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Buildings and streets Collection: Churches

Churches Collection
21 Items

Buildings and streets Collection: Hole in the Road

Hole in the Road Collection
3 Items

Buildings and streets Collection: Park Hill Flats

Park Hill Flats Collection
14 Items

Buildings and streets Collection: Pubs

Pubs Collection
18 Items

Buildings and streets Collection: Schools

Schools Collection
32 Items

Buildings and streets Collection: Sheffield Central Library

Sheffield Central Library Collection
3 Items

Buildings and streets Collection: Sheffield City Hall

Sheffield City Hall Collection
7 Items

Buildings and streets Collection: Sheffield Town Hall

Sheffield Town Hall Collection
7 Items

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Basket Seller, Haymarket, Norfolk Market Hall, Sheffield, c. 1900

Basket Seller, Haymarket, Norfolk Market Hall, Sheffield, c. 1900
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: s10885

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Haymarket, Sheffield, 1937

Haymarket, Sheffield, 1937
Elevated view of Haymarket looking towards Fitzalan Square and General Post Office. Norfolk Market Hall, left, No 32, Castle Street, Arthur Davy and Sons Ltd, Provision Merchants

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd, cutlery manfacturers, River Lane works (built 1905)

Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd, cutlery manfacturers, River Lane works (built 1905)
Taken from Under Five Sovereigns, Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd, 1911. Local Studies 338.4 SF

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Fitzalan Square, Sheffield showing (left) General Post Office, Bakers Hill; (centre)

Fitzalan Square, Sheffield showing (left) General Post Office, Bakers Hill; (centre)
Sheffield City Archives co Media Storehouse Buildings and streets

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: View from Wincobank Hill looking towards River Don Works with the Gun Shop in the background

View from Wincobank Hill looking towards River Don Works with the Gun Shop in the background
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: w00107

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: The east prospect of Sheffield in the County of York, 1745

The east prospect of Sheffield in the County of York, 1745
By Nathaniel Buck. Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: y10740

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: House of Refuge for the Destitute Poor of the Ecclesall Bierlow Union

House of Refuge for the Destitute Poor of the Ecclesall Bierlow Union (latterly Nether Edge Hospital), Sheffield, 1843
Drawing by William Flockton, architect, Sheffield and Rotherham, 1842. Lithographer W. Monkhouse, York. From an original at Sheffield Libraries: ov00164

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Highfield Branch Free Public Library, London Road, Sheffield, c. 1876

Highfield Branch Free Public Library, London Road, Sheffield, c. 1876
Highfield Library opened on 1st August 1876. Edward M. Gibbs, architect. From an original at Sheffield Libraries: ov00158

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Upperthorpe Branch Free Public Library, Upperthorpe Road and junction with Daniel Hill, Sheffield

Upperthorpe Branch Free Public Library, Upperthorpe Road and junction with Daniel Hill, Sheffield. c. 1876
Upperthorpe library opened on 8th May 1876. Edward M. Gibbs, architect. From an original at Sheffield Libraries: ov00157

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Sheffield Town Hall, proposed extension, view from Norfolk Street, c. 1900

Sheffield Town Hall, proposed extension, view from Norfolk Street, c. 1900
F. E. P. Edwards FRIBA. Architect. From an original at Sheffield Libraries: ov00142

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Hillsborough Barracks, [Langsett Road], Sheffield. c. 1848

Hillsborough Barracks, [Langsett Road], Sheffield. c. 1848
Originally inscription reads: Sheffield Barracks. Respectfully dedicated to His Royal Highness [Prince George] The Duke of Cambridge, KG, GCB, KP, GCMG, General Commander in Chief

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Design for the Mappin Art Gallery, Weston Park, Sheffield

Design for the Mappin Art Gallery, Weston Park, Sheffield
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: ov00060

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Staniforth Road, Sheffield, Yorkshire, c. 1910

Staniforth Road, Sheffield, Yorkshire, c. 1910
Showing (r. to l.) No. 648 Appletons cash drug and Medical stores, High Hazels Pharmacy, No. 646 New Century Meat Co. butchers and No. 644 Hunters Ltd

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Division Street, Sheffield, c. 1900

Division Street, Sheffield, c. 1900
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: p00175

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: C. H. Cleathero, tailors, No. 15 Waingate, Sheffield, 1905

C. H. Cleathero, tailors, No. 15 Waingate, Sheffield, 1905
Decorated for the royal visit of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. From an original at Sheffield Libraries: p00200

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: T. R. Hall, hairdresser and shaving salon, 294 Bramall Lane, Sheffield

T. R. Hall, hairdresser and shaving salon, 294 Bramall Lane, Sheffield
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: p00181

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Langsett Road, Hillsborough, Sheffield, c. 1900

Langsett Road, Hillsborough, Sheffield, c. 1900
No. 8, John G. Wilson, ironmonger and mill furnisher (left) and No. 7, T. P. Ball and Co. boot and shoe dealer (right). From an original at Sheffield Libraries: p00171

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: St. Peters Mission Free Church (latterly Church of the Nazarene), Fitzroy Road, Sheffield, c. 1910

St. Peters Mission Free Church (latterly Church of the Nazarene), Fitzroy Road, Sheffield, c. 1910
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: p00118

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Bond Street, Upperthorpe, Sheffield, c. 1910

Bond Street, Upperthorpe, Sheffield, c. 1910
Showing George William Womersley, Draper, Hosier, etc. From an original at Sheffield Libraries: p00116

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Parson Cross School, Halifax Road, Sheffield, c. 1910

Parson Cross School, Halifax Road, Sheffield, c. 1910
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: p00113

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Scott Road, Burngreave Sheffield, c. 1920

Scott Road, Burngreave Sheffield, c. 1920
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: p00112

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Peace Celebrations, Victoria Street, Sheffield, 1918

Peace Celebrations, Victoria Street, Sheffield, 1918
From an original at Sheffield Libraries:00101

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Reuben Thompsons Mail Coach in Surrey Street, Sheffield, c. 1880s

Reuben Thompsons Mail Coach in Surrey Street, Sheffield, c. 1880s
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: s02448

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Residents of Smithfield, Sheffield, c. 1920s

Residents of Smithfield, Sheffield, c. 1920s
Taken from entrance to Court 5 looking towards United Methodist Sunday School, Allen Street. From an original at Sheffield Libraries: s19360

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Davy Brothers Ltd. Park Iron Works, Sheffield

Davy Brothers Ltd. Park Iron Works, Sheffield
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: s09878

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Plan of houses, shop, slaughterhouse to be built in Johnson Street and Livingstone Street

Plan of houses, shop, slaughterhouse to be built in Johnson Street and Livingstone Street, Wincobank Sheffield, c. 1871
Full title: Plan of eight houses, shop, slaughterhouse and out-buildings to be built in Johnson Street and Livingstone Street, Wincobank for Mr Maycock, Butcher, c. 1871

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Salvation Army Citadel, Cross Burgess Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire. 1892

Salvation Army Citadel, Cross Burgess Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire. 1892
Architect: W. Gilbert Scott, FRIBA, Architect, 25 Bedford Row, London. Original dimensions: 75 x 55 cm. From an original at Sheffield Libraries: arc02908

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Salvation Army Citadel, Cross Burgess Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire, 1892

Salvation Army Citadel, Cross Burgess Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire, 1892
Architect: W. Gilbert Scott, FRIBA, Architect, 25 Bedford Row, London. Originals dimensions: 75 x 55 cm. From an original at Sheffield Libraries: arc02917a

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: George Woofinden Convalescent Home, Whiteley Woods, Sheffield, Yorkshire, c. 1900

George Woofinden Convalescent Home, Whiteley Woods, Sheffield, Yorkshire, c. 1900
The George Woofinden Convalescent Home, Whiteley Woods was erected by the trustees of George Woofindin. It opened in May 1901 mainly to cater for patients from the Royal Hospital

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Harry Bewleys City Theatrical Stores, The Moor, Sheffield, c. 1925

Harry Bewleys City Theatrical Stores, The Moor, Sheffield, c. 1925
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: p00039

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: South Street, Moor, Sheffield, c. 1900

South Street, Moor, Sheffield, c. 1900
At junction with Jessop Street, 1900-1905, premises on right include No 107, Stanley and Co. Milliners, No 111-113, Josiah Tyler Ltd. Boot Manufacturers From an original at Sheffield Libraries: t06418

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Hillsborough Barracks, Sheffield, c. 1900

Hillsborough Barracks, Sheffield, c. 1900
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: s44977

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Falmouth Road (Abbeydale House on right)

Falmouth Road (Abbeydale House on right)
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: p00020

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Holy Trinity, Wicker Sheffield, centenary 1848-1948

Holy Trinity, Wicker Sheffield, centenary 1848-1948
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: y13241

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: View of Howard Street and Town Hall extension (Egg Box), Sheffield, Yorkshire, 1980

View of Howard Street and Town Hall extension (Egg Box), Sheffield, Yorkshire, 1980
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: s44819

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Fitzalan Square, Sheffield, 1968

Fitzalan Square, Sheffield, 1968
Fitzalan Square seen from High Street showing (l.to.r.) Barclays Bank, Classic Cinema and the Bell Hotel From an original at Sheffield Libraries: w02779

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: View over Netherthorpe and Upperthorpe, Sheffield, 1962

View over Netherthorpe and Upperthorpe, Sheffield, 1962
View over Netherthorpe and Upperthorpe from Crookes Valley Road showing (left) Martin Street Flats, (centre) Bromley Street and (right) Blythe Street Buildings and streets, w02746

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Sun Inn, South Street showing Park Hill Flats under construction

Sun Inn, South Street showing Park Hill Flats under construction
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: w02723

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Hyde Park Flats, Sheffield, Yorkshire, c. 1990

Hyde Park Flats, Sheffield, Yorkshire, c. 1990
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: t09364

Background imageBuildings and streets Collection: Sheffield Banking Company, No. 669 Ecclesall Road at Hunters Bar showing (right)

Sheffield Banking Company, No. 669 Ecclesall Road at Hunters Bar showing (right) Sharrow Vale Road, c. 1900
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: t08937



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