The famous Sheffield city centre underground walkway at Castle Square, known to all of course as The Hole in The Road and regarded with some nostalgia by Sheffielders, even though it wasn't always pleasant to walk through.
The famous Sheffield city centre underground walkway at Castle Square, known to all of course as The Hole in The Road and regarded with some nostalgia by Sheffielders, even though it wasn't always pleasant to walk through.

Do you know the nicknames for these Sheffield buildings?

The Hole in the Road, the twin towers, the egg box – these are all famous nicknames for long-gone Sheffield landmark buildings, many of which we loved to hate.

Monday, 22nd June 2020, 8:52 pm
Updated Monday, 22nd June 2020, 8:55 pm

But did you know that Gleadless Valley was once billed as Dreamland by city planners or that the big Moorfoot office building is meant to look like a pyramid?

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