Albert Street Shops

Albert Street Shops
Albert Street Shops

Before the compulsory purchase, and relocation to the Temporary shops. One photo shows the shop frontages of (left to right)

Bakery – can’t recall the name, but Moon’s rings a bell?

Ripley’s butchers – the best Pork Scratching’s!

North Notts Farmers – my Dad’s shop.


Fred Dodsley – Tools etc.

The Black Swan at the top of Midworth Street can be seen on the far left.

The second photo is of Dad’s warehouse which was at the rear of Midworth St. I only remember it being one of the scariest places ever inside when I was small!


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  • Was it Wainmans Bakery?

    Was it Harris before Fred Dodsley, I remember buying tools from a Mr Harris in 1952, he always came to work in  a Bowler Hat when he opened the shop.

    By Tom Shead (16/03/2015)
  • The bakers shop was Wainmans. My lunch was often half a dozen milk rolls, price 1d. from this bakery.

    By Michael Parkin (16/03/2015)
  • Looking at photo 2 it looks like part of what was Gilcroft House with the bay windows.

    The baker’s shop was originally Wainmans before it was Worboys in the 1960’s.

    By Angela Bramwell (16/03/2015)
  • You are all correct. It was Wainman’s Bakery. It was taken over by Warboys  early 60’s. Used to have there Bread and Cakes delivered from Lander’s Bakery. In their own wrappers of course.  Alan

    By Alan Curtis (16/03/2015)
  • The bakery was Warboys when I lived on Brunt street. I use to go to North Notts Farmers for ‘bedding’ for my hamster.I remember those shops with their creaking wooden floors.

    By Angela Bramwell (15/03/2015)

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