Castle House

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Castle House in Sheffield opened in 1964 and was the pride of the Brightside and Carbrook Co-operative Society.  Designed by the Co-operative Society in-house architect G S Hay, who took his inspiration from the Sears Roebuck Store in Irving Park, Chicago.  The store finally closed its doors in 2006 and was given a Grade II listed status by English Heritage.

Click HERE to view images of the central spiral staircase in Castle House

Click HERE to view images of the Board Room

Click HERE to view images of Castle House Restaurant

Click HERE to view images of signs at Castle House

Click HERE to view images features inside Castle House

 

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6 thoughts on “Castle House

  1. More great shots of Sheffield’s once proud heritage. I remember my Mum and Nan dragging me around the place as a pre-teen in the early 1970s. These pictures certainly conjure up a few memories.

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