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It is not a bus depot or repair shop indeed it is not conected with a bus

This is bugging me, I have seen this somewhere, BusMan say's there is a knife and fork as well. Obviously to commemorate the cutlery industry. Its the background I can't get.

My 1st thought was one of these new "Walkways" on the 5 Weirs Walk somewhere near the Wicker Arches, but the brickwork looks to modern.

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This is bugging me, I have seen this somewhere, BusMan say's there is a knife and fork as well. Obviously to commemorate the cutlery industry. Its the background I can't get.

My 1st thought was one of these new "Walkways" on the 5 Weirs Walk somewhere near the Wicker Arches, but the brickwork looks to modern.

....my guess also - somewhere near Wicker Arches , around Derek Dooley Way ? Appeared/built within the last 5 years ? Are we getting close Busman ???? :unsure:

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....my guess also - somewhere near Wicker Arches , around Derek Dooley Way ? Appeared/built within the last 5 years ? Are we getting close Busman ???? :unsure:

No

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No

Its got to be one of the recent new buildings that have sprung up around the city,

2nd guess, near Kelham Island

Is that any nearer

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Its got to be one of the recent new buildings that have sprung up around the city,

2nd guess, near Kelham Island

Is that any nearer

No infact you are further away

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No infact you are further away

Got to keep with recent development then, but southside of city rather than northside ??

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Got to keep with recent development then, but southside of city rather than northside ??

Neither of the area's you mentioned

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Neither of the area's you mentioned

Is it somewhere down the bottom of Dixon Lane/ Exchange St. A hotel of some brand or other?

Ayfer

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This is bugging me, I have seen this somewhere, BusMan say's there is a knife and fork as well. Obviously to commemorate the cutlery industry. Its the background I can't get.

My 1st thought was one of these new "Walkways" on the 5 Weirs Walk somewhere near the Wicker Arches, but the brickwork looks to modern.

I thought it was around the canal wharf, area but I'm not 100% sure.

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...is it the new building on the old rag & tag market site -what then became the car park for Sheaf Market ? looks like the old back wall could be the retaining/supporting wall for Commercial Street ? ..............aarrrrgggg :angry:

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...is it the new building on the old rag & tag market site -what then became the car park for Sheaf Market ? looks like the old back wall could be the retaining/supporting wall for Commercial Street ? ..............aarrrrgggg :angry:
...........looking through from where the purple hoarding is -now built on- on this pic by Dr Stanley ?......

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How about the building next to the cathederal on Chrch St. ?

I think its the entrance to the "living quaters" for the catholic cathedral of st marries on Norfolk street

Am I right

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Correct its the gate to the back yard at the ibris hotel, remember its not on the site of the old ratg & tag its oposite it.

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I think its the entrance to the "living quaters" for the catholic cathedral of st marries on Norfolk street

Am I right

That was an old one, Montgomery Hall Surrey St

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BusMan got us all thinking on that one, here is an easy one

1930's Art Deco, not much of a clue, but it keeps this at the top

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1930's Art Deco, not much of a clue, but it keeps this at the top

While we are working on that 1930 one, here's a complimentary one (that old Stuart0742 / DaveH partnership again), a 1935 one, only 5 years later

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While we are working on that 1930 one, here's a complimentary one (that old Stuart0742 / DaveH partnership again), a 1935 one, only 5 years later

Think i know this one, it is ??????? keep it going a bit see if anybody else gets it

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1930's Art Deco, not much of a clue, but it keeps this at the top

Looks like a Burtons type of building, possibly Attercliffe.

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

HI Stuart the Market Tavern was called in the 30's - 50' ties the Rotherham House. Skeets.

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I think it's on Brown Street ?

Sorry Steve :P

Thought this would have been right up your street given what is opposite it

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1930's Art Deco, not much of a clue, but it keeps this at the top

Possibly the old fire station on Division Street.

Answering my own question. Simmilar, but not correct.

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