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Hillfoot Bridge and Sheffield Rolling Mills at Neepsend

Sheffield legend Joe Cocker (Vance Arnold) worked at the gas works.

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The corner of Hillfoot Bridge and Penistone Road

Looking down Penistone Road we can see the ruin of No. 281, the former Clifton Hotel (extreme right)

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Hillfoot Bridge, Penistone Road showing properties after Wood Street

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Hillfoot Bridge looking down Penistone Road with Clifton Steelworks in the background

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A bus approaching Hillfoot Bridge from Penistone Road. Some interesting advertisements over across the road!

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Tram on Hillfoot Bridge, with the Farfield Inn in the background and the huge gasworks looming over the scene

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Traffic on Hillfoot Bridge taken from Wood Street looking across Penistone Road towards the Farfield Inn (later Muff Inn) on Neepsend Lane with Neepsend Gas Works in the background

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View down Penistone Road showing Hillfoot Bridge at Neepsend

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Hillfoot Bridge and The Farfield Inn taken from Thirza Street, looking down Wood Street and looking across Penistone Road.

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View of J. Lockwood Edwards Ltd., the former Army Hotel, Hillfoot, No. 281 Penistone Road from Hillfoot Bridge

The construction of Kelvin Flats can be seen in the distance

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18 minutes ago, Sheffield History said:

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View of J. Lockwood Edwards Ltd., the former Army Hotel, Hillfoot, No. 281 Penistone Road from Hillfoot Bridge

The construction of Kelvin Flats can be seen in the distance

Demolished by ADH Demolition.

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