What was the name of the antique shop at the point of the triangle.(now a solicitors) I can remember it being there in the 80s but not sure if it was there pre 60s. Have a look at the small windows at the top of most of the buildings - are they for attic rooms
CROSS STREET 1916 (Market Place) Swift Beef Co., Ltd., wholesale meat exporters 1 Moss, Wm. Albert, mechanic 3 Fryer Bros., wholesale fruiterers May, Mrs. A. 5 Harrison, John & Sons, grocers 7/9 Mawby, Wm. & Son, ironmongers 11/15 Woodson's Stores 17/19 Hope & Lee, tailors and ontfitters
CROSS STREET 1857 Hope T. Lambeth house, Chester st. & 19 Cross street, Birkenhead Harrison J. 5 Cross street, Birkenhead Strong R. 13 Cross street, Birkenhead
CHESTER STREET 1916 90 Hurley, J, H tobacconist 92 National Amalgamatted Union of Labour-platers, helpers, fitters and general labourers 94 Jewish Synagogue 96 Holt, Wm., clerk Brownlows, refrigerator manufacturers 98 Cottrell Mrs Hannan 104 & 106 Hope & Lee Ltd., tailors, outfitters and ,clothiers
MARKET STREET 1916
3 Hurley, J, H tobacconist 5 Hurley, Joseph Hy., hairdresser 7 & 9 Price, mrs. S. E., dining rooms 11/15 Shaw &Jones, auctioneer 17 McKellar, Walt~., hairdre",er 19 Grosvenor Club, Ltd.-Geo. Molyneux, sec.: John lI1:tnn,manager 23 Jones, J. S. & Co., grocers 25 Compton, Mi;s M., eonfectioner 27 Crownshaw, George, saw and tool maker 29 & 31 Dickin, Ed\mrd, tobacconist
When I was married 1970 we bought a dining room suite from Bouchers. Vaguely remember asking for a discount if I paid cash for it and got a discount. Think stores prefer you to buy on the never never nowadays
Has anyone been upstairs in any of these buildings - would like to know how big the rooms are where the small windows are and would they have been servants quarters?