Coles Corner. John, Thomas and Skelton Cole, described as silk mercers and hosiers etc. opened a store at No 4 Fargate in 1847. The business prospered and a large new drapery store was erected on this site in 1869 designed by local architects Flockton & Abbott. The pavement outside the store became known as 'Coles Corner' and for many generations became a favourite meeting place and landmark in the city. This tradition largely disappeared with the closing of the store in 1963 and its relocation in Barkers Pool.

Fargate, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Samuel Plimsoll's House. Directly opposite this plaque was the childhood home of Samuel Plimsoll (1824-1898) who went on to achieve national renown in 1875 with the embodiment in law of the Uniform Loading Line (The Plimsoll Line). In the same year a new type of canvas sole with a rubber band was named 'Plimsoll' in his honour.

Regent St, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Ebenezer Elliott the Corn Law Rhymer 1781-1849 lived here 1834-1841

22 Blake Grove Road, Upperthorpe, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Norfolk Bridge erected A.D. 1856

Norfolk Bridge, Sheffield, United Kingdom