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In 1864, the recently completed Dale Dyke Dam burst, flooding much of Victorian Sheffield, killing 250 people and affecting the lives of hundreds of families from Bradfield, down the Loxley Valley, through Hillsborough and down beyond the Wicker.
This fully illustrated book, based on eye-witness accounts tells the dramatic story of Britain’s worst dam burst disaster, and how it affected the lives of ordinary people who lived or worked in its raging path.
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