Same is going to happen to this as what happened to the midland station and the westthorpe mining museum . There should have been a mining museum with the railway going round rother valley also the station (which we did say if they started taking it down it would be left in a big heap which has come true) the station should have been made into a Victorian style café for all the walkers and cyclists to sit and enjoy a drink, we put this suggestion forward more than 12 years ago but nothing done, for some reason we need more houses with no infrastructure in place so chaos will prevail in the end. The state of Sheffield road shops now look like something from bladerunner now people see this and drive straight through. The only thing left for the heritage of killamarsh is the church and no doubt the council will have eyes on that to turn it into a hairdressers, tanning booth, another curry house, Chinese, pizza house, or chip shop. We have now become a laughing stock, the cholesterol capitol of Derbyshire its ok having a good haircut nice tan but die early of obesity. One good thing, we’ll all be the best groomed corpses in the graveyard .
PS we have heard planning for forty houses on the midland site to join up with the walkers scrapyard project
Has anybody heard anything about the alledged planning for a windfarm at Norwood two large propellers are being proposed
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People asking for council to brick up the outside of council houses to make them look better and so people can have more pride in the way there houses are kept this could be the way forward to stop killamarsh looking like it does with litter and bad gardens if the council don’t care people don’t care.
Over 54% of Sheffield motorists stopped by police tested positive for substance abuse that is phenomenal most of Sheffield must be out of there heads with that statistic, as people know killamarsh is one of the worst because of the motorway junctions, council still turning a blind eye and police still keeping a low profile for some reason, there is more than meets the eye I’m afraid something is brewing.