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Crissisdecon

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Nothing that special, but here is an update (more so of the graffiti) on the Tram sheds in Sheffield.

History credit : HughieD
This very long brick-built building is what used to be Attercliffe Tram Sheds. It was used for servicing the city’s trams when we had trams the first time around. The system closed on 8th October 1960 so this place has probably been derelict since the early 60s. The trams returned in 1994 in the shape of Supertram costing £240 million pounds. Ironically a new Supertram depot sits just over the fence next to the old one.

The building itself is not that interesting - it’s more to do with the fact that it now plays host to what can best be described as one long urban art gallery featuring some of the local area's top graffiti artists (Coloquix, Mars etc).

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