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1Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Pieces of window tracery found in cleaning out part of the moat ( a rather yellow stone, possibly Magnesium Limestone) 	y00880

Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Pieces of window tracery found in cleaning out part of the moat ( a rather yellow stone, possibly Magnesium Limestone)

2Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Part of the central face and plinth course of Bastion Tower 	y00881

Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Part of the central face and plinth course of Bastion Tower

3Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Newly concreted excavation, burying the plinth of tower and several courses of masonry 	y00882

Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Newly concreted excavation, burying the plinth of tower and several courses of masonry

4Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Oak prop or stake, about 5 1/2 foot long, found in middle of excavated moat 	y00883

Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Oak prop or stake, about 5 1/2 foot long, found in middle of excavated moat

5Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Overlooking Chandler's Row 	y00884

Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Overlooking Chandler's Row

6Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Excavation in part of Castle moat which appears to have formed the entrance, showing square pier in centre, probably for a drawbridge to fall upon from the castle gateway 	y00885

Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Excavation in part of Castle moat which appears to have formed the entrance, showing square pier in centre, probably for a drawbridge to fall upon from the castle gateway

7Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Brick wall on Chandlers Row, about 30 feet high from the ground to the Castle level above. Largely a retaining wall and basements backing onto the original Castle wall 	y00887

Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Brick wall on Chandlers Row, about 30 feet high from the ground to the Castle level above. Largely a retaining wall and basements backing onto the original Castle wall

8Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Remains of Shambles Slaughter House, showing ancient beams discovered in a horizontal position. Newly built sewer manhole (for a new road for the continuation of Bridge Street), in backgrouy00891

Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Remains of Shambles Slaughter House, showing ancient beams discovered in a horizontal position. Newly built sewer manhole (for a new road for the continuation of Bridge Street), in backgrou

9Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Remains of Shambles Slaughter House, showing ancient beams discovered in a horizontal position. Newly built sewer manhole (for a new road for the continuation of Bridge Street), in backgrouy00892

Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Remains of Shambles Slaughter House, showing ancient beams discovered in a horizontal position. Newly built sewer manhole (for a new road for the continuation of Bridge Street), in backgrou

10Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Stone steps at N.E. of site leading down to some shallow vaulted brick basements, the floor of which rests upon some stone walling in Castle Folds Lane, below 	y00894

Sheffield Castle excavations recorded by J.B. Himsworth. Stone steps at N.E. of site leading down to some shallow vaulted brick basements, the floor of which rests upon some stone walling in Castle Folds Lane, below

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