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1King's Head public house, Manchester Road, Broomhills06999

King's Head public house, Manchester Road, Broomhill

2The Plumpers Inn (original), corner of Sheffield Road and Town Street, Tinsleys07003

The Plumpers Inn (original), corner of Sheffield Road and Town Street, Tinsley

3The Plumpers Inn (original), Sheffield Road, Tinsley looking towards Tinsley Terraces07004

The Plumpers Inn (original), Sheffield Road, Tinsley looking towards Tinsley Terrace

4The Plumpers Inn (original), at the corner of Sheffield Road and Town Street, Tinsleys07005

The Plumpers Inn (original), at the corner of Sheffield Road and Town Street, Tinsley

5Norfolk Arms, Manchester Road, at bottom of Onksley Lane, Fearney Hill, Hollow Meadows, Rivelin Sides07021

Norfolk Arms, Manchester Road, at bottom of Onksley Lane, Fearney Hill, Hollow Meadows, Rivelin Side

6The Old Crown Inn, No 101, London Road, Highfields07053

The Old Crown Inn, No 101, London Road, Highfield

7Unnamed beerhouse, No 8, Church Street, Oughtibridge. Later converted into a cottage, next to the Hare and Hounds public house (on right)s07056

Unnamed beerhouse, No 8, Church Street, Oughtibridge. Later converted into a cottage, next to the Hare and Hounds public house (on right)

8The Tontine Inn, Haymarkets07059

The Tontine Inn, Haymarket

9Fox House Inn, Hathersage Road. Dated 1690 in one room. Originally a farmhouse, rebuilt in Tudor style by the then Duke of Rutland at the time of the building of Longshaw Lodges07071

Fox House Inn, Hathersage Road. Dated 1690 in one room. Originally a farmhouse, rebuilt in Tudor style by the then Duke of Rutland at the time of the building of Longshaw Lodge

10Fox House Inn, Hathersage Road. Dated 1690 in one room. Originally a farmhouse, rebuilt in Tudor style by the then Duke of Rutland at the time of the building of Longshaw Lodges07083

Fox House Inn, Hathersage Road. Dated 1690 in one room. Originally a farmhouse, rebuilt in Tudor style by the then Duke of Rutland at the time of the building of Longshaw Lodge

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