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RichardB

Two-headed, six-legged Horse

1900's. James Cottam, Omnibus Proprietor, outside a surgeon's house in unidentified location. Cottam Brothers, omnibus proprietors and general carters (the family business), Bland Street, Grimesthorpe

http://www.picturesheffield.com/cgi-bin/pi...ff.refno=s15708

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RichardB

Unidentified street including Goverment Stores and derelict printers.

Labelled as West Bar, however no mention can be found in directories (1910's)

http://www.picturesheffield.com/cgi-bin/pi...ff.refno=s20317

[RichardB - I could definately see this on West Bar; corner with Furnace Hill]

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SteveHB

I would say that picturesheffield are right about the location

and the reversed image.

Do we get a prize for helping them out <_<

second image taken from Google View

ps: the picturesheffield image is used to provide

an answer to picturesheffields (Sheffield Local Studies Library) unsolved photo location.

The use of picturesheffield images is not permitted on SH.

But links may be used

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SteveHB

Let's not forget, we have our own 'Unidentified Photos'

This is one that has been running for eleven months

A link ... Here

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RichardB

Lets not forget,

we have our own 'Unidentified Photos'

This is one that has been running for eleven months

A link ... Here

Thanks, couldn't find my own head if ...

I've modified this topic to reflect what it is.

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RichardB

When we've solved a few more we will apply for our prize, or, at least let them know.

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