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THE VERNE CITADEL

RAILWAY STATION AND GASWORKS AT BOTTOM OF PICTURE

(DR04226)

BUILDING GANG  1920'S

BUILDING GANG POSSIBLY PORTLAND ALFRED JOLIFFE STANDING ON GROUND THIRD FROM LEFT WITHOUT HAT BORN 1867 DIED OF LEAD POISONING FROM PAINT 1927

(RF0504)

BUILDING GANG  1920'S

BUILDING GANG POSSIBLY PORTLAND ALFRED JOLIFFE STANDING ON GROUND SECOND FROM LEFT WITHOUT HAT BORN 1867 DIED OF LEAD POISONING FROM PAINT 1927

(RF0504)

LIPTON'S CIRCA 1940'S

LIPTON'S FORTUNESWELL IN THE 1940'S

JOAN ALDRIDGE THIRD FROM RIGHT LATER COMBEN 

(RF0501)

FORTUNESWELL  SHOPS

INDIA & CHINA TEA COMPANY LATER THE CO-OP CURRENTLY COASTERS OFF LICENCE. 

(RF0301)

F. J. BARNES FIRST MASONRY WORKS AT VICTORIA SQUARE (1891) IN THE STATION AREA.

THIS IS JUST AFTER BARNES BOUGHT IT FROM THE PORTLAND STONE Co.

(RF0187)

EASTON STREET - BUTCHER

(LC1208)

BUILDING A HOUSE

GROSVENOR ROAD?

(PT0316)

AERIAL VIEW OF VICKERS/WHITEHEAD’S TORPEDO WORKS

(LC0407)

THE CHEMIST'S SHOP

MARGARET HOLT IN THE SHOP OF WILLIS THE CHEMIST IN STRAITS

(LC0160)

NEWMAN'S STORE EASTON

WHO ARE THE PEOPLE AND THE LADY UPSTAIRS?

(JH1020)

MARSHALL'S SHOP EASTON, LATE1930s

(JH0908)

THE ROYAL MANOR CAFE, PORTLAND BILL.

(JH0904)

LOADING STONE AT STONE PIER, CASTLETOWN. 

(DR04292)

MR DIXON (17) ICE CREAM SELLER 1905 

1.    BOB STONE, 2.   BILL ANTHONY, 3.   DICK PEARCE, 4.   FRED COMBEN, 5.   WILL BROWING, 6.   DICK WHITE, 7.   ALF STEVENS, 8.   ARTHUR RANDLE, 9.   REG MOORE, 10.   ARTHUR TIZZARD, 11.   ERNEST STEWKESBURY, 12.   JACK FANCY, 13.   LIZZER COLLINS, 14.   ANNE NORSTER, 15.   (UNKNOWN BABY), 16.   ETHEL STEWKESBURY, 18.   JENNIE ATTWOOL, 19.   MRS STEWKESBURY, 20.   MRS WHITE, 21.   MRS PEARCE, 22.   (UNKNOWN)

(LC0101)

LOADING STONE AT STONE PIER, CASTLETOWN

(DR04292)

MERCHANTS RAILWAY LOOKING TOWARDS CASTLETOWN

(DR04296)

QUARRY CREW, FOUR MEN AND A DOG, DATE UNKNOWN.

(CH0133)

ROUND HOUSE AT TOP OF HIGH STREET.

OLD BAKERY, PICTURE DATED BETWEEN 1902/1910 

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(CH0225)

EASTON SHOPS

‘LONDON HOUSE’ IS CLOTHES SHOP AND SHOP ON LEFT IS A PRODUCE  MERCHANTS 

(JH0675)

SHOPS ARE FROM LEFT, R SCORE & SONS SHIPS CHANDLERS AND POST OFFICE, NEXT SALVATION ARMY HOSTEL, THEN PRIVATE HOUSE WHICH WAS THE CASTLE PUB

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(JH0626)

CASTLETOWN

GILL’S SHOP IN FOREGROUND

(JH0625)

ST  JOHN’S CHURCH AND SHOP 

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(DR04344)

JOE BEER’S SHOP BEING BUILT

BEFORE BRETT’S THE BUTCHERS 

(DR0443)

VICTORIA STATION. 

(DR04227)

THE GROVE INN

LICENSEES WERE: 1867 MRS. MARY MAYO, 1874 DAVID PEARCE, 1875 WILLIAM PEARCE, 1880 ROBERT SMITH, 1885 - 1911 WILLIAM JENOUR, 1915 JAMES SANSFORD, 1920-1929 MRS. HENRIETTA TRAVERS, 1930-1931 BERTIE HENRY POLDEN, 1932-1937 WILLIAM AYLES, 1938-1941 THOMAS WESLEY EMERSON, 1948-1951 LEONARD L. SHORTER, 1955 T. JONES 

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(DR04218)

DELIVERY TRUCK, HIGH STREET, FORTUNESWELL 

(JC03256)

HATTON'S STORES FORTUNESWELL 1907

THE HATTON'S OUTSIDE THEIR SHOPS - A BUTCHERS AND A CHEMIST

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(DR04109)

FORTUNESWELL 

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(DR04106)

STONE'S DRAPERY STORE WITH TWO LADIES 

(JH04147)

SHOWS POST OFFICE OPPOSITE, PRIOR TO IT'S REMOVAL TO THE RED LION BUILDING IN REFORNE 

(JH0680)

EASTON FOUNDRY - DATE UNKNOWN. 

(JH0679)

RAILWAY STATION AND GASWORKS AT BOTTOM OF PICTURE WITH THE VERNE CITADEL IN THE DISTANCE 

(DR04226)

J. J PATTEN & SONS BUILDERS.

HARRY HERBERT DURSTON 3RD LOWER 

(GG0102)

EASTON STREET LOOKING NORTH. ATTWOOLL THE TOBACCONIST ON THE LEFT. 

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(DR0408)

BUREAU DE CHANGE AND POST OFFICE, CASTLETOWN. 

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(DR04207)

THE NELSON TOILET SALOON

PROPRIETOR C. H. BULL, HAIRDRESSERS, NOTE SAILORS HATS IN WINDOW. 

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(DR04205)

WALTER JOSLIN’S DAIRY AND KILBURNIE HOUSE ON LEFT, SIMMONS THE CHEMIST AT THE TOP OF THE ROAD. 

(JH06166)

WEST WEARES.

NOTE SMALL CAFÉ.

(JH06164)

PORTLAND FAIR c1905 VICTORIA SQUARE. 

(DR0414)

SIMMONDS THE CHEMIST AT TOP OF HIGH STREET FORTUNESWELL OPPOSITE THE SUN INN.

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(DR04116)

MAN ON BOARD PORTLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL CART IN FORTUNESWELL

(DR04115)

THREE EASTON SHOPS NEXT TO OLD FIRE STATION ENTRANCE. 

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(JH0677

T. E. WAY, BAKER, EASTON 

(JC03254)

LOWER HIGH STREET AND CHISWELL

NOTE POST OFFICE, AND THE CROWN INN. 

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(JH06167)

CASTLETOWN. STEAM BAKERY, THEN H. SCORE ARMY NAVY CONTRACTOR, THEN CASTLE HOTEL, THE JOLLY SAILOR PUB TO THE RIGHT, STONE WAITING TO BE SENT OFF. 

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(DR04201)

LEGGETT’S TEA GARDENS, WAKEHAM 

(DR04151)

LEGGETT’S TEA GARDENS, WAKEHAM 

(DR04150)

LEGGETT’S TEA GARDENS, WAKEHAM 

(DR04149)

STRAITS. A PUB CALLED THE SWAN TO THE LEFT OF THE PICTURE

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(DR04137)

GARAGE IN VICTORIA SQUARE

OWNER AND DATE UNKNOWN.

(DR0491)

TRAIN HEADING FOR EASTON STATION PASSING UNDER YEOLANDS BRIDGE AT EAST WEARES. 

(DR0431)

MISS ADLAM (MILLINER)

CHRISTMAS 1934. GROVE ROAD.

SHE WAS DISABLED.

SIGN READS 'MISS ADLAM, COSTUMES'.

(GG0903)

MARSHALL'S WIRELESS SHOP, 1930s

NOTE 'LOCAL MARCONI MAN' SIGN ON GARAGE, EASTON

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(GG0902)

MARSHALL'S RADIO AND TV SHOP, EASTON

ERNEST MARSHALL AT DOOR.

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(GG0907)