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Thread: Tinsley Wire Industries - Sheffield Road Works

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    Great stuff -- the whole area is gradually being tarted up --- lots of history has already gone......

    Just up the road from here is the yard of Harrisons -- a haulage contractor -- their place is worth a look if you are in the area... they don't welcome visitors but you can see quite a bit from the road -- I have been and when I get a minute I 'll start a thread if people are interested?



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  3. #12
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    Nice, galvanising funaces/vats still intact.:)

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    Excellant looking place there.

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    Beautiful photos Reaperman and what a find. That's some large scale industry there. V tasty

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    I remember this place before they shut down. I used to work for one of the old Steel companies near Forgemasters.

    I got the tram to work so i walked past this every day of the week, i remember the smoke from the back end on most mornings it stank lol!

    Great pics tho!

    Im back in Sheffield again now (after a 10 year absence) So if u fancy meeting up for a explore just give me a shout.

    Im always up for a good explore!

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