COLEMAN CLASSIC AWNING. OUTDOOR WINDOW AWNING.
Coleman Classic Awning
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Thorne Doncaster South Yorkshire 1975
I didn't take that many photos of Thorne in the 1970s but I do seem to have a lot of the traffic lights. They were "the" traffic lights in those days as there were no others in town! This is looking from Fieldside down King Street with a K-reg MGBGT heading towards us and an Austin 1800 and a Mini (see its reflection in Cheeseborough's window
) going the other way.
The industrial estate signposted down Field Road & King Edward Road was presumably Coleman Road although much small
er then than today.
On the right Cheeseborough's is still open with its wooden guard in the entrance indicating that this shot was taken on a Sunday - hence the few cars around. Next to Cheeseborough's Dowse's the bakers is closed and boarded up, the bakery itself on Queen Street behind also closed by now.
Darley's Brewery is still in full operation though, chimney smoking, and the North-Eastern pub on the corner, like most others, serves Darley's Ales. I don't know what it serves now but the brewery is long gone (although the building is still standing) and the pub has reverted to its old name of the Corner Pin.
The building with its awning
s out over the pavement in the distance was a newsagents where I worked as a newspaper boy at one time in the 1960s.
On the extreme left the old brick building still stands today and is equall
y as derelict-looking even though it is lived in. Shuker's pork butcher's used to be in the building alongside and on the corner by the lights was Raper & Barley groceries.
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