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Easterly Road, No.176 Thrift Stores

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Easterly Road, No.176 Thrift Stores
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21st October 1936. Situated on the corner with Gipton Wood Road, Thrift Stores grocers shop. On the left is a cigerette vending machine and a board with timetables for LNER (London North Eastern Railway)

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Name:
Margaret Barker nee Shaw

Comment:
This was NOT on the corner of Oakwood Lane. It was in Easterly Road on the corner of Gipton Wood Road. I can still remember my mother's Thrift number - 045. She must have been one of the early members.

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paul hartley

Comment:
Ms barker is correct, I remember the store in the sixties at the corner of Gipton Wood Lane.

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Name:
stephen morton

Comment:
I remember this shop becoming a carpet shop and they built a set of steps at the side as the upstairs was turned into an office around 1972 i think. i used to play on the steps as i had friends who lived in the house behind the shop on gipton wood road and another friend ( norman roberts ) lived over the other side of easterley road behind the off licence and we used to go to the newsagents to buy our sweets.

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kippax25uk@yahoo.co.uk

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Name:
Patricia Eastwood

Comment:
We lived at 168 Easterly Rd., behind Burrell's cycle shop. I remember Ascough's across the street, where there was a post office and newsagents. There was also Gadsby's cake shop next door to us.

Date:
02-Oct-2011

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Ibis123_ca@yahoo.ca

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