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York Road, nos.238-242

York Road, nos.238-242
6th May 1936. View of York Road showing shops at nos.238-242. On the left, no.242 is Harold Henry Truswell, grocer, advertising milk, 2d (old pence) a tin, pears three and a half pence a tin, herrings 4d a tin and pines 4d a tin. Also finest Irish roll 11d per pound and new season's fruit. Next to this no.240 is Thomas Carter, fish, fruit and poultry salesman then no.238 Miss Mary A. Carter, milliner. A van is parked on the right while on the far left is the jnction with Ivy Mount.

User Comments:

Graham A. Schofield

Aaaaaaaaaaaaah!!! IRISH ROLL. The finest bacon your ever likely to encounter. And because it was cured in the traditional and proper way, it tasted fantastic, and the fat would melt in your mouth. I haven't seen any for over 40 years. Does it still exist? Is there a pork-butcher out there somewhere who still buys his bacon from a traditional irish source in the far west of Ireland? If there is, can someone tell me. I have a fast jet standing by.




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