National Emergency Services Museum

The National Emergency Services Museum is a museum in , . Opened on 8 May 1984 as the Sheffield Fire and Police Museum, it was given its present name on 1 January 2014.

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Theatre
The is a theatre in the city centre of , , England which opened in 1971, As well as theatrical performances, it is more famous for hosting the most prestigious event in professional Snooker. is situated 1900 feet southeast of National Emergency Services Museum. Photo: Chris Downer, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Church
The Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul, Sheffield, more commonly known as , is the cathedral church for the Church of England diocese of , England. is situated 890 feet southeast of National Emergency Services Museum. Photo: Richard Rogerson, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Arts centre
was a contemporary art centre in , , England. is situated 920 feet east of National Emergency Services Museum. Photo: Bankstreetarts, Public domain.

Pedestrian zone
is a Georgian square in the , England. is situated 600 feet south of National Emergency Services Museum. Photo: Chris Downer, CC BY-SA 2.0.

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The original Steel City, is one place most have heard of, but isn't usually on many travellers' bucket lists. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 2.5.

Suburb
is a suburb of the City of in England.

Suburb
is a suburb of the city of , it stands just 1 mile north-west of the city centre.

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