Kingswinford, what was where?

Map of Kingswinford village from the 1920's to the 1960's

Church Hall & Sunday School Penzer's Shop Princes Clothes Shop / Mr Griffiths' Radio Shop The 'Cross Hotel' New Police Station Pet Shop / Bank Dorothy Dangerfields Rose's Post Office Summerhill Cottage British Legion Doctors Surgery, Dr Kenchington, Dr Bloor, Dr Myatt (a lady doctor) Slater's the Chemist Robins - newsagent & watchmaker, later Worrall's newsagency Whitehouse's butcher's shop - Robins' wool & baby shop Cigarettes & sweet shop, the 'Grand' picture house then the bank on the corner of Summer St Sid Arley's firewood business The 'Leopard' public house The old telephone exchange Pinsons - butcher's shop 'Vine Inn', Mary Collins - shoes, West End Stores, Old Library - later Newey's electrical store George Woodall's antiques, David Collins - fruit & veg, Piddock's - drapery, old post office - later Wilson's stationers The new telephone exchange Harrington's cake shop - later Round's cakes Percy Hickman - battery charging, later Mrs Worrall's house, Elwell's bakery, later Gordon Woodhouse hardware, Mr Bird - barber Mr Williams' MILL GARAGE, later Robin Gupta's garage 'One & All' community hall Cardo's transport yard The old 'Swann' public house Mrs Whorton's little shop - mother of Betty Simmonds Mr Pinder - Optician, little Italian barbers shop Arnold's shop 'Hazelmere' a private school, later the home of David Collins Site of the new 'Swan Hotel' Meanley's farm Old police house - PC Robinson, PC 'Lanky' Atkins Harry Bennett's bungalow Old cottages - now the site of Kingswinford library Lloyds chemist, Hicklins - now a bank Richardson's clothes shop - now an Indian restaurant Co-op grocery store and butcher's shop at rear, Brettles butcher's shop Bennnett's ironmongers, Peggy Bennett - hairdresser Market Hall Tavern, Hipwoods - hairdessers, Mr Cole the butcher Grocers shop, Allsop - fish & chips  (now 'Firkins') Smiths radio shop, Doughty's bread & cakes, Broughton's bakery Cooked meats shop, Refreshment parlour, Mrs Perks - drapers Mrs Edwards - tobacconists (sister of Mrs Wilson) Wrenson's grocery shop - formally Will's grocery shop Knott's pie shop, Allan's fruit shop Dangerfields, Davis' fish shop Fern Cafe, Old Vicarage Addenbrokes house Doug Perks' garageBradley Hall

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