Nylon stockings were still short supply after the war – but you could get some from B&M if you were lucky...
This week we roll back the years with photos from the 1920s and the 1960s, plus the usual snippets from the last century in 'Looking back'.
Nineteenth century artist painted old hostelry which was situated on the town's Watergate.
Journal reader Roy sent in this old snap of himself and workmates working on one of Grantham's iconic buildings.
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We begin with Terry Bly's Grantham FC looking forward to a season which featured the inaugural FA Trophy competition...
We think the angle of this picture obscures the north-south bypass. What's your view?
Join us as we cast our minds back to the Grantham of years gone by with Memory Lane, plus find out what was going on 10, 25, 50 and 100 years ago.
Stoke Rochford businessman's restoration project led to research into 19th century carriageworks Andersons.
Women competed with men in the rough, tough oily world of grass track racing in the 1960s.
Do you recognise any of these village cricket players from 25 years ago?
Band of musical brothers are a mystery to Grantham amateur historian Stan.