Other pubs &

watering holes

Thank you to everyone who has contributed photographs so far - please get in touch if you have any that you think would be of interest to others.  I am missing a few, if you can supply photos (your own, not copyrighted) - Lowoods, Red Grouse, Bracken Moor, Legion, any others you can think of!

Former Inn at More Hall Farm, More Hall

Click on a photo to enlarge it and for more information.

More Hall Farm 1975
More Hall Farm 1975

Photo from Picture Sheffield. Picture Sheffield have captioned this photo as a former inn, but cannot find any definite proof that there was ever an inn or a beerhouse here.

press to zoom
New Mill Bridge and Cottage c1912
New Mill Bridge and Cottage c1912

Bradfield Archives note that there was a beer-house in this location, probably in one room of the house, but when I enquired, they can provide no proof of this.

press to zoom
1779 licence agreement
1779 licence agreement

Joseph Marsden of Westnall & Waldershelf. This could be the mill at Ewden, because the one at Broomhead was in the occupation of the Jacksons in this year.

press to zoom
1654
1654

Richard Sylvester of Hunshelf, alehouse keeper, was fined 10 shillings because he "did suffer certaine lewde and disorderly psons to bee Tiplinge, drinkinge & danceinge and alsoe then & there did suffer a Piper to pipe in his sayd house upon the sayd Saboth day, To the evill example of others ..."

press to zoom
Spring View, Sunny Bank Road
Spring View, Sunny Bank Road

In 1876, William Shaw of Spring View erected a house here, and in anticipation of having a license granted had called it the “Spring View Hotel.” It was a large house with stabling for ten horses. The magistrates turned him down, as the Castle Inn was deemed more than enough for the population.

press to zoom
Spring View House 1986
Spring View House 1986

Copyright to Sheffield City Council and reproduced with the permission of Sheffield Archives / Picture Sheffield (ref. s42173)

press to zoom
Ewden Village canteen c1910
Ewden Village canteen c1910

The navvies room The canteen was built to serve the navvies who lived in the huts at Ewden during the construction of the More Hall and Broomhead reservoirs.

press to zoom
Ewden Village canteen c1910
Ewden Village canteen c1910

Foremen's room

press to zoom
Ewden Village canteen c1910
Ewden Village canteen c1910

Foreman's room

press to zoom
Langsett works canteen
Langsett works canteen

Built to supply the navvies who lived at "Tin Town", Langsett, during the construction of Langsett reservoir

press to zoom
Langsett canteen
Langsett canteen

Interior shot of the bar area

press to zoom
Langsett canteen
Langsett canteen

Interior shot of the bar area

press to zoom
Flouch Inn c1920s
Flouch Inn c1920s

Policeman stood outside. This pub has been demolished and houses built on the site.

press to zoom
Saltersbrook Inn
Saltersbrook Inn

Shepherds outside the Saltersbrook Inn, Woodhead.

press to zoom
Saltersbrook
Saltersbrook

The remains of the Saltersbrook Inn

press to zoom
The Dog and Partridge, Bordhill
The Dog and Partridge, Bordhill

A 16th century inn on what is now called the Woodhead Pass

press to zoom
Red Grouse
Red Grouse

Photo credit: Mick Grant

press to zoom
Red Grouse 2020
Red Grouse 2020

Photo credit: Ian Sutton

press to zoom
Outside the Red Grouse
Outside the Red Grouse

My grandad Jack Pearson on the right. The man on the left is possibly Georgie Miller. The pub was officially opened in May 1962.

press to zoom
Silver Fox 1960s
Silver Fox 1960s
press to zoom
Silver Fox boarded up 2020
Silver Fox boarded up 2020

Photo credit: Ian Sutton

press to zoom
Half Hall Farm
Half Hall Farm

The Silver Fox was built on this site

press to zoom
Victory Club Interior c1920s/30s
Victory Club Interior c1920s/30s
press to zoom
Victory Club interior  c1920s/30s
Victory Club interior c1920s/30s
press to zoom