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  1. Next location and here we have a dark looking Sheffield with a huge gas tower in the background. This one stumped us. We looked at the gas tower in the background and thought it might be over where the other filming location is near Blast Lane and the canal but after ages scouring google maps and trying to trigger memories we turned to our fantastic facebook community page and almost immediately Roy Nowill (thanks Roy!) sprang up to tell us the building was Xavier Motors at Neepsend! Further hunting took us to Hoyland Road and bang - there it was Superb teamwork - thank you community!
  2. Sheffield History

    The Gate pub on Penistone Road North

    Penistone Road at junction of Clay Wheels Lane, Wadsley Bridge. The Gate Inn, left, in background Travelling back further in time, some time between 1900 and 1919 there was also this photograph taken showing The Gate Inn on Penistone Road Amazing stuff!
  3. Does anyone know anything about what looks (on Google Earth) like a derelict Pavillion on playing fields behind the Mount Pleasant Inn between Derbyshire Lane, Warminster Road, Gordon Avenue and the new new houses where the Dairy used to be off Hemsworth Road?
  4. Anyone remember the Ocelot on bramall lane, now James cycle shop
  5. Sheffield History

    Rebels

    REBELS NIGHTCLUB LOCATION Dixon Lane, Sheffield INFORMATION Rock club that was up a seemingly endless set of stairs ! PICTURES info and pics sourced from the amazing Rock Reunited website - http://www.rockreunited.co.uk
  6. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    Button Lane from Rockingham Street, No 268, Rockingham Street, Sheffield Theatrical Supplies, Theatrical Costumiers
  7. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    Rockingham Street and Button Lane, former premises of Harry Polan and Co. Ltd. lead pipe manufacturers, 262 Rockingham Street (Wentworth Lead Works), No 268, Sheffield Theatrical Supplies, left
  8. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    Button Lane at the junction with Rockingham Street showing former Wentworth House P.H. (later tailors premises) looking towards Nos 61-73 Sheffields' first Council Houses
  9. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    Button Lane looking towards junction of Fitzwilliam Street, No 210-216, Fitzwilliam Street, Jn Bleakley, Provision Merchants August 1960
  10. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    The Moor, looking towards Button Lane, Moorhead and Pinstone Street showing the effects of the Blitz, rear of Hippodrome Theatre on Cambridge Street, in background
  11. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    Button Lane Sheffield in 1962
  12. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    Button Lane at junction with Thomas Street
  13. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    Shops on Button Lane in 1958
  14. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    Button Lane after blitz
  15. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    Button Lane and corner of Backfields from Moorhead, No 18-22, Angel Inn
  16. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    Moorhead from Grapes Hotel, looking across to Button Lane. Nos 18-22, Angel Inn can be seen in background
  17. Sheffield History

    Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre

    The Angel Inn pub which was at number 18-22 Button Lane in Sheffield City Centre
  18. Sheffield History

    Trams, Buses and Cars in Sheffield City Centre

    I definitely want to learn about Button Lane.. Will start a new thread on it
  19. neddy

    Kent Road / Gleadless Road

    The houses we demolished certainly have, we were responsible for most of the demolition in that area,Kent, Tillotson, Gleadless, Richards, Anns Roads down to Brammall lane
  20. tozzin

    Trams, Buses and Cars in Sheffield City Centre

    That’s Button Lane shooting down off to the left, with shop awning down.
  21. Sheffield History

    Bird In Hand - Broughton Lane

    This is 49 Broughton Lane now..
  22. Hi. I've used the Sheffield reunited forum without any success. I'm trying to trace Mick 'Sponge' Hartley. Mick would have been born in 1951 or 1952. As a boy he lived on (I think) Welwyn Rd off Jaunty Lane at Base Green/Gleadless. Mick went to Gleadless Primary School and High Storrs from 1963-1970. The last thing I heard about him was that he was lead guitarist for a band called Breadline - but that was a long time ago! Thanks. Wazzie Worrall
  23. Sheffield History

    THE FREEMASONS ARMS

    THE FREEMASONS ARMS LOCATION Walkley Lane, Hillsborough, Sheffield S6 2PB INFORMATION As you can see in the pictures the Masons took the full brunt of the Sheffield flood. A lot of the pubs history is soaked in stories of the flood so we've put some below for you to have a read.. A little girl saved, her friends sadly drown 'Very near to the house of Henry Whittles at Hill Bridge, was the Masons' Arms public house, kept by William Pickering. The house was almost destroyed, the interior exposed, and all the furniture swept away. In the house at the time of the flood, besides Pickering himself, were his wife, his sister, a lodger, and a little girl, a niece, eight years of age. All were drowned, except the little girl. She slept by herself in a bed in a chamber on the top storey of the house, higher than the line to which the water rose. When the neighbours went to the house on the morning after the flood, they found that nearly everything had been swept away, but on going to the upper chamber they were astonished to find the little girl in bed and fast asleep. They awoke her, and took her to a place of safety. The house was swept away except a little corner on which the girl's bed stood. Upon being questioned she said-- "I heard a noise in the middle of the night. I thought the gas was blowing up down stairs. I heard my uncle go down stairs, and thought he was going to see if the gas had blown up. I then heard my aunt go down, and call out for help. Her sister went to her, and I then heard them both cry out for help. I heard nothing more, and went to sleep soon afterwards."'
  24. Organgrinder

    Trams, Buses and Cars in Sheffield City Centre

    My guess is late 50's or very early 60's. The Bedford van is pulling out of Button Lane or Carver St. so it's before Pauldens Department Store was built. I don't have a solid date for this. Woolworths store was previously Redgates in the early 50's until Furnival Gate was built and then Redgates moved around the corner. Don't have a solid date for this either but Furnival Gate was built at the same time as Pauldens Store. So photo was taken between those 2 dates. The Old Moor was a lovely place and well supported by shoppers.
  25. tozzin

    Daisy Bank

    Further to your enquiry, these names are from the Sheffield directories that I have. DAISY BANK 1845 Clayton Wm. Henry. valuer and broker, 22 Paradise sq; h Daisy bank Hancock Wm. spring knife manufacturer, Daisy bank Mason Wm. file manufacturer, court 80 Whitecroft; h 103 Daisy bank Powell George, fork manufacturer, Daisy bank Smilter John, shopkeeper, 71 Daisy bank Smith John, razor manufacturer ; house Daisy bank Sorby Ann, dressmaker, 79 Daisy bank Turton Thomas, warehouseman, 101 Daisy bank Wood John, bookkeeper, Daisy bank ----------------------------------------------- 1849 Birks Thomas, springknife manufacturer. (fish-hook, &c.) 41 Daisy bank Bishop Samuel, cowkeeper, Daisy bank Clayton Wm. Henry. valuer & broker,22 Paradise square; h Daisy bank / maybe brothers Clayton John, auctioneer, valuer, bailiff, and furniture broker, 26 Paradise square; house Daisy bank Cooley Daniel, collector for Infirmary, & Mission school, 93 Daisy bank Hancock Wm. and Sons, springknife manufacturers, Daisy bank Mason Wm. file manufacturer, et 80 Whitecroft; h 103 Daisy bank Powell George, fork and steel maker and cutlery founder, Daisy bank ---------------------------------------------- 1856 Terry Stanley. postman, Daisy bank Clayton Wm. Henry, valuer, 22 Paradise square; h Daisy bank Fleming Mr. Charles James, senior. Daisy bank Hancock Wm. & Son, spring knife manufacturers,Daisy bank Newbould Edwin, table knife mfr. US Campo lane; h 58 Daisy bank Newbould Henry. & Joseph, scissor mfrs. (Geo. & Sons;) h Daisy bank Oxley Joseph. shopkeeper. and coal dlr. Daisy bank (Wm. Jnr) Cemetery rd Pearson John N. engraver's tool mfr. Brownell st; h Daisy bank Powell George, fork maker and cutlery founder, Daisy bank Wood John, traveller, Daisy bank 11 John (jnr) 45 Milton street ------------------------------------------ 1862 Sheldon Wm., Daisy bank Hancock Wm. & Son (Geo.), Daisy bank DAISY WALK Carr Thomas, cowkeeper, Daisy walk Oxley Joseph, shopkeeper and coal dealer,Daisy walk Scholey Robert, bone button and mould mnfr., 19 Daisy walk --------------------------------------- 1879 DAISY :BANK. (Upper St.Philip's rd.) 1 Hall Henry. clock cleaner & confectioner Courts 1 and 3 Bk.43 Cowley Reuben, cartowner 24: Law Thomas, shopkeeper 28 Atkin Mrs Charlotte, dressmaker Court 2 DAISY WALK. (186 Upper Alien st.) 5 Pepper Thomas, shopkeeper Court -Nelson John, coal dealer Court 3 25 Horton Benjamin, cowkeeper Court 5 31 HolIingsworth ·Wm. shopkeeper 39 Goddard William, shopkeeper Courts 7 and 9 71 Gillott Joseph, table blade forger DAISY :BANK. (Upper St.Philip's rd.) 1 Hall Henry. clock cleaner & confectioner Courts 1 and 3 Bk.43 Cowley Reuben, cartowner Court 2 - Allen George, clock cleaner Berry Joseph, spring knife manufacturer Court 4 34 Pollard Miss Lydia, shopkeeper Court 6 Fullelove Mark, file manufacturer Hartley John & Son, cutlery mfrs Hartley John (J. & Son) Hartley Alfred (J. & Son) Wilde Thomas, spring knife mfr Copley Henry, spring knife mfr Fawcett street 70 Oxley Joseph, coal dealer ......... Upper St. Phillips.~ road ---------------------------------------- 1911 DAISY BANK. (117 Upper St. Philip's road.) '{No thoroughfare.) 1 Barker James Henry, herbalist 37 Powell Fredk. Wm. shopkeeper Court 1 Court 3 Atlcin William Henry, coal dlr 18 Sally George, drainer 30 Moulds John, scissors borer &hardener Court 2 50 Oxley Thos. spring knife cutler 54 Swindell Miss Mary A. dress maker DAISY WALK. (188 Upper .Allen street.) Court 1 17 N ad in Mrs. Sarah Ann, coal dlr Court 3 25 Lindley John Arthur, shopkeeper Courts 5 &: 7 Porton Henry, file cutter Court 9 ...... Upper St. Philip's road ..... . BROOMPARK Mission room 93 Watts Luther, caretaker Court 4 Court 6 38 Wheelhouse G. & Co. drysalters Fawcett street ..... Upper St. Philip's road ..... . Daisy bank 8 Blossom John householder : 10 Blossom James. friendly societies' accountant 14 Lee Joseph Wm. car conductor Court 1 16 Shepherd Arthur, householder 18 Robinson John, horsekeeper 20 Abbott Arth. Henry, policeman Fulton road Aizlewood road
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