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Joby

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  1. Hello everyone, I'm an architecture student at Sheffield Uni doing a project based around Fitzalan Square. I was just wondering if anyone knew the history of the post office, as far as I know, it was build in July of 1910 on the site of the previous Queens Cutlery Works and was used throughout 20th century in the 60/70 I think it was going to be knocked down to facilitate the construction of a bigger more spacious site for the GPO however this didn't go ahead. If any one can elaborate on this it would be really appreciated, what it has been used for since the Post Office moved out or if its just been stood empty.. Other interesting facts and sources about the goings on in Fitzalan square would also be gratefully welcomed. Regards Dan. (Joby)
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