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Thread: THIS is Sheffield! April-June 2018

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    love those images - lots of memories from my younger days at college in the 90s



    quite some change going on down there now - should visit again soon before everything gets demo'd!

    thanks

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    Managed to get inside the Courthouse 2 weeks ago however I wasn't inside for long after having a little walk inside and hearing a shout and being threatened with the police

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    Nice write up and pictures
    Sheff is one of my fave cities not just for the derp

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    Thanks for the tour, I enjoyed it,
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    Nice update Hughie, you're right about Woollen, failed here earlier this year.
    No one ever wins. No one finally loses, except the dead. Under the sun they rot together with absolute biological equality.

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    I miss the good old days of Sheffield... remember starting out here & visiting all the sites mentioned... proper urbexing, poignant buildings, graffed up with some beauties... last time we visited we had a look at Stanley tools (sadly no entry)... itís good to see some regeneration going on but as you pointed out itís took some great explores with it... Cheers HughieD

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleboyexplore View Post
    I miss the good old days of Sheffield... remember starting out here & visiting all the sites mentioned... proper urbexing, poignant buildings, graffed up with some beauties... last time we visited we had a look at Stanley tools (sadly no entry)... it’s good to see some regeneration going on but as you pointed out it’s took some great explores with it... Cheers HughieD
    Cheers LBE. Shame Stanley Tools is a no go as I've never seen it.

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    "Progress" isn't always a good thing but your updates are, thanks HD
    ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by prettyvacant71 View Post
    "Progress" isn't always a good thing but your updates are, thanks HD
    Cheers PV! One of those has become doable again...

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