Sheffield Station - before the area in front was pedestrianised.
Sheffield Station, or Midland Station if you prefer, has changed a bit over the years - along with the surrounding areas. Take a look back at the station from bygone days and see if you can spot yourself in our archive photos.
The station before passenger information display screens were updated.
A train prepares to depart from platform 3A in the late 90s.
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Holidaymakers await their train at a busy Sheffield station in 1971.
Father Christmas arrives at Sheffield station in 1982.
The distinctive Sheaf House building from the 1960s was demolished as the area around the station was redeveloped.
The distinctive frontage of Sheffield station has changed little over the years.
Families and children of miners were treated to a day out in Blackpool during the Miners' Strike of 1984-85.
Eager trainspotters at Sheffield Midland Station in the 1950s.
The world famous Mallard, built in nearby Doncaster, visits Sheffield in 1986.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh arrive at Sheffield station in 1975.
Mining family children ready for their big day out.
The children of local miners enjoyed a day out from Sheffield to Blackpool during the Miners' Strike of 1984-85.
The station and Park Hill remain - but the rest of the area has changed beyond all recognition.
A Christmas tree has long been part of the tradition at Sheffield railway station.
A group of Sheffielders get set to head to the Royal Wedding between Charles and Diana in London in 1981.
Another busy day at Sheffield station.
Now the Sheffield Tap pub, this is how the station snack bar looked in the mid 1970s. (Photo: Brian Staniland).
Stannington Scouts are all set for a trip out from the station.
The scene in set for the arrival of the World Cup in 1966 when Hillsborough was used to host games.
World Cup flags flutter outside Midland Station in 1966.
Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday fans head to Wembley in 1993.
The refreshment buffet was given a new lease of life as the Sheffield Tap.