Another 40 photos of things and places you'll remember from 1980s Sheffield: PICTURE GALLERY

We know you love nothing more than a journey down memory lane - so get set for another trip back in time to 1980s Sheffield.

Wednesday, 24th April 2019, 10:56 am
Updated Wednesday, 24th April 2019, 11:00 am
Fargate in the 1980s.

Once again, we've plundered the archives for how the city used to look - some of these places are still here, some are gone - roll back the years and get all nostalgic in our latest huge picture gallery of Sheffield past.

Can you recall going for a dip at Sheffield's Attercliffe Baths?
The Odeon Cinema in Barker's Pool was state of the art when it opened in the 1980s.
When red and beige buses ruled the streets of Sheffield!

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Although Sheffield's other railway station closed in 1970, it survived into the 1980s before being demolished.
The post nuclear bomb BBC drama Threads was filmed in Sheffield - and traumatised a generation of Sheffield youngsters!
Remember going to watch flicks at the ABC in Angel Street?
Chopper bikes were all the rage in Sheffield in the early 80s - before giving way to BMX bikes. Did you own one?
Now enshrined in Sheffield life, back in the 80s, Meadowhall was only slowly taking shape as construction commenced.
Before moving inside, The Moor Market was an outdoor scene of colour, hustle and bustle.
Milk floats were commonplace on Sheffield's streets in the 1980s - they are now pretty scarce as shopping habits change.
Did you ever take to the dancefloor at iconic Sheffield 80s club Romeo and Juliets?
Did you ever drop into Tuckwoods in the city centre for a cuppa and a bite to eat?
Loved and loathed in equal measure, Sheffield's Kelvin flats housed hundreds in the 80s - before meeting their demolition.
Division Street has changed a bit since this photo was taken in the mid 1980s.
Huge crowds outside Sheffield Town Hall for a visit to the city by Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
Before the trams - West Street before it became established as the place for a night out.
An 80s pub crawl in Sheffield wasn't complete without a trip to The Stonehouse in Church Street.
Hot summer days, ice cream and a trip to Millhouses Park for a splash in the paddling pool - how many Sheffield youngsters filled the days in the 1980s.
The Stonehouse pub boasted a cobbled courtyard - and was the place to be for a drink in Sheffield city centre in the 1980s.
The food court at Orchard Square was the place to hang out for many a Sheffield teenager after it opened in the late 1980s.
Anti-nuclear protests were all the rage in the 1980s as fears of Armageddon grew - here's a march at the Wicker.
Former footballer Emlyn Hughes was tasked with opening Orchard Square when it opened in 1987.
Can you remember the Sheffield City Clopper - the horsedrawn carriage which gave lifts from the town hall to The Moor?
The annual RAF Finningley airshow at Doncaster was always eagerly awaited among Sheffield aviation enthusiasts - and a big day out.
Now demolished, the Anvil Civic Cinema featured not only blockbuster movies, but also delved into the art house scene too.
The iconic Park Hill flats were in serious decline in the 1980s - but the 60s built 'streets in the sky' have been given a new lease of life in recent years.
Situated near the Canal Basin, Sheffield Victoria Station lasted nearly twenty years after its closure in 1970 before demolition in 1989.
Now pedestrianised, this shot of Fargate from the mid 80s, shows how busy it used to be as a thoroughfare.
Sheffield was a hotbed of anti-nuclear demos in the 80s - here's a packed CND meeting at the City Hall at the height of Cold War fears.
The Boss, Bruce Springsteen, played Sheffield United's Bramall Lane in 1988 - and the concerts attracted thousands of music lovers. Were you there?
Crystal Peaks, Orchard Square and Meadowhall were all born in the 1980s - here's the opening of the first of those three.
Long before the Tour de Yorkshire, the nationwide Milk Race was one of Britain's premier cycling events - here it is in Sheffield in 1987.
This is how the city's ambulances looked in the 1980s.
Forget Hallam FM, back then, the city's commercial radio station was branded Radio Hallam - and football fans will remember the infamous pushball games.
Another Sheffield landmark given a fresh look and rebranding, Pond Street bus station as it looked in the mid 1980s.
Sheffield athlete Seb Coe, pictured with his parents, ahead of his 1980 gold medal in the 1500m at the Moscow Olympics.
The annual Star Walk sporting event was a fixture of Sheffield life more than 30 years ago - did you ever take part?
Orchard Street in Sheffield city centre was bulldozed to make way for Orchard Square.
Another iconic Sheffield landmark no longer with us, here's the Tinsley Towers in 1982.
Can you remember any of these shops on London Road from the 1980s?
Another Sheffield street that has changed a lot over the years - here's how Ecclesall Road used to look more than 30 years ago.
The corner of Fargate and Leopold Street as it looked in 1980.