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Hollow Meadows is a hamlet in Bradfield civil parish, west of Sheffield. It is located on the A57 highway between Moscar and the Rivelin Valley. Until the late 16th century, the land was part of the Rivelin chase, and the Duke of Norfolk utilized it for deer shooting on occasion. Isaac Bright, a renowned Jewish jeweller from Sheffield, purchased a property in Rod Moor in 1831 and began constructing mausoleums for his family. Finally, five structures were built on the site, four of which were shaped like beehives. The site was severely vandalized in the 1980s, rendering it inaccessible to tourists. Before 2012, the landowner illegally demolished the buildings.

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