House that Jane Austen hero Mr Darcy is on sale for £8million
Britain's largest private home, located in South Yorkshire, and the former residence of the man said to have been the inspiration for Mr Darcy has gone up for sale for £8million.
 Doncaster : 50-51 High Street
50-51 High Street, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, mid C18. Parkinsons, makers of Doncaster Butterscotch, occupied this shop 1817-1960. Grade ll listed. Georgian Tea Rooms & Restaurant in 2012. www.flickr.com/photos/30120216@N07/8540703431/in/photostr...
The Sheffield General Cemetery Abandoned and Not For Use Since 1978
The Lost Curiousities for the Offbeat Traveller. Abandoned by Men; Embraced by Nature. Your Next Adventure Awaits.
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This Orphan Baby Goat And His Human BFF Are Inseparable
Benjamin, an orphaned baby pygmy goat, follows his best friend, Tom Horsfield, everywhere he goes. He even accompanies his pal to Horsfiel...
Sheffield, England - World Travel Guide
Sheffield is a city in South Yorkshire, England. It is located at the confluence of five rivers. With an urban population of 640,000, Sheffield is one of the bigger cities in the United Kingdom. The city is noted around the country as the centre for steel production. it was through the manufacturing of steel products …
Barnsley Town Hall
A picture of Barnsley town hall taken in the early morning showing up the Portland limestone fascia at its best. The stone is full of fossils. Located in South Yorkshire, England.
Roche Abbey Rotherham Yorkshire
Roche Abbey is situated in the valley of the Maltby Beck. The site was enclosed by steep limestone cliffs and bordered on Bruneswald, later known as Sherwood Forest. This was a choice location for the monks: it provided privacy and solitude, as well as vital natural resources - water, woodland and stone. This Cistercian monastery was founded in 1147 when the stone buildings were raised on the north side of the beck. When the monks first arrived in South Yorkshire from Newminster Abbey in…