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I have finally achieved success, I can now post pictures , I’ll try to not bother you again.
Brother Phillip and self 1937.
Well done Bob you were beginning to have me worried.
I love these aerial shots Bob you can really get some information from them , Dates etc..
Just enterering the “Swinging Sixties” I see the C & A has forced the unfortunate demolition of our historic Swan & Peacock, and although Mander Brothers are still clinging on to their works, in St John’s Street , we see the demolition to sites in Bell Street and Cleveland Street in readyness for the Mander Centre.
Below the old cellar head.
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