Retro pictures of Sheffield city centre over the years

This week we take a look at some of The Star’s archive photographs of Sheffield city centre

Wednesday, 19th February 2020, 2:59 pm
Updated Wednesday, 19th February 2020, 3:35 pm
General view of the old Sheffield Corn Exchange showing the Park Hill redevelopment flats in the background and part of the wholesale fruit market - 3rd July 1959
General view of the old Sheffield Corn Exchange showing the Park Hill redevelopment flats in the background and part of the wholesale fruit market - 3rd July 1959

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A view of Angel Street, Sheffield, showing Peter Robinson's fashion store and Hornes menswear store on the right and Cockaynes department store on the left, 1965
Traders and shoppers on Dixon Lane, Sheffield, in 1967

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Shopping on Chapel Walk, Sheffield, in 1975
A view of The Moor, Sheffield, showing Robert Brothers Department Store, Rockingham House, British Home Stores and Pauldens, February 1966
The Brightside & Carbrook City Stores, built on the remains of Sheffield Castle and declared open in 1929. It was destroyed in the Blitz on December 12, 1940
A busy Fargate crossing in 1965. Our picture shows the Austin Reed menswear shop and Richard's ladies fashion shop on the corner with Chapel Walk.
Sheffield's "Wedding Cake" Register Office with the Polytechnic (left) and Sheaf Valley and Norfolk Park in the background, 1982