Easy to argue about, impossible to ignore: Sheffield’s cathedral to electricity
‘Downstairs it’s like something from Doctor Who’
Good afternoon members — and welcome to Tuesday’s Tribune.
I must have seen the building thousands of times, but until last Friday I’d never been inside. The Moore Street electricity substation in Sheffield is a building that it is impossible to ignore. Built in 1968, it now sits on a major roundabout on the edge of the city centre, a monument to the amb…