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Trent Bridge, Nottingham 20520_009 Featured Nottinghamshire Print

Trent Bridge, Nottingham 20520_009

TRENT BRIDGE CRICKET GROUND, Nottingham. Trent Bridge was first used for cricket in 1838 and is the third oldest cricket ground in the world. It is the home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club. The first test match at Trent Bridge between England and Australia in 1899 ended in a draw. Since then it has hosted numerous Test matches as well as one-day and Twenty20 international matches. From the 1860s until 1910 it was also used for staging football matches by the town's two team - Notts County and Nottingham Forest. These two clubs later moved to Meadow Lane and the City Ground respectively, both of which are visible in this shot

© Historic England

Art - Giant Horse Shoe Mound - Scarrington, Nottinghamshire Featured Nottinghamshire Print

Art - Giant Horse Shoe Mound - Scarrington, Nottinghamshire

The stack, now totalling 70, 000 horse shoes, represents the discarded footwear of some 17, 500 horses. The mound was started about 20 years ago by a blacksmith, George Flinders, in Scarrington, Nottinghamshire. Mr Flinders, 66, has now retired but the pillar remains as a monument to his skill. Riding past the stack is Janet Crawford, who lives in the village

© PA Archive/PA Images

'Three Wise Men of Gotham' - Victorian nursery rhyme illustration Featured Nottinghamshire Print

'Three Wise Men of Gotham' - Victorian nursery rhyme illustration

Three medieval-style men in a cracked bowl, which they are using as a boat on a rough sea. One of them looks sea-sick, another is carrying an open umbrella - presumably to use as a sail - and the other is using a very large spoon as a paddle. They won't get far.
The rhyme refers to a supposed incident in Gotham, Nottinghamshire, in England, when the villagers pretended to be imbeciles in order to discourage King John who was planning to build a hunting lodge there. As a result, he changed his mind.
?Three wise men of Gotham - Went to sea in a bowl - If the bowl had been stronger - My song had been longer.?
From ?Nursery Rhymes - Ridicula Rediviva? illustrated by J.E. Rogers, with chromolith printing by R. Clay Sons & Taylor and published in London in 1876 by Macmillan and Co