A little change from short stories this week, but Best of British magazine is one that any writer might approach. And even if you don't want to contribute work to it, this is one of the best publications of nostalgia, although it also partly covers the present. It's an excellent resource for writers researching little details about the past as each issue contains a wealth of information about people, places, and all the everyday things that were part of British life.
Best of British does accept unsolicited articles up to 1,200 words, and is very photograph led. Payment for this is at their (undisclosed) normal rates. They also have a Postbag section for letters and photos, but they seem to have stopped paying for these contributions. I did send a full article recently about childhood summer holidays, along with a couple of photos, and they ended up using just one photo and a very short piece from the article for their Snap Happy section. Fare enough - I did send the article on spec, and they did pay me a little when it was published in the July 2011 issue.
Apart from reading the magazine with a view to submitting material, this is certainly one that I buy now and then just for the pleasure of wallowing in nostlagia for a while! Full details are on the Best of British website.