Sheffield pubs of my youth

Collection by Ian Marsden

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Matilda Tavern, No Matilda Street. Named after William the Conqueror's wife, Matilda of Flanders. Built as a coaching house in The archway next to the tavern was the entrance to Court No. which was probably used as a stable yard in the Sheffield Pubs, Sheffield England, Bramall Lane, William The Conqueror, Northern England, Industrial Architecture, South Yorkshire, Places Of Interest, Matilda

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Matilda Tavern, No 100, Matilda Street. Named after William the Conqueror's wife, Matilda of Flanders. Built as a coaching house in 1840. The archway next to the tavern was the entrance to Court No. 8, which was probably used as a stable yard in the

The skeletal clock face can be seen on the tower of St Mary the Virgin in Handsworth. Sheffield Pubs, Sheffield England, Yorkshire, Lantern, Keys, Roots, The Past, Photographs, Magic

Retro: Church has a huge place in history of our nation

The skeletal clock face can be seen on the tower of St Mary the Virgin in Handsworth.

The Howard Hotel, No Howard Street, junction of Pond Street Sheffield Pubs, Sheffield Steel, Sources Of Iron, Road Markings, South Yorkshire, Local History, Derbyshire, Beautiful Places

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The Howard Hotel, No 57, Howard Street, junction of Pond Street

Snig Hill at junction with Bank Street, left, after the demolition of the Black Swan Hotel Sheffield Pubs, Swan Hotel, Sources Of Iron, Industrial Development, Industrial Architecture, South Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Black Swan, Leeds

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Snig Hill at junction with Bank Street, left, after the demolition of the Black Swan Hotel

The Pump Tavern, Cumberland Way, junction of Earl Street Sheffield Pubs, Sheffield England, South Yorkshire, Heaven On Earth, Present Day, Old Photos, Nostalgia, Street View, Pinterest Marketing

The Pump pub on the Moor, Sheffield

Did anyone ever go in The Pump pub on the Moor? Whereabouts exactly was it?

I think it's Cup round v Crystal Palace, Jan won That match was certainly played in those conditions. Sheffield Pubs, Old Pub, Industrial Architecture, Crystal Palace, Yorkshire, Old Photos, The Past, Old Things, England

Old Photos For No Reason Whatsoever

I think it's Cup 3rd round v Crystal Palace, Jan 10th, 1959, won 2-0. That match was certainly played in those conditions. I worked with a Palace fan in the...

the Brunswick Hotel, Haymarket, no longer open, in Sheffield Pubs, Yorkshire, Old Photos, Liverpool, The Past, England, Street View, History, City

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Brunswick Hotel, Nos 13-15, Haymarket

Leadmill Road and Mortimer Street, from St. Mary's Road, Truro Tavern, No 189, St. Mary's Road, right, Leadmill Mission Hall can be seen in background, left Sheffield Pubs, Truro, Classic Mini, Yorkshire, Old Things, Youth, Street View, Adventure, History

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Leadmill Road and Mortimer Street, from St. Mary's Road, Truro Tavern, No 189, St. Mary's Road, right, Leadmill Mission Hall can be seen in background, left

Charles Street at junction of Eyre Street. No Charles Street, Empire Hotel, No Central Tyre Co. Sheffield Pubs, Empire Hotel, My Town, Classic Mini, Black History, Yorkshire, Automobile, Youth, Photos

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Charles Street at junction of Eyre Street. No 94, Charles Street, Empire Hotel, No 86/88, Central Tyre Co. Ltd.

 Aidan's Road at junction of Guilford Avenue Norfolk Park. Sheffield Pubs, St Aidans, Back In The Day, Norfolk, Yorkshire, Sweet Home, Youth, Public, Queen

Captive Queen Public House, St. Aidan's Road at junction of Guilford Avenue Norfolk Park. 1973.

Crookes Folk Club at the Princess Royal, Sheffield Events Sheffield Pubs, Yorkshire England, My Town, Folk, Youth, Street View, Explore, Mansions, Princess

Crookes Folk Club at the Princess Royal, Sheffield Events

Princess Royal, Slinn Street