The street behind All Saints church is the historical heart of Rotherham. It has been a place of passage for centuries. A tram line was built in 1903 but it is pedestrianised today, so you can do some leisurely shopping. There is a pub, which is the oldest building remaining on the street, formerly called the Three Crans Inn and built entirely of wood from the sixteenth century. It has now changed hands and was the first post office in the city. Then there is Badger House, a Georgian family house, the Yorkshire Bank, which started as the Sheffield and Rotherham Bank in 1792 and the Imperial building, opened in 1908.