Nostalgia

It was 28 years ago - are you featured in our Huddersfield nostalgia pictures from 1986

Ready to set off in the prams on circular route from Leeds Road, Bradford Road and Bradley Road are Tracy Daly (left) and Karen Dooley

Historic wooden pavilion being demolished close to Gibson Mill on the Hardcastle Crags estate in Hebden Bridge

National Trust reveals that 90% of the wood is completely rotten

World Cup medal won by former Huddersfield Town defender Ray Wilson up for auction

Rare soccer memorabilia up for grabs with six figure guide price

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It was 28 years ago - are you featured in our Huddersfield nostalgia pictures from 1986

Ready to set off in the prams on circular route from Leeds Road, Bradford Road and Bradley Road are Tracy Daly (left) and Karen Dooley

Historic wooden pavilion being demolished close to Gibson Mill on the Hardcastle Crags estate in Hebden Bridge

National Trust reveals that 90% of the wood is completely rotten

World Cup medal won by former Huddersfield Town defender Ray Wilson up for auction

Rare soccer memorabilia up for grabs with six figure guide price

The boys are back in town: Ivy Street gang celebrates golden years of fun and games at 30th reunion

Eleven members of the long-running group, who met almost every night when they were growing up, met to reminisce

Nostalgia: it's 1990 in Huddersfield - are you pictured?

We had technical problems that meant we couldn't bring you all the pictures yesterday - but they're solved and you can now see our full gallery of pictures

Walter Whiting from Almondbury, Huddersfield, granted 'second life' after he was badly wounded and captured in Korea

Photo in The Huddersfield Examiner sparks poignant memories

Poignant tribute to Larrett Roebuck - Huddersfield Town footballer killed in France a century ago

Memories of a footbaling hero of the WWI trenches

Amazing story of pop band and pirate radio station manager Reg Calvert who was shot dead in 1966

Row over radio mast led to fatal argument with Major Oliver Smedley

Nostalgia: It's September and October 1985 - are you pictured in our gallery?

It was almost 30 years ago that we snapped these pictures - take a look and see who you recognise

World premire at LBT for play about Huddersfield's conscientious objectors during World War One

Based on book called Comrades In Conscience by Huddersfield historian Cyril Pearce

Huddersfield nostalgia pictures from October 1988 - who do you recognise?

The clothes and hair may have changed but have the faces? Are you or your school friends pictured?

The 1960s have been voted Britain's most defining decade

Swinging sixties voted most defining decade of the 20th century

Check out the decade's most defining moments and listen to the records voted the best of the era

Tragedy of Paddock brothers Victor and Fred Rayner who lost their lives in World War One

Victor had survived the battle of Mons, was wounded, captured and escaped

Nostalgia: This week we take a look back at who was making the pages of the Examiner in September, 1986

Miss Examiner Tracy O’Hehir judged the floats and fancy dress when Golcar Royal British Legion Club celebrated its diamond jubilee with a parade and carnival

Huddersfield Local History Society publicity officer David Griffiths

Former Colne Valley MP David Clark to give public talk on early Labour pioneers in the Huddersfield area

Talk first in a series by Huddersfield Local History Society

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

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It was 28 years ago - are you featured in our Huddersfield nostalgia pictures from 1986

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