VIDEO: Inside iconic Sheffield city centre pub in the 1980s - can you spot yourself?

It was once one of Sheffield's best loved pubs - and now you can set foot in The Stonehouse all over again.

Tuesday, 20th June 2017, 3:30 pm
Updated Wednesday, 21st June 2017, 6:36 am
A drinker from the YouTube video filmed inside The Stonehouse.
A drinker from the YouTube video filmed inside The Stonehouse.

Footage from inside the popular city centre bar has recently emerged once more on YouTube - and drinkers can roll back nearly 30 years to the fashions, decor, drinks and hairstyles of the era.

The watering hole, complete with a vivid array of pillars and potted plants was a popular stopping off point for drinkers en route to equally legendary Sheffield club Cairo Jax.

The pub was an popular Sheffield watering hole.

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The admittedly wobbly video footage, which looks like it was filmed by someone testing or unfamilar with a video camera, pans around the bar and shows a variety of drinkers knocking back the tipples of the day.

The camera operator zooms in on beer pumps and optics, as well as panning around the bar area - done out in typical 1980s and early 90s decor.

Uploaded by a user called Ian Watkinson, the four minute video, entitled The Stonehouse Sheffield Pub 80s, is soundtracked by Alphaville classic Forever Young and comes with the message: "Anyone recognise themselves?"

Drinkers enjoy a laugh in a still from the video. (Photo: YouTube).
Do you recognise anyone in the clip?
The pub as it looked in the year 2000.
The pub was an popular Sheffield watering hole.
Drinkers enjoy a laugh in a still from the video. (Photo: YouTube).
Do you recognise anyone in the clip?
The pub as it looked in the year 2000.