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Thread: Sheffield's abandoned pubs: installment 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironsky View Post
    Farfield Inn closed after flood damage in 2007 was once called the 'Owl' a John Smiths pub, Bell Hagg closed c2000 was once a vicars home and had a delightful views over Sheffield, New Inn a beautiful example of a pub building was a Stones house close date unknown, The Old Harrow pub dates from the 1820s closed possibly in 2008 was a Wards house. Hope you included the Queens Hotel on Scotland Street its a very nice building closed in 1997 a Wards pub the inside is a classic 1920s pub.
    Queens Hotel in the next batch!


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    Unfortunately, its the same story all over the country

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