Demolished and replaced by office blocks near Park Square, it was a familiar gateway to the city for years - take a trip down memory lane and see if you can spot yourself in our archive gallery.
Sheaf Market awaits the bulldozers moving in. The market awaits redevelopment after its demolition in 2002. The Sheaf Market hall was built in the 1970s. The newsagent and tobacconist on the left was a familiar entrance to the Sheaf Market. Crockery stall holder 'Potty' Edwards in 1973. Sheffield's Sheaf Market meets its fate in the early 2000s. The Market Hall was a familiar sight to drivers entering Sheffield along the Parkway. The market became forlorn in its later years. Stall holders outside Ogleys in the 1990s. A busy day at the market. A health awareness event at Sheaf Market in 1996. Card stall holder Violet Ellison in 1997. The market hall is gone and redevelopment awaits. The entrance to the Sheaf Market in 1999. The Sheaf Market awaits demolition after its closure. The market, much like the nearby Castle Market, was popular with shoppers. The area was redeveloped with office blocks and a car park. Only a small portion of the market remains as demolition takes place in 2002. Not much remains as the market approaches its end. The opening ceremony in 1973. By the end of its tenure, Sheaf Market was a graffiti strewn eyesore. The market in its 1970s heyday. Granelli's sweet stall in Sheaf Market but the ever popular Sheffield name still lives on with a store just a stone's throw away. The familar sight of the Sheaf Market served as a gateway to Sheffield. The whole market was brought crashing down in the early 2000s. The site before it was totally transformed with new buildings. Just rubble remains after the demolition of the Sheaf Market. Heading home with a bargain. A busy day at the market in 1992. The bridge leading to the market hall across Park Square. The market looked in a sorry state before it was demolished. In its later days, the crumbling market became an eyesore. A trio of Sheaf Market stallholders.