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Sheffield Courthouse (Re-visit)

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Originally built to replace Sheffield's first Town Hall (1807-8)

Extended in 1833 and again in 1866 with the addition of the Clock Tower

By the 1890's it became to small for a Town Hall, so in 1896 it was further extended and became Sheffield Crown Court

The courts were linked to the nearby Police offices by and underground tunnel (which is now bricked up at the other end)

By 1990, the courts had moved to a new premises, the final entry in the Magistrates attendance book was 27th October 1995

Now a grade II listed building, it has also been named by the Victorian Society as one of their top ten buildings at risk

I first checked out this place with Millhouse back in 2011, it was a rushed job and it was going dark, I also never came away with any real pics of the cells before we decided to bail


An unfortunate start to a Sunday stroll nearly saw myself and TLR sharing a camera and tripod between us for the day

Shitter having no tripod, still TLR's rusty Canon survived a rather severe drop :D


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