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Showing content with the highest reputation on 01/06/20 in Posts

  1. 2 points
    Came across this little gem today. Little Matlock, Loxley.
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    It was so designed to represent an army "citadel" ( OED...a fortress protecting or overlooking a city)
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    The buildings also shown on the plan were also built by the Salvation Army . The building on the extreme left is the Yorkshireman public house.
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    Great aerial shots! The architect certainly went to town with the design of the roof on the Pinstone Street building, dormers, turrets and chimneys, a bit of a challenge for the plumber installing the lead work to weather seal the different roofing shapes.
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    The building was completed in 1894 and alterations made in 1950. The building is grade 2 listed.
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    The building attached to the Citadel and going around the corner into Pinstone Street and containing some shops and offices, was also part of the Salvation Army construction. (wonder if the Sally Army still own this block) Construction of the Citadel started around 1892! This dates the Picture Sheffield photograph to "c.1891"
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