Down Attercliffe way, Firth Brown were one of the behemoth’s of Sheffield’s steel industry.
At some point they had a Medical Centre, presumably for treating all too common injuries in the steel works.
It then seems as though they didn’t need the Medical Centre anymore (the Thatcher-driven decline of the steel industry in the 70s/80s?) so they demolished it, right?
Wrong, they just buried it and built a car park on top!
Access is interesting to say the least involving stealth, dangling, faith and landslides.
Exit just requires dangling and a lack of fear of heights.
Pics from a couple of visits – firstly with Ojay, Kitty and Woodburner (where most of my pics smelt of dog poo) then with a couple of non-members.
Big up to aem for digging this one out (literally?).