You might once have known it as Neepsend, Shalesmoor or even Parkwood Springs.
But now a ‘new’ area has sprung up along the confluence of all of these areas: Kelham Island.
Of course it isn’t new really; the Kelham Island museum has stood in the area for decades.
But what is new is the community. In the past two decades, Kelham has slowly transformed and even gentrified; switching from gritty industrial area to trendy twenty-something urban hipster nirvana.
New apartments have sprung up all over the area, while fashionable businesses like The Milestone have reaped the rewards.
And the rise of real ale has been a boost: business is booming at both The Fat Cat and The Kelham Island Tavern, to name just a couple.
One photo shows local artwork put on display at The Gardeners Rest in 2009.
Another shows the gas holder being torn down in 2015.
But the transformation isn’t complete. The Fairfield Inn is one of several buildings that remains empty and forlorn, awaiting fresh regeneration.
It’s a shame that plans in 2003 to put cable cars along the Don in Kelham never came off.
But with eco flats at Little Kelham being built right now, and other schemes in the pipeline, the Kelham revolution will surely continue.