Whilst in Sheffield during the last week of July, I took a walk on a Saturday afternoon through some of the city centre and took my camera with me, just in case. I was happy to come away with some shots I found interesting so I thought I'd share them.
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1, 2. The Cathedral in the centre of town, behind the shopping areas.
3. A busker playing his harmonica.
4. Another busker, who had barely got his guitar out when he was surrounded by a small team of young people who wanted to interview him!
5. Wedding guests waiting for the Bride and Groom outside the Town Hall.
6. The wedding car waiting for the Bride and Groom outside the Town Hall.
7. A boarded building which used to house a bank, between Fargate and The Moor.
8. In contrast, a new building in the city, locally referred to as 'The Cheese Grater'!
9. Opposite the closed bank, the closed premises of Pollard's Tea and Coffee Shop, Sheffield's oldest shop which was open for over 130 years.
10,11. Inside the closed shop.
12-16. Another Bride and Groom, leaving and travelling in elegant coach and horses with two footmen from Abbeydale Road South.