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Date-Stones on Sheffield Buildings

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Allen Street school 1899

Nichols of Shalesmoor 1854.

Netherthorpe school has the wording " Sheffield School Board 1878"

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1839, Queens Tower

Park Grange Rd, Norfolk Park,

(now one and two bed apartments)

Queens Tower would make a good mystery location lol

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

1890 - Ebenezer Primitive Methodists - South Rd walkley

1871 - St Mary's School - South Road Walkley

1904 - Walkley Library - South Rd and Walkley Rd

I've been driving round at work today and seen loads. These are the only ones I could stop and write down.

There's a big one on the Penistone Rd bridge over the Porter at Sheff. Wednesday ground. On your right driving into town. It's partly obscured by a fence and difficult to read at 30 mph. Could be 1915. Perhaps a walker could read it.

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

1890 - Ebenezer Primitive Methodists - South Rd walkley

1871 - St Mary's School - South Road Walkley

1904 - Walkley Library - South Rd and Walkley Rd

I've been driving round at work today and seen loads. These are the only ones I could stop and write down.

There's a big one on the Penistone Rd bridge over the Porter at Sheff. Wednesday ground. On your right driving into town. It's partly obscured by a fence and difficult to read at 30 mph. Could be 1915. Perhaps a walker could read it.

Scotlend Street

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"Thank You" to all members who have submitted,

I have updated 'plain talkers' list in post # 17.

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"Thank You" to all members who have submitted,

I have updated 'plain talkers' list in post # 17.

Another one

St Judes Parish Hall, Gibralter St

Opened by F L Tozer

29 Apr 1924

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okay, we have, now,

1912 Park Baths and Library, Duke Street,

1911 Imperial Buildings, London Road (near John Street)

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

I'll update the list with these and the other contributions, later this evening.

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okay, we have, now,

1912 Park Baths and Library, Duke Street,

1911 Imperial Buildings, London Road (near John Street)

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

I'll update the list with these and the other contributions, later this evening.

1912 Park Baths and Library, Duke Street,

says 1902 on the front of the building.

Round the side, like you say it looks to be 1912.

or is it an optical illusion?

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1912 Park Baths and Library, Duke Street,

says 1902 on the front of the building.

Round the side, like you say it looks to be 1912.

or is it an optical illusion?

Scout Shop on Trippet Ln 1955

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Found one for 1828, but does it count if that's all that's left of the building???

The old Grouse & Trout Pub at redmires.

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Found one for 1828, but does it count if that's all that's left of the building???

Can't make my mind up on that one mike142sl

Quote DaveH ..

"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"

As DaveH is having computer problems at the moment,

may be Stuart0742 can help us with this one.

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Can't make my mind up on that one mike142sl

Quote DaveH ..

"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"

As DaveH is having computer problems at the moment,

may be Stuart0742 can help us with this one.

The original challenge was to find date stones on Sheffield buildings, this was on the back of the "Mystery Location" topic. The idea is to get people to look at buildings as a whole rather than just the modern bits.

I think the final decision should be Planetalker's she is overseeing the list.

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Well, looks like I'm in with a shout of having the earliest so far then. Would be useful to have a definitive list on the OP.

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St. Gabriel's Church Greystones 1936. The stone is in the original outside wall, but a new entrance porch means it's now inside the entrance hall, but it's still visible from outside.

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Where is it

Grogg carved it,

it was his house .. lol

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Where is it

Another couple from the same building

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I did think that after I had posted the first pic.

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1729 Fulwood Old Chapel

1730 Fulwood Old School House

1895 Mayfield Wesleyan Reform Chapel

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Are we using the word 'building' in a looser sense here Sando? <_<

Yes,very loosly, the stones are part of the base to stanage pole.

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This is the back of the Post Office building, is it on Shude Hill?

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