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Newsagency of Mr Alfred Wells at No.2 Brightmore Street

Newsagency of Mr Alfred Wells at Brightmore Street

The first Economy grocery store which would grow into Stop & Shop. Opened by the Rabinovitz family in Somerville, MA 1914.

The first Economy grocery store which would grow into Stop & Shop. Opened by the Rabinovitz family in Somerville, MA

The Carpenters arms - When this photo was taken, The Carpenters’ Arms in Cheshire St was the most notorious pub in London – owned by the gangster twins, Reggie and Ronnie Kray who bought it in 1967 for their mother Violet. They grew up in house just a hundred yard away at 178 Vallance Road, went to Wood Close School in Brick Lane and as youngsters frequented the Repton Boys’ Boxing Club (London’s oldest  boxing gym, established in 1884 and still in existence) midway between the pub and their…

When this photo was taken, The Carpenters’ Arms in Cheshire St was the most notorious pub in London – owned by the gangster twins, Reggie and Ronnie Kray who bought it in 1967 for their mother Violet.

An image of Haymarket Newsagency, Sydney - David Moore

Haymarket Newsagency at 181 Hay St,Haymarket,Sydney (year unknown).Most recent Cyril's Delicatessen (now vacant).

G. KELLY pie and mash shop front ca. 1940 - George Kelly opened the shop in 1937. By the mid 1950’s the shop had been bought by George’s brother in-law, Bill Kingdon. Bill’s daughter, Sue, owns the shop today.

KELLY pie and mash shop front ca. 1940 - George Kelly opened the shop in By the mid the shop had been bought by George’s brother in-law, Bill Kingdon. Bill’s daughter, Sue, owns the shop today.

Sheperd market, London.

Mother had a cosmetic boutique here when she was a top model in the

Ideas para decoración de tiendas

Decoracion de Tiendas

The front part of the restaurant in the listed fabric contains the Deli area & party room whilst the main body of the restaurant is located in the rear area and of less historic significance.

Gennaro's Italian restaurant. Dean St  The building is now the Groucho club

The Restaurant de Paris and Gennaro's Rendezvous on Dean Street in the Soho area of London 1947 Gennaro's would later become the site of The Groucho.