Grinders Hill. Lonely at 3am. A shortcut for our ancestors… a shortcut for us now.
But it nearly wasn’t.
November 1935. “The City of Sheffield. Notice is hereby given that a certain public highway to wit a footway known as ‘Grinders Hill’ situate in Sheffield and running in a south-westerly direction between certain other public highways known as Paternoster Row and Leadmill Road shall be entirely stopped up as being useless and unnecessary for the public.”
The motion failed, and Grinders Hill is still with us.
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