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  1. Not really changed that much as you can see but here's a photo of Dykes Lane shops from the 1960's if anyone knows where that is Just up from Malin Bridge school
  2. Any photos of the coal depot& tramway that led the nunnery colliery.
  3. Orchard Lane in Sheffield City Centre Great photo of Orchard Lane showing Boy Scout and Girl Guide Depot with the Grand Hotel in the background. Anyone know what is on the site today?
  4. boginspro

    Cadman Lane by Kenneth Steel.jpg

    I miss the narrow lanes of old Sheffield like this ------- (c) Picture Sheffield ------ http://picturesheffield.com/frontend.php?keywords=Ref_No_increment;EQUALS;s13985&pos=1&action=zoom&id=16824
  5. Sheffield History

    Campo Coffee on Campo Lane

    Another amazing Sheffield photograph here showing years gone by in the Steel City! On this occasion it's a photo showing a Campo Coffee advertisement billboard on Campo Lane Question is whereabouts on Campo Lane is this?
  6. Richard Turton

    120 Dam Lane Sheffield

    I am looking into my family history. One of my ancestors, Joseph Turton, lived at 120 Dam Lane in 1861. Does anyone know whereabouts this was please? I imagined it to be around the Crooksmoor area but I can't find it. Many thanks for looking.
  7. What a great building this is! Anyone know anything about it?
  8. Sheffield Col

    Tom Cross Lane..

    I know Brunswick Road. Pitsmoor, (AKA localy "Champs Hill") was once called "Tom Cross Lane", But who was Tom Cross, and when / why was the name changed to Brunswick Road.? Does any one know ?
  9. Hello Sheffield History Friends, I thought some of you would be interested in this project that has started recently the site explains itself. https://www.facebook.com/groups/435104566849685/
  10. I had a nosey along the current Jew Lane the other day, walked past it loads of times but never along it. Im wondering if it used to be more of a thoroughfare than it is now? Anyone know anything of its history? From other threads there was a Jehu Lane which was where Fitzalan Sq is now, which currently contains all the bookmakers. Im referring to the current Jew Lane that has an entrance on Fitzalan Sq that runs between what is now the Coral bookmakers and the building that used to be the Blue Bel pub, and an entrance on Commercial St.. Heres a view from Commercial St
  11. I’m researching Sheffield United's Bramall Lane and would like to explore the history and folklore of the area around the ground. Are there any interesting stories (people, families, companies, works, pubs, local legend etc.) that have emanated from the area over the last few centuries? The history of the Bramall Lane ground itself is well documented but the lesser known past of the surrounding neighbourhoods might be better illuminated by the collective knowledge of local historians, researchers, enthusiasts and residents. Thanks in advance for your time and any responses. Inci
  12. Hello everyone, wondering if anyone can help me,on the back of an old family portrait I have discovered a backing board advertising H&P Brewers Orchard Lane Sheffield,I cannot find any information about this company in any of the directories etc, any ideas?
  13. tozzin

    Campo Lane

    Campo Lane, Sheffield City Centre
  14. Nathan J. Staniforth

    #1 Brook Lane, Hackenthorpe

    It appears that my Staniforth family lived at #1 Brook Lane throughout most of the 1800s and into the very early 1900s, would anyone have a directory that would show the residential history. The road is in Hackenthorpe which obviously was part of Beighton Parish before 1900. Any help would be appreciated.
  15. Came across this postcard on eBay and decided to look on google maps at how that scene looks now..
  16. Anyone remember Peats Butchers at number 5 Wadsley Lane opposite the Park Hotel near Hillsborough?
  17. I'm after some help please. Paddock Farm at Lane Top was diagonally opposite the Pheasant. I wonder if anyone knows the history of it as I can find little beyond it being a racehorse training operation, with a St Leger winner, and visited by Lillie Langtry and the Prince of Wales. My reason for interest is that I'm trying to find the location of a house called "Tythe Lathe". This was built by John Wilkinson of Crowder House in the late 1700s when he moved out of Crowder, with a view to his wife Mary living there after his death (John died in 1812 and Mary in1835). An agreement was sig
  18. Part of a garden wall on Abbey Lane. An old spelling? Beauchiefe/Beauchieff. Looks old.
  19. While walking down Glossop Road my eyes caught this old street sign, seems to me the new signs were erected some time ago are not quite right, I hate the way names are altered without checking first.
  20. Does anyone know anything at all about The Tangerine Cafe on Leppings Lane? Anyone remember it?
  21. togger

    School Lane

    Evening all, I am looking for the exact location of number 10 School Lane Park please, if anyone can help. The map is missing of the 1950 OS maps on the site Thanks all
  22. I am a decendant of George Charles Elliott-Birks and his brother James Elliott-Birks of 277 and 279 Holme Lane. I am working on my tree and wondering if anybody has any links/info about this family. I have got back to 1752, flood insurance claims from a family member but am trying to tie up some loose ends, found this site as RICHARDB has James in his listing on a different topic. Hope to hear from somebody soon.. if i can help anybody thats also doing the BIRKS / LAVER / ELLIOTT-BIRKS tree then please send me an email lucybirks at msn.com or facebook Lu
  23. Any help appreciated. Cottage, number 15. Anything at all would be great; date of build/demolition. Residents - any years. Pictures etc etc. Many Thanks.
  24. Where could I find information about a death of a Sheffield Utd fan, while at a football match. Alfred McCarthy died from a heart attack in 1960 at the ground. He was aged 70, he worked in a steel factory as a time keeper.
  25. My father who died in 1959 had a friend who attended this church. I think his name was Milner (could be Billy or Tommy?) I know he lived on Homestead Road at Sheffield Lane Top. Is there anyone left who might remember the family?
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