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West View of Sheffield by William Ibbitt, 1855 Featured Buildings and streets Print

West View of Sheffield by William Ibbitt, 1855

New Dam in foreground, Old Great Dam in background, Dam House between both dams.
St. Phillips and Royal Infirmary can be seen to the left of the picture, in the distance

© Sheffield City Council

Crookes, Panoramic Views, Sheffield, William Ibbitt, Yorkshire

View over Wincobank and Brightside, Sheffield, Yorkshire, 1940s - 1950s Featured Buildings and streets Print

View over Wincobank and Brightside, Sheffield, Yorkshire, 1940s - 1950s

From (right) Jenkin Road showing (foreground, left of gas lamp) Tipton Street (left) St. Margaret's C.of E. Church, Brightside and (background) English Steel Corporation's River Don Works, Brightside Lane.
From an original at Sheffield Local Studies library: s43500

© Sheffield City Council

Brightside, English Steel Corporation, Gas Lamps, Jenkin Road, Panoramic Views, River Don Works, Sheffield, St Margaret, Steel, Tipton Street, Yorkshire

Victoria Park Hotel, junction of Clarkehouse Road and Southbourne Road, 1862. Later occupied as a private residence by Samuel Osborn and renamed Rutledge House Featured Buildings and streets Print

Victoria Park Hotel, junction of Clarkehouse Road and Southbourne Road, 1862. Later occupied as a private residence by Samuel Osborn and renamed Rutledge House

The Victoria Park Hotel and Bowling Green', opposite the Botanical Gardens, seems to have gone out of memory. It was opened about 1858 or 1859, and the only landlord the place had was Mr. John Law, landscape gardener, formerly the curator of the Botanical Gardens, and who published a few local items dealing with botany and the gardens. This would be a nice retreat from the town, with possible visits to the gardens, and Sterndale Bennett had the companionship of his wife and a son on this visit to Sheffield. A letter written at the time mentions a 'long visit from the Misses Sterndale.' Nothing is heard of the hotel after about 1862, and the premises became a private residence. The house is at the corner of Clarkehouse Road and Southbourne Road

© Sheffield City Council