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82 Years Ago Today
Doncaster Locomotive The Mallard broke the world speed record for steam locomotives at 126mph.

134 Years Ago Today
Arthur Wharton, the first black footballer, who lived in Edlington, broke the world 100m record.»


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Events: What's On in Doncaster on March 5th 2021

Friday 5th March 2021



On This Day in Doncaster History more»

1985: Miner's Strike begins with mineworkers at Cortonwood Colliery near Barnsley striking.
2003: Doncaster Rovers win promotion back to the Football League with Francis Tierney's golden goal.
2003: A statue to John Wesley that was designed in 1853 is finally unveiled in 2003 by the Bishop of Lincoln.
2004: Doncaster was granted Fairtrade Town status.
2005: Doncaster was granted FairTrade town status.
2009: Channel 4 TV series Red Riding first screened, partially filmed in Stainforth.

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ANNIVERSARIES

82 Years Ago Today
Doncaster Locomotive The Mallard broke the world speed record for steam locomotives at 126mph.

134 Years Ago Today
Arthur Wharton, the first black footballer, who lived in Edlington, broke the world 100m record.»


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