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"Another challenge comes to mind,

Stuart0742's last mystery location featured a 1930 dated stone and DaveH's a 1935 stone.

There must be many buildings in or around Sheffield with stones like this, for example that funny little arcade between Leopold Street and Fargate that opened in 1987 has a fairly high and prominent dated stone saying, well, 1987.

The Challenge,

Can we find dated stones in the area for every year from the present back as far as goodness knows when?We don't particularly need pictures for this, just a list by year of the building name and location.

One rule,

For those people who like walking around old cemetries, monumental headstones and gravestones are not allowed,- that's cheating and makes it far too easy."

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Link to the complete list .. http://www.sheffieldhistory.co.uk/forums/index.php?/topic/5292-date-stones-on-sheffield-buildings/&do=findComment&comment=31732

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There is a date stone on Queens Buildings at the corner of London Road and Woodhead road of (I think) 1890

 

there is a date of 1907 or 1908 on Cavendish buildings on West Street.

 

many school board schools around the city have an 1872 and/or 1874 date.

 

the old water board buildings on Division St (now Lloyds bar) has a date but I can't remember it... :(

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Sharrow St John's Methodist Church, Sharrow Lane has an inscription on the frontage which reads

"Methodist New Connexion 1889"

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http://www.sheffieldhistory.co.uk/forums/i...ost&id=8338

bethel Chapel/ Sunday school 1852 ^^^

I didn't expect such a rapid response to this one and thanks to plaintalker we are already up to 10 dated buildings.

Looks like I shall have to put together a constantly updating list if good suggestions like these keep coming in.

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I didn't expect such a rapid response to this one and thanks to plaintalker we are already up to 10 dated buildings.

Looks like I shall have to put together a constantly updating list if good suggestions like these keep coming in.

I know you said no pics but this is an unusual one.

In the 1980's the council cleared the derelict allotments at High Storrs. The work was done by a team of lads I think on a youth employment scheme. They cleared the scrub and rebuilt some of the perimeter wall. They were obviously proud of their work, as they signed an dated it!

THIS STONE WAS LAID

BY

LEE MICK DAVE(?) TAWNY

1982

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OK, I made a mistake about Cavendish buildings, it does have a date stone, but it's not 1907, it's 1910.

the beehive on west street has a date stone, as does the building that houses Westways bar,

the Wharncliffe works has an 1888 date stone (houses "Needful Things", corner of Devonshire Street, and Broomhall street pedestrian area near Devonshire Green) http://www.picturesheffield.com/cgi-bin/pi...ff.refno=w00084

I was wandering through town today heading up Division Street. I noticed date stones on the Yates' Wine Lodge (1989) and on Centre 45, (the former bail hostel, and Probation services building) the date reading 1939.

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There is a house on Crabtree Bank on Crabtree that apparently has 3! Which I assume is the original and a couple of extensions!

1676

1841

& 1948

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1904, Formerly 'E Freidrich & Son' corner of Willey Street and Wicker.

this image courtesy of Dunsbyowl ...

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Oooh fantastic, my suggestion has been acted upon, to have a separate date stone thread!

OK, a short walk (ok, "WHEEL" hehe) up fargate from Boots/ Starbucks and along Division Street and devonshire Street brings us

Barclays Bank (bottom of Fargate) 1897

New Look Fargate 1997 (yes! 100 yrs from the Barclay's building!!)

Office" Shoe Shop, Fargate 1879

Thomas Cook, Fargate, 1904

H&M fargate (not entirely legible) 1880?

there's another dating stone above Lush but again its so interwoven it's not easily readable.

and when I got to Division st:-

Water Works Building (Now Lloyds No 1 bar, as mentioned previously) date stone now confirmed as 1867

Ruby Lounge, (was Dicken's Bar) Carver St inscription reads "National school Built By Subscription 1812"

Carver Street YASY/ Cruse/ YWCA building:- 1900

Zion Chapel Westfield Terrace, (Now houses Northern Counties Housing Assoc) 1834

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Am I getting too obsessed with this, do you think?

Thomas Aldam and Co (former Stone House pub) 1795

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1795 Thomas Aldam and Co (former Stone House pub)

1801, Heeley National School

1802 Carver Street Wesleyan Chapel

1812 Ruby Lounge, (was Dicken's Bar) Carver St inscription reads "National school Built By Subscription 1812"

1834 Zion Chapel Westfield Terrace, (Now houses Northern Counties Housing Assoc) 1834

1852 Bethel Chapel/ Sunday school Cambridge Street

1867 Sheffield Water Works Building (Now Lloyds No 1 bar)

1879 Office" Shoe Shop, Fargate

1880? H&M fargate (not entirely legible)

1888 Wharncliffe Clay Works (houses "Needful Things", corner of Devonshire Street, and Broomhall street)

1889 Sharrow St John's Methodist Church, Sharrow Lane "Methodist New Connexion 1889"

1900 Carver Street YASY/ Cruse/ YWCA building

1904 Formerly 'E Freidrich & Son' Pork Butcher corner of Willey Street and Wicker

1904 Thomas Cook, Fargate

1910 Cavendish buildings,West Street

1939 Centre 45, (the former bail hostel, and Probation services building) 45 Division Street

1989 Yates' Wine Lodge, Carver Street

1997 New Look Fargate (yes! 100 yrs from the Barclay's building!!)

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^^ ^^ how's that looking so far? ^^ ^^

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^^ ^^ how's that looking so far? ^^ ^^

That seems to have put the date stones in better order plain talker,

"you have a new job" :)

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^^ ^^ how's that looking so far? ^^ ^^

Got to congratulate you here plain talker, that list is looking very good and is developing in the way that I suggested it could.

Well done and thanks for taking this task on.

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well a short wander along Surrey Street brought the following date stones:-

Channing Hall 1881. Stone reads

"Upper Chapel Congregational Hall

This Stone was laid by

Marg't Jesson of

Endcliffe Grange

June 14th 1881"

The Halifax Building Society Junction Norfolk Street and Surrey St:- 1894

Montgomery Hall Surrey Street 1884

I also noticed a 17-something date stone (1784?) on a former Charity School on St James' Row, beside the Anglican Cathedral this afternoon.

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Date-Stones on Sheffield Buildings

Official List

 

 

1629 Hill Top Chapel, Attercliffe.

1658 Cross Daggers Woodhouse

1685 Burton Farm/House Oughtibridge

1690 Manor Farm Cottage Woodhouse.

1691 Stone in Wall on Bowfield Road, Shiregreen. (see Topic)

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1712 Farmhouse, No 2, Clough Fields, Back Lane, Crookes (date stone over door)

1728 Old Bank House, Hartshead (date on fall-pipe)

1729 Fulwood Old Chapel.

1730 Fulwood Old School House.

1750 Stone built in to the wall on the Footprint works on Hollis Croft (looks to have been added?)

1760 Cottages 46 - 52 Bradway Rd, nr Golf Driving Range (No 46 has the datestone of 1760).

1765 Building on Cherry Tree Road, recently sold under the name Wisteria Cottage.

1772 The Britannia Inn Attercliffe.

1777 Number 19 Paradise Square (date on fall-pipe)

1786 Poor Girls School, St James Row.

1791 Crookes endowed school, original building and 3 extensions 1866, 1869, 1886 all on date stones

1794 117/119 Westbar .....?

1795 Sharrow Green Cottage, Psalter Lane by Sharrow Head roundabout.

1795 Thomas Aldam and Co (former Stone House pub)

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1801 Heeley National School, Gleadless Rd

1804 Calver St Methodist Church now a Bar 'Walkabout'

1806 Sheffield Cathedral (date on fall-pipe)

1807 Gleadless and District Conservative Club (originally Gleadless Church School)

1812 Ruby Lounge, (was Dicken's Bar) Carver St inscription reads "National school Built By Subscription 1812"

1821 & 1878 Wesleyan Chapel, Stannington.

1828 The Grouse & Trout PH, Redmires (marks the site of)

1828 Methodist New Connexion Chapel, Scotland Street.

1828 or 1829 (The date is not entirely legible). Parson Cross School, Halifax Road, at the junction of Southey Green Road.

1831 Holly Mount, Sandygate Road.

1833 Industry Place - Top of Hollis Croft.

1834 Zion Chapel Westfield Terrace, (Now houses Northern Counties Housing Assoc)

1836 Pitsmoor Church Day School. Pitsmoor Road.

1836 Sheffield and Hallamshire Bank, Church Street.

1838 Woodhouse Parish Vestry, Tannery Street, Woodhouse.

1839 Queens Tower,Park Grange Rd, Norfolk Park,(now one and two bed apartments)

1849 Foundation stone of Christ Church, Pitsmoor, reads 16th Day of July.

1850 Grenoside Primitive Methodist Chapel.

1851 Grimesthorpe Wesleyan Sunday School ?

1852 Bethel Chapel/ Sunday school, Cambridge Street

1852 The lodge house on Taptonville Road.

1853 Samuel Osbornes/S.A.D.A.C.C.A, 48 Wicker.

1853 Westbourne Manor, Westbourne Road.

1854 Mowbray Steel Works Mowbray Street

1854 Nichols of Shalesmoor

1854 The Old Sheffield County Court building on Bank Street.

1855 258a Langsett Road.

1855 Grayson Willis & Bennett Solicitors, 7 North Church Street.

1857 Beech Hill (Out Building in the grounds of) Norfolk Park road.

1858 Heeley Primitive Methodist Chapel, 21 Gleadless Road.

1858 Wesleyan Chapel, Hollinsend Road.

1860 Royal Sheffield Institute for the Blind, Mappin Street. & 1939.

1861 The Royal Victoria Hotel.

1861 Wesleyan Reform Sunday School, Borough Road, S6.

1861 Woodhouse Wesleyan School.

1864 Burngreave Vestry Hall.

1865 Gleadless Methodist Church.

1867 Nether Edge Bowling Club, 8 Nether Edge Road, S7.

1867 Sheffield Water Works Building (Now Lloyds No 1 bar).

1868 Hyde Place on Park Crescent.

1868 John Lewis, Cambridge St.

1870 Former Technical School, corner of Orchard Ln/Leopold Street.

1871 St Mary's School - South Road Walkley.

1872 Broomhill Infant School, Beech Hill Road.

1873 Melbourne Place, 404 - 406 London Road, S8.

1874 Lowfield Primary School, London Rd, S2.

1874 Sheffield Gaslight Co. Commercial Street.

1875 Building on Sylvester Street.

1875 Pye Bank School, Andover Street.

1875 Springfield School, Broomspring Lane.

1876 Corner shop (Cherry Street), 397 Shoreham Street.

1876 Manor Lane Junior School.

1876 Mount View United Methodist, Derbyshire Lane

1876 Ruskin building, Norfolk Street.

1877 Middlewood Lodge Now Elmore Nurser, Middlewood Rd

1877 Jessop Hospital.

1878 Blind Institution, Manchester Road, Broomhill.

1878 Fir Vale Workhouse formely Sheffield Union Workhouse, became Firvale Infirmary then Northern General.

1878 Netherthorpe school has the wording "Sheffield School Board"

1878 Provincial House, Solly Street.

1878 Rose Villa, 84 Queens Road, Beighton.

1878 Sheffield Tram Depot, Albert Road (now flats)

1878 Woodhouse Wesleyan Chapel, Chapel Street, Woodhouse.

1879 Earl of Arundel and Surrey, Queens Road.

1879 Moor Oaks View, corner of Crookesmoor Road and Highnam Crescent Road.

1879 Office" Shoe Shop, Fargate.

1879 Sacred Heart Presbytery, Forbes Rd/Langsett Road.

1880 H&M Fargate (not entirely legible) ..?

1880 Providence Terrace (JPI), 124 Cross Hill, Ecclesfield.

1880 Terrace houses, Owler Lane, Page Hall - Grimesthorpe, S4.

1880 Sunday School adjoining St Johns Methodist Church at Crookesmoor.

1881 Crookesmoor House - at the junction of Crookesmoor Road and Crookes Valley Road.

1881 Channing Hall & The Upper Chapel Congregational Hall, Surrey Street.

1881 Perseverence Terrace, 26 Loxley New Road.

1882 Shakespeare Villa, Chesterfield Road.

1883 Aberdeen Works Trafalgar Street, S1 3RL.

1883 'Ebenezer school' Ebenezer Street, Kelham Island

1883 Waggon & Horses PH, Gleadless Road, Heeley.

1884 Building opposite Specsavers, Pinstone Street.

1884 HSBC Bank building, Pinstone Street.

1884 Montgomery Hall, Surrey Street

1884 No.93 P&A Partnership, Solicitors, Queen St.

1884 Tiger Works West St

1885 Hutton & Sons, Orange Street.

1885.Loxley Weslayan Chapel,Loxley Road.

1886 Primitive Methodist Chapel, corner of Mansfield Road and Foxwood Road.

1886 Town Hall, also has extensions dating - 1887, 1888, 1894 (date on fall-pipe), 1895, 1896 and 1921 (date on fall-pipe).

1887 Endcliffe Park, Commemoration Stone (Queen Victoria).

1887 Terraced houses, (named Jubilee Place), 60 & 62 Taplin Road, S6.

1887 Mappin Art Gallery.

1888 Bank of Scotland, Leopold Street.

1888 House on Corner of Ball Rd & Riponden Rd, Hillsborough

1888 Wharncliffe Clay Works (houses "Needful Things", corner of Devonshire Street, and Broomhall street)

1889 Albert Terrace, Middlewood Road.

1889 Barber Harrison and Platt at 2 Rutland Park. The number 89 is above the Rutland Park entrance to the building which is on the even number corner of both Rutland Park and Clarkehouse Road, so the number probably represents a date.

1889 Earnshaws Buildings,58 Abbeydale Road, S7

1889 Old Works, at 118 Mowbray Street.

1889 Sharrow St John's Methodist Church, Sharrow Lane "Methodist New Connexion 1889"

1889 Victoria Terrace, Middlewood Road.

1889 Woodhouse United Methodist Free Church, Chapel Street, Woodhouse.

1890 Anns Road school, Heeley.

1890 Bodmin Street Reform Chapel.

1890 Cowlishaw Rise, Cowlishaw Road.

1890 Ebenezer Primitive Methodists - South Rd walkley.

1890 Prospect Terrace, Middlewood Road.

1890 26 Upper Albert Road, S8.

1891 Memorial Drinking Fountain, Meersbrook Park, S8.

1891 Number 37 Beechwood road, Hillsborough.

1892 Ferncroft, Cowlishaw Road, opposite the junction of Osberton Place.

1892 House on Ball Rd, Hillsborough.

1892 Neepsend Police Station.

1892 Pinstone Street, entrances/connections to the Salvation Army Citadel.

1892 Victoria Terrace, Staniforth Road. (probably 382, near the junction of Faranden Road).

1893 Laural House, 294 Staniforth Road.

1893 St Johns Meeting Rooms, Abbeydale Road South.

1894 Attercliffe library.

1894 Northern General Hospital, Clock tower, also on old structure.

1894 Science school entrance, Orchard Lane.

1894 Special Steel Company Ltd, Faraday Rd.

1894 The Halifax Building Society, Surrey Street.

1895 Cairns Chambers, 20 Church Street.

1895 Mayfield Wesleyan Reform Chapel

1895 Myrtles, house on Parkside Road.

1895 Upperthorpe Baths.

1896 Hillsborough Market, Holme Lane.

1896 St Andrews Methodist Church, Gleadless Road

1897 Anns Grove School ( old) Heeley, formerly named Anns Road School.

1897 Black Swan Walk.

1897 Crookes Market Place, Corner of Crookes and School Road.

1897 Centenary House, Heritage Park, (former Royal Infirmary) Albert Terrace Road.

1897 House on Hallamgate Road.

1897 House at top of Shrewsbury Rd (Evesham Villas)

1898 Parkwood View - Shop on the corner of Walkley Lane and Kirkstone Road.

1897 Roslin Villas, 366-368 Firth Park Road.

1899 Allen Street school.

1899 ????? Cottages, 222 Penistone Road North (The date is not entirely legible).

1899 Cyril Villa (Sheffield Music) on Ecclesall Road, near the junction of Hickmott Road.

1899 Jersey Villa, 1 Claywood Road, off Shrewsbury Road, S2.

1899 Stickford Cottages, Penistone Road North, near Vere Road.

1899 Woofindin Almshouses, Hunters Bar, Ecclesall Rd.

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1900 Aby Cottages, 33 Vere Road.

1900 Attercliffe Bank, 570 Attercliffe Road.

1900 Carlton Cottages, 9 Vere Road.

1900 Carver Street YASY/ Cruse/ YWCA building

1900 Castle House, Royal Exchange Buildings, Lady's Bridge.

1900 Claxby Cottages, odd numbered side of Vere Road.

1900 Haugh Cottages, 25 Vere Road.

1900 Hutton Buildings, West Street.

1900 Legbourne Cottages 57 Vere Road.

1900 Rigsby Cottages, 63 Vere Road.

1900 Royal Victoria Buildings, Lady's Bridge.

1900 Sheffield Savings Bank ((former) Heeley branch, Queens Rd.

1900 Somersby Cottages, odd numbered side of Vere Road.

1900 Swaby Cottages, 3 Vere Road.

1900 Tetford Cottages, odd numbered side of Vere Road.

1900 Thorseby Cottages, 49 Vere Road.

1901 Alford Cottages, 52 Vere Road.

1901 Boston Cottages, 20 Vere Road.

1901 Botanical Villas, Walton Road.

1901 Caistor Cottages, even numbered side of Vere Road.

1901 Don Valley Hotel, Attercliffe Road.

1901 Jeffcock's Nurse's Home, Ecclesfield.

1901 Louth Cottages, 60 Vere Road.

1901 Spilsby Cottages, 70 Vere Road.

1901 Sturton Rise - Osagathorpe.

1901 Hillsborough Trinity Methodist Church

1901 Morley Street School.

1901 Rasen Cottages, 36 Vere Road.

1901 28 Vere Road, (Date and house name painted over and not legible).

1902 Childrens Hospital.

1902 Coperfield Villas, Penistone Road North, between Fielding Road and Bickerton Road.

1902 Gainsbro Cottages, 10 and 12 Vere Road.

1902 Horncastle Cottages, 4 and 6 Vere Road.

1902 Moorland Villas, City Road.

1902 Wickfield Villas, Penistone Road North, between Fielding Road and Bickerton Road.

1903 & 1921, Firth House, Weston Park, (Inscription)

1903 Gordon Villas (house name) Mansfield Road

1903 Hallamshire Hotel, West Street.

1903 building on Lumley Street (east section), near the former Sheffield Central Works Depot, date is not entirely legible.

1903 St Silas Church Hall.

1903  8 & 10 Stanley Street, S3, former Thomas Wragg & Sons, firebrick manufacturers.

1903 The Cannon PH, Castle St.

1903 West End Hotel (new frontage).

1904 Cottage on Ringinglow Rd, (just above Castle Dyke, and next to playing fields drive).

1904 Darnall Market/HSBC Staniforth Rd.

1904 Former 'E Freidrich & Son' Pork Butcher corner of Willey Street and Wicker

1904 Gatty Memorial Hall, Ecclesfield

1904 Thomas Cook, Fargate

1904 Walkley Library - South Rd and Walkley Rd.

1904 White House Buildings, Infirmary Road.

1905 53/59 West St.

1905 Building corner of Glossop Rd/Regent Street.

1905 Page Hall Market.

1905 Woodhouse Chapel.

1906 Balfour Villas, 502 Staniforth Road.

1906 Rutland Hall, off Rutland Road.

1907 Building on Glossop Road.

1907 Cavendish Buildings,West Street, with extensions dated; 1910 and 1919.

1907 Primative Methodist Centenary Hall & Sunday Schools, 117 Hawksley Avenue, S6.

1907 Somme Barracks Glossop Road.

1907 46-48 Stannington Road.

1908 Building in St Peter's Close.

1908 Salmon Pastures School's (commemorative stone) *

1908 Victoria Hall, Norfolk Street, (also on fall-pipe).

1909 HSBC bank, corner of Chesterfield Road and Chantrey Road, Woodseats.

1909 Shop, (former Post Office) 143 Ecclesall Road South, S11.

1909 Salvation Army Infirmary Road.

1909 The old telephone exchange on Pond Street.

1910 Building on corner of Wadsley Lane and Middlewood Road.

1910 Enterance Arch to the Pavilion Cafe, Norfolk Heritage Park (see post #216)

1910 Bus/Tram Sheds (former) Leadmill Road.

1910 Rivelin Tunnel, Wyming Brook Drive, Rivelin (bottom dam).

1910 Stannington Infant School.

1910 United Reform Church, Carlton Rd, Hillsborough

1911 Imperial Buildings, London Road (near John Street)

1911 Mappin Building, Mappin Street.

1911 United Methodist Church, Sicey Avenue.

1911 Special Forged Products, Birch Rd.

1912 Houses 130/132 Dovercourt Road.

1912 United Methodist Church at the junction of Nether Green Road and Fulwood Road

1913 Building on Hatton Road ?

1913 Rutland House, City Road (opposite cemetry)

1913 Sheffield Sheffield Coroners Court (former), Nursery St

1913 Tapton Hill Congregational Church, Manchester Road.

1913 Former SECS building (Amusement Caterers) on Walkley Lane at the junction of Carnaby Road.

1914 51 Bridge Street, junction of Love Street, S3.

1914 43/44 West St.

1914 Hillsboro Baptist Church.

1914 House on City Road.(opposite cemetry)

1914 Mayfair Court, West Bar (date on fall-pipe)

1915 Co-Op Building, Nether Green.

1915 House on City Road (opposite cemetry)

1915 Park House, Bernard Street.

1915 The old S&E Co-Op building at the junction of Oakbrook and Hangingwater Rd.

1915 Mudfords Building, Exchange Street.

1915 Part of the North British Steelworks, Dixon Street, S3.

1916 Studio/building, Brown Street.

1920 Old Hillsborough Park Cinema (now NETTO)

1921 Town Hall, extention (date on fall-pipe)

1922 Co-Op (S&E) Walkley Road.

1923 Building on Middlewood Road (named 'Terminus Market')

1923 Mazda Buildings, behind the Cathedral on Campo Ln.

1924 Cadbury - Trebor - Bassett factory on Dutton Road, S6.

1924 St Judes Parish Hall, Gibralter St (Opened 29th April by F L Tozer).

1925 War Memorial Hall, Brook Hill.

1925 Manor House, Cross Street, Woodhouse.

1926 Walkley and Hillsborough District Baths (now Rawson Spring Pub).

1927 The Wharncliffe public house, Bevercotes Road.

1930 Corner of Dixon Road and Wynyard Road, Hillsborough.

1930 Stanley House, Stanley Street

1930 Burtons building, now Subway at Hillsborough corner, laid by one of the Burton's.

1931 Childrens Hospital. (extension perhaps?).

1931 Salvation Army building, Darnall Road.

1932 St Aidan's Church, Manor Lane.

1933 Building now occupied by Sheffield Hallam University, Eyre Lane (also displays a 1945 date).

1933 No.95 Royston Parkin Solicitors, Queen St.

1934 J D Cook & Beard Homes, Argyle Close, Meersbrook.

1935 Beauchief Gardens, Abbeydale Road South.

1935 Row of shops at Gleadless Townend on Whites Lane / Norton Avenue.

1936 St. Gabriel's Church, Greystones.

1937 Building? on Cross Street, Woodhouse.

1939 Building on Trippet Lane (next to scout shop).

1939 Centre 45,(the former bail hostel, and Probation services building) 45 Division Street.

1939 Fairleigh Social Club, Fairleigh, Manor Top.

1939 Royal Society for the blind, Mappin Street.

1945 Building now occupied by Sheffield Hallam University, Eyre Lane (also displays a 1933 date).

1950 Eye Witness Works, Thomas Street. (date of - part rebuild).

1952 - CBC Computer Systems, Redwood House, 68 Brown Street, S1.

1953 Balfour Darwin's Beeley Wood forge, Beeley woods.

1954 Steps at Hangingwater Road bridge, leading down to Shepherd Wheel dam (Renovation date).

1955 Scout Shop, Trippet Lane.

1956 Barclays Bank, ("Pagoda Bank") Junction Cemetery Road and London Road (Now the Chinese Firework Company)

1968 George Senior & Son Ltd (Commemorative Arch) Pond Hill 1872-1968)

1964 Friends Meeting House, Hartshead Square.

1981 Oaksfold cruck barn,Concorde Park.

1987 Orchard Square.

1988 Duchess Road Community Centre, S2.

1988 Flats/Houses, corner of Monmouth Street/Hanover Street (former).

1989 Yates' Wine Lodge, Carver Street.

1989 Quaker Meeting House, St James Row.

1993 Building on the corner of Carver St/Division Street.

1991 Tudor Square (date opened).

1992 Sheffield University, Regent Court, Portobello.

1995 Ozzy Owl date stone, (house) Walkley Road.

1997 Flats/Apartments, Archer Road.

1997 Special Steel Company Ltd, Faraday Rd. (date of refurbishment)

1997 New Look, Fargate.

1998 Upperthorpe Medical Centre, Upperthorpe.

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2000 Egerton House, Egerton Street.

2001 Building in Hartshead Square.

2000 Extension to a building on Tom Lane.

2002 Church conversion - Corner of Walkley Road-Walkley Bank Rd. Not a stone, but the modern equivalent Plastic :-)

2003 Winter Garden (date opened)

2003 Montgomery place, Montgomery Terrace Road.

2005 JLM Court, Longfield Road, S6.

2005 New housing development just off Ridgeway Road, Gleadless Townend

2006 The building now on the site of the Ecclesall non political club.

2008 Green Homes, Guildford Walk, Norfolk Park.

2008 Middlewood Hospital (Former), Administration Building (date on New clock).

2008 Vincent Court, Manor Lane, by the junction of Maltravers Road.

 

 

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List updated: 14/08/18.  SteveHB

 

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1795 Thomas Aldam and Co (former Stone House pub)

1801, Heeley National School

1802 Carver Street Wesleyan Chapel

1812 Ruby Lounge, (was Dicken's Bar) Carver St inscription reads "National school Built By Subscription 1812"

1834 Zion Chapel Westfield Terrace, (Now houses Northern Counties Housing Assoc) 1834

1852 Bethel Chapel/ Sunday school Cambridge Street

1867 Sheffield Water Works Building (Now Lloyds No 1 bar)

1879 Office" Shoe Shop, Fargate

1880? H&M Fargate (not entirely legible)

1881 Channing Hall

1884 Montgomery Hall Surrey Street

1888 Wharncliffe Clay Works (houses "Needful Things", corner of Devonshire Street, and Broomhall street)

1889 Sharrow St John's Methodist Church, Sharrow Lane "Methodist New Connexion 1889"

1894 The Halifax Building Society Surrey St

1900 Carver Street YASY/ Cruse/ YWCA building

1904 Former 'E Freidrich & Son' Pork Butcher corner of Willey Street and Wicker

1904 Thomas Cook, Fargate

1910 Cavendish Buildings,West Street

1939 Centre 45, (the former bail hostel, and Probation services building) 45 Division Street

1989 Yates' Wine Lodge, Carver Street

1997 New Look Fargate

Crookes endowed school, original building 1791 and 3 extensions 1866, 1869, 1886 all on date stones

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Not sure if this counts... The initials W.B. and the date 1627 are carved into the oak panelling in the Hall of Bishops' House.

Jeremy

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Not sure if this counts... The initials W.B. and the date 1627 are carved into the oak panelling in the Hall of Bishops' House.

Jeremy

Thanks for your input Jeremy,

but I would say that we have to stick with dates that are viewable

from the outside,

on the exterior of buildings.

Steve

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What about the photograph purple jumper took for the Methodist church thread?

Ebenezer school 1883.

Also I have a photograph of the childrens hospital which looks like 1908.

Last week I noticed Nichols of Shalesmoor as got a date on [older than I thought]

I will check what it is the next time I pass.

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What about the photograph purple jumper took for the Methodist church thread?

Ebenezer school 1883.

Also I have a photograph of the childrens hospital which looks like 1908.

Last week I noticed Nichols of Shalesmoor as got a date on [older than I thought]

I will check what it is the next time I pass.

Thanks ukelele lady.

1883, 'Ebenezer school'

Ebenezer Street, Kelham Island?

photograph courtesy of member purplejumper.

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1839, Queens Tower

Park Grange Rd, Norfolk Park,

(now one and two bed apartments)

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The Old Sheffield County Court building on Queen St 1854

More on Queen St

No.93 P&A Partnership Solicitors 1884

No.95 Royston Parkin Solicitors 1933

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