Mount Zion Congregational Chapel, the facade of which is maintained as a Grade II listed building. Built in 1834, possibly to a design by William Flockton - Sheffield's most notable architect of the time. The Chapel closed in 1922 and the Chapel was sold to Sheffield Royal Hospital, which virtually surrounded it. It served as the hospital's Out Patients' Department. The hospital was demolished in 1981. Behind, you can see that the main part of the chapel was demolished and an office building was constructed.
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