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Are there many of these Victorian post boxes still around in

Sheffield? I know there are plenty of in the wall boxes but are they

Victorian?

I spotted this one on Stannington Road. I wonder if there

are many Victorian standing ones left?

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Well that's something new (or old depending on how you look at it) to keep an eye out for UkeLass.

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I've got a couple of pictures VR postboxes in Sheffield.

http://www.flickr.co...ave/2471011585/

http://www.flickr.co...ave/2471832490/

Information of where they are is included.

Thanks Dave.

I knew of the one outside the Cathedral and what a lovely shape that one is.

I didn't know of the one in Pinstone Street.

It's the in the wall boxes that intrigue me. There must be others around.

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There's an interesting pillar box somewhere at Birley or Frecheville.

What's interesting about it escapes me. Does anybody know ?.

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I've got this one at High Bradfield http://www.flickr.co...ave/3240632063/

Not a Vici one but if you like interesting locations here's one for your collection Dave.

Undoubtably a shop or PO at some time, but now in somebody's house wall.

Walkley Street

Google streetview

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There's an interesting pillar box somewhere at Birley or Frecheville.

What's interesting about it escapes me. Does anybody know ?.

See these links

1 of Sheffield's 3 King Edward VIII Pillar boxes

S12 666: Edward VIII, Somercotes Rd, Sheffield

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Thanks Dave.

I knew of the one outside the Cathedral and what a lovely shape that one is.

I didn't know of the one in Pinstone Street.

It's the in the wall boxes that intrigue me. There must be others around.

There used to be a very nice 'in the wall' Victorian one at the junction of Whiteley Wood Rd and Ivy Cottage Lane, until it got stolen a few years ago!

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From an

Carterknowle Rd

I could be wrong but I think there's one of these outside the Town Hall

on Surrey Street.

I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong.

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I could be wrong but I think there's one of these outside the Town Hall

on Surrey Street.

I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong.

There used to be one in the wall at the top of Conduit Road Crookes. W/E.

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Are there many of these around?

Obviously none will be in working order but I wonder when the last stamps

were bought from this one.

I admire how it has been nicely painted and not neglected just because it's

not in use.

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I feel sure it's a VR post box in the wall between St Marys Church Handsworth and the cross Keys I will have a look next time I walk past.

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One at the bottom of East Bank Rd , diagonally opposite the casino.

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This is the one in the wall between St Marys church Handsworth and The Cross Keys.

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Im sure this is a Victorian Post Box at Ringinglow.Courtesy of Google Earth.

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I spotted one yesterday on attercliffe road outside the old bulldog public house

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There's this one on Infirmary Road, close to Portland Street.

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On Attercliffe Road - this one is a bit plain without the ornate lettering style - does that make it older or newer than the style in the pic above?

At the bottom is a makers name ; W.T Allen & Co, London.

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