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  1. Another fantastic Sheffield Video! Watch video here πŸ‘‰ SHEFFIELD | Bramall Lane and Shoreham Street in downtown Sheffield
  2. Another fantastic Sheffield Video! Watch video here πŸ‘‰ SHEFFIELD DRIVE | Arundel Gate to Bramall Lane | Sheffield Tour filmed in 4K
  3. Sheffield History

    I walked through Jew Lane in Sheffield!

    Another fantastic Sheffield Video! Watch video here πŸ‘‰ I walked through Jew Lane in Sheffield!
  4. Another fantastic Sheffield Video! Watch video here πŸ‘‰ SHEFFIELD TOUR | Campo Lane and Paradise Square | Sheffield walking tour
  5. Another fantastic Sheffield Video! Watch video here πŸ‘‰ SHEFFIELD TOUR | Black Swan Walk : The SECRET hidden lane on Fargate you didn't know about!!
  6. Any ideas why Cockshutts Lane in Oughtibridge is sometimes referred to as Jossey Lane (maybe Jossy) ? On all the maps I can view, it is always shown as Cockshutts Lane.
  7. John Cartwright

    Green Square, Charles Lane

    I have traced an ancestor living at 2 Green Square, Charles Lane on the 1851 census. The nearest I can get following the route of the census is somewhere between Eyre Lane and Arundel Street. I've used the OS 25ins 1892-1914 map & the 1906 Insurance maps but the location is not identified and I'm assuming it was developed before these dates. Does anyone have any ideas?
  8. can anyone tell me exactly where it was as it no longer exists as far as i know
  9. John Cartwright

    Brightside Lane - houses

    I have traced my Great Grandfather living at 5 Brightside Lane in 1871. i have an early map which does not show house numbers but on the assumption that road number start nearest the city centre i have estimated number 5 as being at the intersection with Newhall road to the left of the pub on the corner (see attached map). Does anyone have a map showing house numbers or any photographs of housing on Brightside Lane around this time?
  10. Whilst looking at other things in the area on Street View I saw that a road bridge over Storth Lane in Ranmoor was listed. I went and had a look and it's certainly unusual for a Sheffield road bridge! I wonder which road was in place first and why such an ornate structure?
  11. In 1945/46 after the Second World War people from Italy moved to Sheffield and went into a resettlement camp called β€˜Wood Lane Camp’ in Sheffield. Some records have this camp as being in Wadsley Can anyone shine a light on Wood Lane Resettlement Camp and can we have as much info as possible please? It’s for someone researching their fathers movements What do we know about this mystery place?
  12. While walking along Myers Lane near Worrall I noticed what looks like a marker stone on the north side of the road at 53.24.56 North x 1.33.10 West, it appears to have ODC 1868 No1 engraved on it. Although I'm from Worrall originally and must have walked past it many times this is the first time I've noticed it. Can anyone tell me what it is for? Also, on all the old maps there is a building called Larch Hall close to this marker. As a child I always knew the area as Larch Hall but there was nothing to see even back then [1960's]. Can anyone tell me anything about Larch Hall? Pete
  13. I seem to think mistakenly that Andrews was there when I was at school in the 1950s. But I think it was much later! Where would we have bought our stationery before Andrews?
  14. Does anyone know what this building is/was on the corner of York Street and Campo Lane? Does it have a name?
  15. The Neepsend Tavern Pub, 144 Neepsend Lane, Sheffield This building looks like it's had an interesting history, having been a Worksop Ales pub, selling beers, and spirits to the Sheffield folk in the past. In later years it actually became a massage parlour so quite a difference there in building usage! What else can we find out about this pub
  16. Here's a video for anyone who hasn't been down/through Jew Lane in Sheffield City Centre
  17. Photo of the corner of Tockwith Road and Shirland Lane in Darnall Sheffield. Note the Sunblest Van coming round the corner in the right of picture too! Has Tockwith Road disappeared entrirely now? I can't find it on any modern maps etc but that might be because I'm looking in the wrong place..
  18. Sheffield History

    Leppings Lane, Hillsborough

    Quite a few changes on Leppings Lane over the years!
  19. Church Army mobile canteen bombed in Vicar Lane, Sheffield, 1940.
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