South Yorkshire - Places - Tinsley Towers: going, going, gone...
They'd been camping out since teatime. Some had portable gas stoves, some brought their young children tucked up in duvets in the back of their cars - all were there to watch the demolition of the Tinsley Towers.
henderson's relish, the taste of sheffield
the taste of sheffield upper hanover street, sheffield, south yorkshire, england Though similar in appearance to a Worcestershire sauce, Henderson’s Relish is unique in its aroma and flavour. It can be used both as a sauce on meat dishes, pies, fish, chips and as a cooking ingredient in casseroles, pasta dishes, soups and marinades. Unlike other comparable sauces, the relish is also suitable for vegetarians. The special mix of spices are blended together with our secret recipe and…
The Old Queen's Head, Pond Street, Sheffield. The oldest surviving domestic building in Sheffield. The use of the building as a pub only dates back to 1840.
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General View of Sheffield from the Station, 1879 In the foreground is Smithfield Market, Tower Grinding Wheel, Blonk Bridge & River Don. Taken from the 'Illustrated London News, 23rd August 1879', Re: The British Association for the Advancement of Science Visit.
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