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Photo from Shutting Up Shop.. It's about the decline of the traditional small shop. Lovely photos including this one. Atton & Son, 19 Hall Place, Spalding. Photo taken in 1982. Pictured are Christ ...
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Source Gosberton, Quadring & District Community website: click
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Views of Whaplode showing the Ram Inn and Mill. Jane Sismey Roberts writes - My Uncle was landlord of the Ram Inn and ...
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Card available to buy on eBay To read more about Pode Hole Click
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I borrowed a lovely book called Shutting Up Shop from Boston Library yesterday. It's about the decline of the traditional small shop. Lovely photos including this one. Atton & Son, 19 Hall Place, ...
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Lovely picture of Hall Place, Spalding and Pennington & Sons. Source Duncan Bray
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George Adams Butchers shop in the Crescent, Spalding 1923. In 1910 Mr George Adams opened a butcher's shop in The Crescent, Spalding, with an initial capital of £10, serving the people of the town ...
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Once upon a time every High St had a Burton Men's clothing shop. When i first went to work 55 years ago i got my first suit made to measure at Burton's
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This photo shows an early view of New Road, Spalding. Crowds are gathered in the road, i presume that there would be an auction taking place. The sign for Greenall Furniture Depot and Cabinet Works c ...
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The premises of S.Grice Wheelrights who were based in Church Row, Gosberton. Dates around the early 1910's Click on image to enlarge
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J.W.Tunnard, The Risegate Cash Stores, Gosberton Risegate. John William Tunnard was listed as a Grocer in 1909 and still listed as the same 10 years later. [caption id="attachment_13976" align=" ...
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Long Sutton Marketplace, 1950. The Bull Hotel stands on the corner, and across the road is the Crown and Woolpack Hotel.
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Hall Place showing Pennington & son on the right, left Cross Keys and water fountain which is now in Ayscoughfee gardens. Source A Pictorial History of Spalding
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I think the picture says it all but i guess quite a few people will have memories of the store. So why not share them?
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A cart pulled by two horses stands outside the premises of T.Woolsey, Asphalt maker of Double Street, Spalding. The cart has the name Thomas Woolsey on it. Three men and one lady are stood around the ...
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