Can you remember when The Moor looked like this in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s? RETRO PICTURES

It is one of Sheffield's most popular shopping streets - and The Moor has gone through a raft of changes over the years.

Friday, 29th March 2019, 1:24 pm
Updated Friday, 29th March 2019, 1:28 pm
The Moor
The Moor

We've delved back into the archives to see how the area has changed over the decades - see if you can remember some of these shops and see if you can spot yourself in our picture gallery

Italian Mexican restaurant El Paso.
Brightly coloured signs welcomed shoppers to The Moor in the 80s and 90s.

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The area as it looked before the construction of the Moorfoot Building.
On The Moor in the early 90s.
A rainy day in the run up to Christmas in the 1970s.
Atkinsons has been a mainstay of The Moor for decades.
Can you remember Woolies on The Moor?
The Moor has undergone many revamps over the years.
The street was once open to cars.
A group of biking youngsters on a brightly lit night in the late 80s.
A Dalek from Doctor Who entertains visitors to The Moor in 1985.
The Moor shortly before pedestrianisation work got under way in the 1970s.
The Moor was looking tired ahead of its recent revamp which has transformed the area.
A bustling scene looking towards Atkinsons.
A dance troupe from Sheffield's twin town of Bochum perform on The Moor.
A festive scene outside BHS in the 1960s..
David Blunkett, left, helps plant a tree on The Moor in the early 1980s.
The Moor was always festooned with illuminations at Christmas in the 60s and 70s.
A packed and bustling Moor Market.
Woolwoths was one of Britain's best loved High Street chains before its collapse.
Boarded up shops before The Moor's recent revival.
A concert underway on the Moor in the 1980s.
The Moor as it looked in 1967.
The opening day at Pauldens department store.
A quiet day on The Moor market.
The market is now largely housed indoors in a new purpose built market hall.
In search of a bargain at Moorfoot in the 1980s.
The Moorfoot Building towers over what remains of Richards of Sheffield as demolition gets under way.
The roads around The Moor have been substantially alterered over the years,
The toy store had a branch on The Moor - here's how it looked in 1988.
Can you remember these market stalls from the 90s?
The area has been totally transformed in recent years.
A busy day on the fruit and veg stalls.
A new bus gate was introduced to ease traffic problems around the area in the late 1980s.
The area has undergone several road schemes to deal with traffic issues.