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1Drawing of window in Angel Hotel, destroyed 1941, depicting the first Mail Coach, known as the 'Flying Machine on Steel Springs' which began running between Sheffield and London in May 1760. The officer seated next to the coachman is Col. Athorpey00726

Drawing of window in Angel Hotel, destroyed 1941, depicting the first Mail Coach, known as the 'Flying Machine on Steel Springs' which began running between Sheffield and London in May 1760. The officer seated next to the coachman is Col. Athorpe

2Big Tree Hotel, No.842 Chesterfield Road, Woodseatss00097

Big Tree Hotel, No.842 Chesterfield Road, Woodseats

3Old Cross Scythes Inn, Nos. 145 - 147 Derbyshire Lanes00106

Old Cross Scythes Inn, Nos. 145 - 147 Derbyshire Lane

4Bagshawe Arms, Norton Avenue, Hemsworths00109

Bagshawe Arms, Norton Avenue, Hemsworth

5Partly demolished row of buildings known as Pool Place, Barker's Pool (later the site of the City Hall). Former premises include New Music Hall Tavern, No 116, Barker's Pool, on corners00243

Partly demolished row of buildings known as Pool Place, Barker's Pool (later the site of the City Hall). Former premises include New Music Hall Tavern, No 116, Barker's Pool, on corner

6Procession outside the Grouse Inn, Sheffield Road, Dronfields00401

Procession outside the Grouse Inn, Sheffield Road, Dronfield

7Woodhouse Market Cross, Market Square/Market Place, Woodhouse. No 14, Market Square, Cross Daggers public house, right (date over doorway of pub is 1658). The cross was erected in 1775 by Joshua Littlewood. A sun dial and weather vane were added in 1s00421

Woodhouse Market Cross, Market Square/Market Place, Woodhouse. No 14, Market Square, Cross Daggers public house, right (date over doorway of pub is 1658). The cross was erected in 1775 by Joshua Littlewood. A sun dial and weather vane were added in 1

8Beehive Hotel, No 240, West Streets00470

Beehive Hotel, No 240, West Street

9Bell Hagg Inn and Bell Hagg Quarry, property of Ernest Andrews and Son, Manchester Road. Bell Hagg Plantation in backgrounds00473

Bell Hagg Inn and Bell Hagg Quarry, property of Ernest Andrews and Son, Manchester Road. Bell Hagg Plantation in background

10Church Lane from High Street, Dore Village, including No. 7 Church Lane, Hare and Hounds public house, left and Post Office, rights00741

Church Lane from High Street, Dore Village, including No. 7 Church Lane, Hare and Hounds public house, left and Post Office, right

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