Truro Works and Liberty Works (late 1840s) Matilda Street Street, Sheffield. The current Truro Works building is the third in the photograph, immediately before Liberty Works, which was the original Truro building. Harman and Minnis explain the history of the building as follows: first built in the late 1840s for Joseph Cutts, “manufacturers of silver plate and Brittania metal,” it became the cutlery factory of Atkin Brothers, who remained in business there from 1856 until the 1950s.

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References

Sheffield. Harman, Ruth, and John Minnis. Pevsner Architectural Guides. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. 2004.


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