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Hutcliffwood Road.

Somewhat spoiled by the modern frontage.

Google Streetview

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Hutcliffwood Road.

Somewhat spoiled by the modern frontage.

Google Streetview

Was that B&C or S&E ?

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I see another Google Map coming here lol

Lets not forget the big ones

Ecclesall Rd S&E

Furnival Gate S&E

Snig Hill/ Castle Street B&C

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Bright Street

The 1st Branch of Brightside & Carbrook to open was on Bright Street in 1868.

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Broughton Lane

The B&C had a cobblers, warehouse and abbatoir.

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Attercliffe Common

The B&Cs funeral department was situated at No 3 to 15 Attercliffe Common.

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As it is now. he he

This is a better view of the ex Chesterfield Rd, Woodseats CO-OP. The actual building was converted into the photographers.

Courtesy of Google SV

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Broughton Lane

The B&C had a cobblers, warehouse and abbatoir.

And A dairy

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The Somerfield which was at Manor Top based in the old Manor Cinema building has now become a Tesco's Express store though and not a Co-Op.

Which reminds me, -

There was a B&C Co-Op at Manor Top on the section between Manor Cinema and the Library / Health Centre which is set back in a parking lay-by.

Not only at Manor Top there was another one on "City Road Front" [that's what it was known as to Norfolk School students who went out there for their dinner]

The shop was on the section where the hill starts to rise to Manor Top immediately behind the Methodist Church on Edenhall Road.

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Not only at Manor Top there was another one on "City Road Front" [that's what it was known as to Norfolk School students who went out there for their dinner]

The shop was on the section where the hill starts to rise to Manor Top immediately behind the Methodist Church on Edenhall Road.

I had forgotten about this on

City Rd

Courtesy Google SV

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