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    If you go around the back you find this



    I took this 3 years ago, so not sure what state it is in now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike View Post
    If you go around the back you find this



    I took this 3 years ago, so not sure what state it is in now?
    I've posted this before but to save me searching for the thread...

    this was April this year
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    Quote Originally Posted by wsteve55 View Post
    Hi Quincy,
    thanks for your time and effort,but looking at the same pic' attached,you must agree it looks like a pub,and, advertising ???bitter beers,and Kensington mild on the side? No idea of the date this was taken, but must be another year surely !?
    I went through the Gores jumping 8-9 years at a time from 1880 up to the mid 1930's and 146 is regularly listed as a grocers or shop.

    it's possible that the sign on the side could just be advertising. although I can see what you mean about it looking like a pub. shame the photographer didn't quite get a bit more of the building on the right in.

    sorry I wasn't much help.
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    Many thanks anyway, Quincy! I've seen that photo many times, and it's just odd, that some people do know, so much about that area, but no-one has ever been able to identify that building,for certain! I wonder if the"Scottie"press might know?
    Thanks again,Steve.

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    I'll ask Ron Formby Steve and let you know if he knows, i'll put a message on the forum too.
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