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Alright,
I've got this old box of glass negatives taken between 1901-05. Through searching around on the net I've now found that at least two of the photographs are of Arctic Monkeys land - High Green



What I would love to know is if the rest are also of High Green. I don't think I've ever been to that part of Sheffield.

Is there anybody who knows that part of Sheffield pretty well that might recognise these two photographs? If anybody interested I can put some others on. It just would be really ace to identify where all these are.





I really love the top one of High Green. The old pub in the background called 'The Old Cart and Horses', with a cart and horse outside and the stream roller going by.

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These are wonderful pictures, if you have anymore get them on Flickr i'd love to see them. If you're interested there's the Yorkshire Art Circus they may be interested in them as they have in the past released books on Nostalgic photographs originally took on on glass plates , the books that i've got are of Jack Hulme who lived in Fryston nr Castleford & are a a great record of the 1915-1940's.
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excellent more please mate well interested thanks :wink:


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Thanks MandyG and Richard. I need to get this lot 'sorted' before I can even think what to do with them.

OK, As far as I'm aware this a very fine pub in High Green called 'Pack Horse Inn'. I got the date 1901-05 by doing a search on the landlady on the board outside this pub. I have a complete fascination with this period of photography.



This one is yet another house shot. Nothing mind blowing, but it would be great to know if it is indeed in High Green.


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Thanks Richard and Happy Clapper. This is getting really interesting. I had some friends who used to live on (I think) this road, your comments jogged my memory. I'm pretty sure it's the same road as in this photograph.

The road was so interesting, because there was so many different periods of housing on there. If I'm right, the houses next door are really groovy because they really are so old. The wall around the front of these houses next door to potential Mr. Human League's house look like a farm cottage or something. Right at the end of the street is a very modern bungalow. All very different.

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I'm pretty sure it's just past the corner of Palm Street and Walkley Road. Def looks like ICM's house as I used to spend a lot of time there playing with his younger brother (No Dave, not what you're thinking)

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OK, I thought I would put on some more of these old glass negatives I have of High Green. It's been really fascinating researching this lot.

This is (so I've been told) the bottom of Jeffcock Road around 1900.





Cobblers. This is a shoe shop at the top of the above photograph.





If you look at this crop in the window you can see a photograph taken in the centre of High green.





And here is the same photograph in the shop window taken around the same time. The pub on the left in the Queens Head Inn. The guy pulling the pints and landlord is Mr. Arthur Warburton.





Have a walk around if you want.

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Here's an old dray waggon out and about. The emulation has gone a bit on this one, but it's still a mighty fine image. On the horses head is a label that reads '1st Prize'. Obviously taken for that reason.




Local butchers.





Another local butchers next door to the very much changed Market Inn.





Another photograph of the guy with the dray waggon. This waggon belonged to the local Barnsley British Cooperative Society which was first established on Warren Lane.





Also on some more research, it seems that the Packhorse Inn is very much a local for some members of the Arctic Monkeys. Being quoted in various press features on the net. The old hall at the top is called Mortomley Hall, it became the local library for High Green. It was demolished in 1961.

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awesome,love the first shoe shop one,in fact i love em all


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