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Leighton Buzzard EPW056941
Leighton Buzzard EPW056941
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Fortnum and Mason BL29135
Fortnum and Mason BL29135
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Henley-On-Thames GOM01_05_068_03
Henley-On-Thames GOM01_05_068_03
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Oxford Street MOT01_01_06
Oxford Street MOT01_01_06
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High Street Sutton Coldfield, 1942 AA42_03367
High Street Sutton Coldfield, 1942 AA42_03367
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Market Hall Wolverhampton, 1942 AA42_03222
Market Hall Wolverhampton, 1942 AA42_03222
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Tuesday Market Place DAC01_03_023
Tuesday Market Place DAC01_03_023
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Fortnum and Mason windows DD88_00082
Fortnum and Mason windows DD88_00082
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Fortnum And Mason doorway DD88_00094
Fortnum And Mason doorway DD88_00094
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Exchange Arcade, Nottingham DP219279
Exchange Arcade, Nottingham DP219279
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Long Row, Nottingham DP219277
Long Row, Nottingham DP219277
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Market Hall Wolverhampton, 1942 AA42_03222 Featured Print

Market Hall Wolverhampton, 1942 AA42_03222

Market Hall, North Street, Wolverhampton. The west portico of the Market Hall in North Street.
The Market Hall opened in 1853. By 1868 it was described as being the worst conducted market hall in England with stall holders complaining of a lack of enforcement of bye laws and a prevalence of pick-pockets. Over the subsequent years the situation improved, thanks in part to the presence of police officers, and the market went from strength to strength. It finally closed in 1960 after concerns that repairs would prove too costly. The Civic Centre now occupies the site

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