Can you remember Sheffield's famous Kelvin flats? - RETRO PICTURE GALLERY

They were loved and loathed in equal measure - and it is now nearly 25 years since Sheffield's famous Kelvin flats were demolished.

Wednesday, 30th January 2019, 10:22 am
Updated Wednesday, 30th January 2019, 10:26 am
Kelvin flats come crashing down in 1995

Take a look back at the history of the infamous complex, from its birth in 1967 to its demise in 1995.

The futuristic walkways were dubbed 'Streets in the Sky'
There's not much left as Kelvin nears the end in 1995

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An aerial view of Kelvin showing just how big the complex was.
Kelvin lasted less than 30 years.
The futuristic walkways were state of the art at the time but later became a magnet for anti-social behaviour.
In its later years, Kelvin deteriorated with vandalism and anti-social behaviour.
Kelvin flats existed between 1967 and 1995.
A view of Kelvin from Neepsend.
The huge building was a city landmark for miles around
As Kelvin aged, the 'streets in the sky' became more rundown.
This photo of Kelvin makes the housing complex look decidedly bleak.
The final days for Kelvin draw near
The building contained nearly 1,000 flats and was home to hundreds.
A ceremonial bugle call for Kelvin in 1995
The huge Kelvin complex from the air.
Were you one of the hundreds of people who called Kelvin home?
A view of Sheffield from Kelvin flats
The bell tolls for Kelvin in 1995.