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Plan of the Rivelin Valley from Rivelin Mill to Hollins Bridge, c. 1814 Featured Print

Plan of the Rivelin Valley from Rivelin Mill to Hollins Bridge, c. 1814

From an original at Sheffield Libraries: arc03990.
Reading left to right: Rivelin Mill, [River Rivelin], Upper Coppice Wheel, Second Coppice Wheel, Third Coppice Wheel, paper mill, fourth coppice wheel, dam and works, Wolf Field, Wolf or Rocker, Wheel, J. Windle, George Harrop, Joseph Greaves, Rivelin South Bank Road, dam [ -] and works, Swallow Wheel, Robert Townsend, Thomas Burch, Rivelin North Bank Road, Jno. Brownell, Plonk Wheel, J. Harrison, Hind Wheels, Samuel Hallam, Upper Cutford Wheel, dam works and goight, Nether Cutford Wheel, Geo. Tippin, William Alsop, Little London Wheel, dam and works, Jno. Dale, Holmehead Wheel, Cadman, Spooner and Co., Mr Shaw, Roscoe Wheel, Works and dam and goight, Holme Wood, Threap Wood, Robert Greaves, Spooner Wheel, Rivelin Bridge Wheel, Thomas Blakes.
Shows [Rivelin Valley Road, Hagg Lane, Long Lane, Rivelin Park Road, Hollins Lane]

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Plan of several estates in the townships of Ecclesall Bierlow and Nether Hallam Featured Print

Plan of several estates in the townships of Ecclesall Bierlow and Nether Hallam

Full title: Plan of several estates in the townships of Ecclesall Bierlow and Nether Hallam, the property of Joseph and William Wilson.
Dated [c. 1825-1830]
Porter Brook, Long Field, Square Field, Spring Field, Brocco Bank Allotment, Upper Field, House Field, Tom Field [House], Clark House [sic] Field, Endcliff [sic] Wheel, pingle, Brocco Bank Close, Nether Field, Middle Field, Lower Delf Field, Upper Delph Field, Little Tom Field and part of Nether Field, Wheat Close, Wood Rough and part of Hilly Field, Great Tom Field and part of Halls Meadow, [River Porter], toll bar [Hunters Bar, Endcliffe Park, Ecclesall Road, Brocco Bank, Sharrow Vale], Upper Walsh Stubbing, Lower Walsh Stubbing, Halls Meadow, Lower part of the Meadow, Holme and Meadow, Bagshaw Field, Hilly Field, Meadow Spot, Sharrow Mill, dam and banks, West Brook, Stalker Wheel, Bank Close, House Close, House Field, North Shaw Field, Middle Stalker Lees, Upper South Shaw Field, Lower South Shaw Field, Lower Shaw Field, Breiry Holme, West Shaw Field, East Shaw Field, Upper Shaw Field.
[Covers the following area: Snuff Mill Lane, Stalker Lees Road, General Cemetery, Rosedale Road, Cemetery Avenue, Harefield Road, Denham Road, Harland Road, Neill Road, Eastwood Road. Meadow Terrace, Clarkehouse Road, Botanical Gardens, Endcliffe Vale Road, Botanical Road, Rossington Road, Wiseton Road, Newington Road, Endliffe Terrace Road, Endcliffe Rise Road, Wilson Road, Dover Road, Wadbrough Road, Southgrove Road, Broomgrove Road, Collegiate Crescent, Thompson Road, Khartoum Road, Walton Road, Bristol Road, Bagshot Street, Bruce Road, Westbrook Bank, Stewart Road, Ratcliffe Road, Jarrow Road, Gordon Road, Lynton Road, Wayland Road, Bowood Road].
Original at Sheffield Libraries: arc03951

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Duncans Royal Scotch collies, Sheffield, c. 1910 Featured Print

Duncans Royal Scotch collies, Sheffield, c. 1910

Duncan's Royal Scotch collies appeared at the Sheffield Empire in March 1908 and August 1910, described as not called the canine actors for nothing. They can somersault, play the harmonium, and give a realistic representation of a fire, with rescues by the life-ladder, in a way that provokes both applause and amusement.'
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: p01631

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