Results of conducting a search of the ViewFinder database of historic photographs of England.
In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London
: “ Sicilian Avenue, London, 1920s ”
Woolworth built its food offer and experimented with supermarkets in its largest British and Irish stores during the 1960s.
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This revolutionary retailer is a mecca for modern menswear.
Sunblest bread - I remember the advert with the mini Sunblest lorry that would drive around in front of the big Sunblest lorry!
Etam clothing shop
Biba Boutique, London, photo by Philip Townsend, 1964.
Yet another Fine Fare Supermarket. Yes - they really were that bad.
International Stores - Before Gateway and Key markets Totnes
Mace - 'just popping down to the Mace' I'd almost forgotten about this shop.