This week local history enthusiast David Kindred has gathered pictures of the changes in St Margaret's Plain and St Margaret's Street.
Two schools that were built for children from homes constructed as Ipswich expanded from the 1950s onwards feature in today's Days Gone By, writes David Kindred.
Crown Street is one of the busiest cross-town routes in Ipswich, writes David Kindred.
Local history enthusiast David Kindred has shared pictures and his knowledge of the former Victorian Ragged School on Waterworks Street.
Photographer and local history enthusiast David Kindred has gathered pictures of past pubs including The Queens Head, The Spotted Cow, and The Racecourse.
Photographer David Kindred has put together a stunning collection of pictures of Felixstowe seafront from more than 50 years ago.
Eighty years ago this week tragedy hit Suffolk as low-lyingparts of Ipswich, including Princes Street, Bridge Street and Portman Road, were flooded.
Colour photographs are something we take for granted now. Photography was first patented in 1939 and in the early years, the only way to add colour to an image was colouring by hand.
David Kindred looks at the First Floor Club, flooding in Ipswich and The Arlington Ballroom with Olga Wilmot.
For more than 260 years generations of the Cobbold family had a great influence in Ipswich, writes David Kindred.