war hospital

New exhibition on Calderdale's war efforts

Examiner nostalgia: This week we look back to August 1988 - Are you in our picture gallery?

Enjoying all the fun of the summer holidays in Huddersfield are Tony Cohen and Jackie and Tony Lee, who obviously had a head for fashion at the Brook Street market centenary

Examiner reader Julia Hinchliffe unearths information about WW1 Huddersfield soldier James Schofield Wilson

Tragedy in Flanders two years after he married May Moxon from Lascelles Hall

Nostalgia: Take a look back in time to the pages of the Huddersfield Examiner in August 1985 - Are you pictured?

The dogs with a waggiest tail, the friendliest face and best legs went on show at Greenhead Park in the annual Exemption Dog Show

British soldiers negotiating a shell-cratered, Winter landscape along the River Somme in late 1916 after the close of the Allied offensive

Were many soldiers from Kirkheaton killed in World War One orphans?

Researchers probing their backgrounds say their past throws up more questions than answers

Parchments relating to World War One soldier James Schofield Wilson

Bid to trace history of World War One soldier James Schofield Wilson

Old parchments found in shed on Wakefield Road in Lepton, Huddersfield

Lindley man Roger Carter's gripping memories of his wartime father who died in 'friendly fire' on a bombing raid over Germany

His father Donovan died instantaneously after the Lancaster was hit by a 4,000 pound bomb

Search on for more information on family tree stretching from Huddersfield to Australia with a strong Irish connection

Are descendants still living in Huddersfield?

When reggae came to Huddersfield

The part Huddersfield played in the evolution of Jamaican sound systems is celebrated in a new book.

Yorkshire county cricketer Keith Gillhouley from Huddersfield celebrating 80th birthday

Slow left-arm bowler from Crosland Moor who graduated to Headingley

Commemorations around the centenary of World War I have given a boost to communities and families wanting to research their history

Kirkheaton Parish Church prepares for special exhibition

Photographs from Duke of Wellington's regiment WW1 scrap books.

The Road to War: Duke of Wellington regiment 2nd Battalion commander's diaries in the days ahead of deployment to France

Led by commanding officer Lt Col James A.C. Gibbs, the battalion – in scorching heat – prepared for mobilisation. Here extracts from the diaries of Lt Col Gibbs offers a snapshot of army life before the horrors unfolded

Scrapbooks provide fascinating insight into World War I

Memorabilia includes leaflet on avoiding frostbite and Tykes' songsheet

Momentous day the Duke of Wellington's Regiment first saw action in World War One

Story of the Mons drum but mystery surrounds how it didn't fall into enemy hands

Videos & Photos

Playtime... community constable PC Adrian Denby tests the slide in Reinwood Infant and Nursery School's new play area.

The best days of your life? Take a look at our nostalgia pictures from 1990 and see who you recognise

Heather Croft and her home in Slaithwaite

Property of the Week: Crimble Bank in Slaithwaite

In pictures: Huddersfield Town's 1928 FA Cup final with Blackburn Rovers - from above!

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