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Holmhirst Road, Woodseats, #Sheffield past and present

Holmhirst Road, Woodseats, #Sheffield past and present

Junction of Abbey Lane and Chesterfield Road in Woodseats #Sheffield - S8 Computers (@S8Computers) | Twitter

Junction of Abbey Lane and Chesterfield Road in Woodseats #Sheffield - S8 Computers (@S8Computers) | Twitter

Linscott Road Woodseats #Sheffield - Now and then S8 Computers (@S8Computers) | Twitter

Linscott Road Woodseats #Sheffield - Now and then S8 Computers (@S8Computers) | Twitter

Chantry Arms Pub in Woodseats #Sheffield by S8 Computers - Google+

Chantry Arms Pub in Woodseats #Sheffield by S8 Computers - Google+

Tram Terminus and Tram 107, Chesterfield Road at bottom of Chantrey Road. Original Image from Picture Sheffield - dated somewhere between 1900 and 1919.

Tram Terminus and Tram 107, Chesterfield Road at bottom of Chantrey Road. Original Image from Picture Sheffield - dated somewhere between 1900 and 1919.

Linscott Road Woodseats Sheffield by S8 Computers - Google+

Linscott Road Woodseats Sheffield by S8 Computers - Google+

Building on West Street Sheffield damaged during the blitz.

Building on West Street Sheffield damaged during the blitz.

Chantrey Arms Pub Woodseats Sheffield. Not sure of the year.

Chantrey Arms Pub Woodseats Sheffield. Not sure of the year.

Norton Leees Road - Sheffield around early 1900s. Original image from Picture Sheffield, blended with modern day shot from Google Street View

Norton Leees Road - Sheffield around early 1900s. Original image from Picture Sheffield, blended with modern day shot from Google Street View

Chantrey Arms Pub Woodseats, Sheffield. Early 1900s.

Chantrey Arms Pub Woodseats, Sheffield. Early 1900s.

Big Tree Pub, Chesterfield Road, Woodseats. Not sure of the year? Original Image from Picture Sheffield, blended with modern shot from Google Street View.

Big Tree Pub, Chesterfield Road, Woodseats. Not sure of the year? Original Image from Picture Sheffield, blended with modern shot from Google Street View.

Abbey Pub, Woodseats, Sheffield - Past and Present. Not sure of the date?

Abbey Pub, Woodseats, Sheffield - Past and Present. Not sure of the date?

Sheffield Past & Present - Collections - Google+

Sheffield Past & Present - Collections - Google+


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Junction of Abbey Lane and Chesterfield Road in Woodseats #Sheffield - S8 Computers (@S8Computers) | Twitter

Junction of Abbey Lane and Chesterfield Road in Woodseats #Sheffield - S8 Computers (@S8Computers) | Twitter

Linscott Road Woodseats #Sheffield - Now and then S8 Computers (@S8Computers) | Twitter

Linscott Road Woodseats #Sheffield - Now and then S8 Computers (@S8Computers) | Twitter

Tram at Woodseats, Sheffield. Chantrey Arms Pub is still there. #socialsheffield #sheffield

Tram at Woodseats, Sheffield. Chantrey Arms Pub is still there. #socialsheffield #sheffield

Woodseats, view from the corner of Bromwich Road looking towards Graves Park and No %03 and 507, Joseph Standish, Blacksmith. Bole Hill Lane (later renamed Cobnar Road) in background, left

Woodseats, view from the corner of Bromwich Road looking towards Graves Park and No %03 and 507, Joseph Standish, Blacksmith. Bole Hill Lane (later renamed Cobnar Road) in background, left

Big Tree Hotel, Chesterfield Road, Woodseats. Originally named the Masons Arms. Renamed the Big Tree due to the large oak tree at the front. Wesley is said to have preached here

Big Tree Hotel, Chesterfield Road, Woodseats. Originally named the Masons Arms. Renamed the Big Tree due to the large oak tree at the front. Wesley is said to have preached here

Coalstream place woodseats Sheffield  My FIL  Albert E Wardley was born in one of the Cottages Dec 17 1900  later the site of the Woodseats library

Coalstream place woodseats Sheffield My FIL Albert E Wardley was born in one of the Cottages Dec 17 1900 later the site of the Woodseats library

The Chantrey Picture House was located in the Woodseats district of Sheffield. It opened on 22nd May 1920 with “The Crimson Gardenia” and a Charlie Chaplin short. It was built by the local builder M.J. Gleeson and had a series of ornamental brick arches along the Chesterfield Road frontage, to which the auditorium block ran parallel, while above the entrance on the extreme right of the building extensive use of terracotta was used.  Seating capacity was for 1,400 in stalls and balcony and…

The Chantrey Picture House was located in the Woodseats district of Sheffield. It opened on 22nd May 1920 with “The Crimson Gardenia” and a Charlie Chaplin short. It was built by the local builder M.J. Gleeson and had a series of ornamental brick arches along the Chesterfield Road frontage, to which the auditorium block ran parallel, while above the entrance on the extreme right of the building extensive use of terracotta was used. Seating capacity was for 1,400 in stalls and balcony and…

Tram terminus on Chesterfield Road, Woodseats Sheffield with Chantry Pub on right #sheffield #pubs

Tram terminus on Chesterfield Road, Woodseats Sheffield with Chantry Pub on right #sheffield #pubs

Tram No. 113 on Chesterfield Road, Woodseats, Sheffield Tram Terminus, No 302, George Barker, Confectioner, in background #sheffield

Tram No. 113 on Chesterfield Road, Woodseats, Sheffield Tram Terminus, No 302, George Barker, Confectioner, in background #sheffield

Holmhirst Road, Woodseats, #Sheffield past and present

Holmhirst Road, Woodseats, #Sheffield past and present

Tram No. 69 travelling to Woodseats via Queens Road turning out of Nursery Street onto Ladys Bridge

Tram No. 69 travelling to Woodseats via Queens Road turning out of Nursery Street onto Ladys Bridge

Later Woodseats Motors...  site.was once  Coldstream Cottage where my uncle Albert Wardley was born in 1900

Later Woodseats Motors... site.was once Coldstream Cottage where my uncle Albert Wardley was born in 1900

Queen's Road at junction with Myrtle Road and Shoreham Street, No 528, Earl of Arundel and Surrey Hotel, right, Hodkin and Jones Ltd., Building Material Merchants (Havelock Bridge Works), left

Queen's Road at junction with Myrtle Road and Shoreham Street, No 528, Earl of Arundel and Surrey Hotel, right, Hodkin and Jones Ltd., Building Material Merchants (Havelock Bridge Works), left