RETRO: The changing face of Doncaster high street

This photograph, taken in 1910 by Luke Bagshaw and Son, shows Doncaster's North Bridge.

This photograph, taken in 1910 by Luke Bagshaw and Son, shows Doncaster's North Bridge.

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This week we have delved into our archives to bring you some fabulous pictures of Doncaster in days gone by.

These images were kindly given to us by Doncaster Museum Service and show some of the town’s best known sights from the 1900s.

Ex-professional footballer Bob Ledger, pictured in his playing days.

Ex-professional footballer Bob Ledger, pictured in his playing days.

The high street really has changed dramatically in that time. Do you recognise any of the shops?

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Doncaster Racecourse pictured in days gone by - possibly in the 1920s or 1930s.

Doncaster Racecourse pictured in days gone by - possibly in the 1920s or 1930s.

Doncaster Schools Music Festival in the Corn Exchange, sometime in the 1940s.

Doncaster Schools Music Festival in the Corn Exchange, sometime in the 1940s.

Doncaster pictured in the early 1900s. Picture by permission of Doncaster Museum Service.

Doncaster pictured in the early 1900s. Picture by permission of Doncaster Museum Service.

Doncaster pictured in the early 1900s. Picture by permission of Doncaster Museum Service.

Doncaster pictured in the early 1900s. Picture by permission of Doncaster Museum Service.

Doncaster pictured in the early 1900s. Picture by permission of Doncaster Museum Service.

Doncaster pictured in the early 1900s. Picture by permission of Doncaster Museum Service.

Doncaster pictured in the early 1900s. Picture by permission of Doncaster Museum Service.

Doncaster pictured in the early 1900s. Picture by permission of Doncaster Museum Service.