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  1. degenerate

    Sheffield Crown Court - January 2018

    Sheffield Old Town Hall stands on Waingate in central Sheffield, England, opposite Castle Market. The building was commissioned to replace Sheffield's first town hall, which had opened in 1700 to a design by William Renny. This first structure stood by the parish church, on a site with little...
  2. degenerate

    Dewsbury Library, Dewsbury - May 2017

    This Grade II listed building was built in 1894-96 and has been altered altered 1931 and 1967. The large children's mural was designed in 1931 by Herbert Wood. In more recent times it has been The Taj Banqueting Suite which was evacuated in 2014 when when an explosion caused a fire in the...
  3. degenerate

    St. Judes Church, Sheffield - September 2016

    Construction of St Jude's Moorfields Church School started in 1844 and was completed around 1858 and was to serve one of the slum parishes in Sheffield. Later renamed St. Judes Anglican Church. In 1980 it became Assembly of God Pentecostal Church, it closed in 1999. The building has been...
  4. degenerate

    Thompson Machine Tools Ltd, Sheffield - September 2016

    Got no history on this one, it looks like its used as storage by Viridor as theres loads of wheelie bins in one of the rooms, it's also stripped so don't get your hopes up.  
  5. degenerate

    France Le Cimetière des Légendes - Febuary 2016

    That's awesome, I love seeing shots of old vehicles left to rust away in woodland  :)
  6. degenerate

    Germany Dr Annas House... April '16

    Sweet as Perjury Saint!  :)
  7. degenerate

    George Barnsley & Sons, Sheffield - April 2016

    It's that time of the month for another George Barnsley report! George Barnsley and Sons Ltd. (founded 1836) They were in Cornish Place on the Don and specialised in forge filing and cutting tools for leather workers and shoe makers. One George Barnsley was Master Cutler in 1883. George...
  8. degenerate

    Germany Papermill W... April '16

    Very tasty indeed PS. First shots wicked  :-P
  9. degenerate

    Pye Bank School, Sheffield - April 2016

    Pye Bank Primary School, one of the original Sheffield Board Schools, was designed by architects Innocent and Brown, and was opened in 1875. The buildings were unlocked on 1st December by Mrs Mark Firth in the presence of Sir John Brown, a British industrialist, and Viscount Sandon using a large...
  10. degenerate

    Williams Fasteners, Sheffield - April 2016

    Before you go any further I'll warn you now this place is pretty barren and I'm posting this as an update to what it's like now. Most has now been demolished with the remains heavily covered in graffiti including some of Sheffield’s usual suspects, Coloquix, coLor and Phlegm. Williams Fasteners...
  11. degenerate

    Germany Mission to Mars - March 2016

    Curious looking place, looks interesting. I like what you managed to get before you had to bail.  :)
  12. degenerate

    Newton Aycliffe Clock Tower, Newton Aycliffe - May 2016

    I love clock towers, that last picture is an instant win!! Great shots, nice to see your wait paid off  :)
  13. degenerate

    Firth Brown Medical Centre, Sheffield - April 2016

    This former medical centre would have been used to treat injured workers and although not quite 'underground' it is now buried underneath a car park.  Firth Brown Steels was initially formed in 1902, when Sheffield steelmakers John Brown and Company exchanged shares and came to a working...
  14. degenerate

    Sugden Construction Developments Ltd, Sowerby Bridge - April 2016

    No idea on any history of the place and to be totally honest I'm not even sure it belonged to the aforementioned place I'm just going off the sign I found inside. There are signs of construction equipment throughout the house, ladders, tools etc some older than others. Maybe whoever owns/owned...
  15. degenerate

    Globe Mill 2, Slaithwaite - March 2016

    Globe Worsted Mills were built in two stages – the construction of the first, Globe 1 began straight away in 1887 and was completed by the following year.  Globe 1 was 5 stories high and consisted of 33 bays. A detached boiler house, chimney and offices were also included on the site between...
  16. degenerate

    France Lost Aquarium

    That's proper cool, that sharks ace.
  17. degenerate

    Belgium Maison Clementine... March '16

    Great shots, looks like a nice little house. I'm rather fond of the bathroom organ  :-D
  18. degenerate

    Opal 3, Leeds - March 16

    Very nice, Leeds looks so much better from above  :wink:
  19. degenerate

    Newsome Mill, Newsome - February 2016

    Newsome Mill was owned by the firm of Taylor and Littlewood from its opening in 1827 until it closed in 1983. The declining use of suits as an essential part of a man's wardrobe and the collapse of the Japanese economy, an important export market for Taylor and Littlewood, were in part...
  20. degenerate

    Great Britain Walkley Clogs, Mytholmroyd - February 2016

    Cheers, it's a good way to kill a few hours.

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