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  1. A cement train jumped the points at Midland Station at the North end on the 11 November. Seventeen Wagons came off the rails and one turned over ripping the wheels out of the mounting! Somebody filmed it the same day
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  2. Anyone old enough remembers these quite fondly and they're a minor design classic. I created a Facebook page devoted to them during the first lockdown, The Yellow Bin Appreciation Society (Sheffield Branch). Feel free to join and if anyone has any photos of them to post, please do. They will be much appreciated. https://www.facebook.com/groups/201279054513672/ It's a lighthearted group, but there are many old photos from the 60s to the 80s when they gradually disappeared. There's also the location of the four remaining Yellow Bins in the Sheffield area. This kind of thing.
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  3. This map was posted on Twitter by the 'Picture Sheffield' website. I hadn't seen it before and thought others might be interested in browsing it. Apologies if it has been posted before. https://www.picturesheffield.com/maps.php?file=008
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  4. It looked better then , to what it does now ; this is how you destroy character.!
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  5. Never heard of one in Sheffield,most well known one is in london.
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  6. UK Grid Reference Finder https://gridreferencefinder.com/ "High Bradfield SK273 937" https://gridreferencefinder.com?gr=SK2730093700|SK273_s_937|1&t=SK273 937&v=r
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  7. From the Kelly's directory, published 1957
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  8. Certainly. The top and bottom lines read Mystery Datestone #___ & <<sheffieldhistory.co.uk>> in a font which uses rotated and reflected numbers and various manipulated symbols to represent roman lettering. The central line also reads Mystery Datestone (or misŭtori deit'sŭtōn) in katakana, one of the Japanese lettering formats.
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