This open space was created in 1881 when buildings in what was then Market Street were demolished. The area gets its name from a branch of the Howard (Dukes of Norfolk) family.
Fitzalan Square was the hub of the Sheffield Tramway system.
The Electra Palace was one of the earlier, purpose-built cinemas in the city.
Fitzalan Square - 1890
Tram terminus in Fitzalan
Square - 1900
Trams to Buses - 1960
Fitzalan Square - 1980