Out of order, order! Inside imposing abandoned Victorian crown court left to rot for nearly two decades
Sheffield’s Old Town Hall was built in 1808 and subsequently used as a courthouse for 100 years
The Grade II-listed building has remained completely untouched since it was abandoned in the 1990s
The Old Town Hall in Sheffield hosted the city’s crown court for 100 years, but now the Grade II-listed building in danger of demolition.
Photographer Dan Circa captured the atmospheric pictures, which show how the benches and docks in each courtroom are still in place.