Take a look back at the devastation from the 1979 fire, remember the church services, choirs and international visitors who have all helped give Sheffield Cathedral its history and heritage.
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1. Tuning the pipes
This picture taken in 1963 shows a man working on the pipes of Sheffield Cathedral
Photo: sheffield newspaper
2. Looking to the heavens
A firefighter looks the heavens as he takes in the damaged roof at Sheffield Cathedral after a fire broke out in the bell tower in July 1979
Photo: Sheffield Newspapers
3. New plaque
In December 1957 Bishop J G Mann, formerly a bishop in Japan unveiled a plaque to the memory of Bishop S Heaslett bishop of Tokyo
Photo: Sheffield NEwspapers
4. Taking in the destruction
A firefighter surveyed the damage to the tower of Sheffield Cathedral after a fire broke out in July 1979
Photo: Sheffield Newspaper