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Here is a Then and Now for this location

Not posting this one in the "then and now" thread then?

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Not posting this one in the "then and now" thread then?

Thought I had done

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This should be an easy one

Where is this telephone pole located?

I'd hazard a guess at it being Wincobank way.

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This should be an easy one

Where is this telephone pole located?

.....Leveson Street ,Darnall/Attercliffe. - just out of shot in the distance is Norfolk Bridge/Attercliffe Common. The unused telegraph pole survied the fairly recent demolition of the large steelworks beside it ! :o

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.....Leveson Street ,Darnall/Attercliffe. - just out of shot in the distance is Norfolk Bridge/Attercliffe Common. The unused telegraph pole survied the fairly recent demolition of the large steelworks beside it ! :o

Well done give that man a prize, sorry PT not to far way

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Well done give that man a prize, sorry PT not to far way

Is his prize a day trip to Leveson street at Darnall / Attercliffe?

I recently won a prize on a question from one of your pictures of Fitzallen Square and I will be going down there on my "prize trip" on Saturday

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Is his prize a day trip to Leveson street at Darnall / Attercliffe?

I recently won a prize on a question from one of your pictures of Fitzallen Square and I will be going down there on my "prize trip" on Saturday

This time, part of a closed pub

where is this?

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Is his prize a day trip to Leveson street at Darnall / Attercliffe?

I recently won a prize on a question from one of your pictures of Fitzallen Square and I will be going down there on my "prize trip" on Saturday

...if youre an old Redgates kid ...make sure you pop in Tags Model Shop - like all old toy shops were ! Then walk outside and admire the recently cleaned -up (block of four shops) facade of the building ,and its ornate carvings :blink:

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Well done give that man a prize, sorry PT not to far way

I wasn't too far out, I should have seen the housing on Wincobank hill though, in the background, to tell me it wasn't as close to Wincobank as I thought.

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This time, part of a closed pub

where is this?

The more that is revealed the less points you score and the value of the prize decreases

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The more that is revealed the less points you score and the value of the prize decreases

....Golden Ball -Attercliffe ,with the large curved glass bay windows ??????

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....Golden Ball -Attercliffe ,with the large curved glass bay windows ??????

Sorry try again

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No idea, try for George IV, Infirmary Road.

Don't know if it's open or not.

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No idea, try for George IV, Infirmary Road.

Don't know if it's open or not.

No Try again

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No Try again

The pub appears to be called "Sheffield History Mystery Pub" on its sign outside!! Nice one Stuart0742!

Is it the Royal Standard?

If we guess do we win a trip to it and is it your round when we get there?

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The pub appears to be called "Sheffield History Mystery Pub" on its sign outside!! Nice one Stuart0742!

Is it the Royal Standard?

If we guess do we win a trip to it and is it your round when we get there?

No its not the Royal Standard

This pub is closed

The prize is a pint in the Foxwood

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Market Tavern on Exchange Street

;-)

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Market Tavern on Exchange Street

;-)

Bottoms, I was stood outside there less than a month ago, can't even blame the passage of many years for me not getting that.

Can I plead age and baldyness ?

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Bottoms, I was stood outside there less than a month ago, can't even blame the passage of many years for me not getting that.

Can I plead age and baldyness ?

Well done Steve there goes another winner

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Well done Steve there goes another winner

So as you had to reveal 2 strips of a 5 strip picture, while still cleverly disguising the boozers name which now appears to go the full length of the building does that mean that SteveHB's prize of a pint is now reduced to three quarters of a pint as you had to reveal that second strip?

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Market Tavern on Exchange Street

;-)

What was this place previously called and was it once a Berni Inn

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What was this place previously called and was it once a Berni Inn

Yes, and I think it was the Old number 12. Now, what was the name of the Berni on Orchard st from about the same time?

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Following on from the Market Tavern, what about this one.

Again the upper floors of some random building, not a pub

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Following on from the Market Tavern, what about this one.

Again the upper floors of some random building, not a pub

I can't believe this one is hard, not even a daft guess.

Clue, has a S1 postcode

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