As the noughties approached, the last of the collieries were hanging on; the future of rail in the town appeared uncertain; the Council had been through troubles of its own; tourism hinged around the annual St Leger festival; and the former Finningley RAF base’s future was being contested.
Like much of Yorkshire, Doncaster’s past was slipping away, but the future wasn’t quite within reach.
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