Sheffield, Hunters Bar c.1965

Sheffield, Hunters Bar c.1965

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Memories of Sheffield

Raf Norton

I was posted to RAF Norton in 1960 and told by the powers that be to catch a bus (number ??) from the railway station to the camp. I asked the conductor to tell me when I got to the stop. He said "RAF Norton, I've not heard of ...Read full memory

Western Road School

It was one of the largest schools in the area. It had a separate building for each of the age groups, infants, juniors and seniors. I lived in Springvale Road across the road from Siddal's sweatshop. One of the Siddal boys became chairman of the National Coalboard.

A memory of Sheffield by John Judge

Cadets

I was a cadet Nurse here aged 16yrs and a pupil nurse when I was 18yrs. Very happy memories

A memory of Sheffield by Joyce Booth

Sweetie Days

How this picture takes me back. I was born in 1944 in Ashland Road . My brother and I always spent our sweet ration at the corner shop - Frys chocolatce cream and Everton mints were my favourite. And round the corner at Gowers I remember the dark blue paper bags the sugar came in.

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History

As Sheffield expanded, a number of turnpike toll bars which had once been in the country were now located within built-up areas. Between 1875 and 1880 the council bought out tolls on the Chesterfield, Langsett and Worksop roads; Hunter's Bar itself was removed on October 1884. The last surviving toll bar in Sheffield was at Meadow Hall - the council paid £1400 for the rights in February 1911.

This is an excerpt from Sheffield and South Yorkshire Photographic Memories, by Clive Hardy

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