One of the exhibits at the excellent National Emergency Services Museum in Sheffield is a retired Tyne class lifeboat which carries the city's name. Lifeboat 1131 City of Sheffield was built in 1988 at Wright/Souter and served at Whitby, Ramsgate, Hartlepool, Relief and Poole lifeboat stations . It served at Poole for the longest, saving over six hundred and fifty people in fifteen years service before being retired in 2016 .
 Nicholas Leach and Tony Denton, Lifeboat Directory (Ships in Focus, 2013) p. 105
 "RNLI City of Sheffield: Lifeboat which saved 650 people retired" <http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-37940364>