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Friar Street – Looking North ; c.1910 (J1208061E35.jpg)

J1208061E35.jpg Friar Street; c.1910 (J1208061E34.jpg) Thumbnails Friar Street – Half of bioscope picture (Tudor House frontage); c.1900 (J1208011E68.jpg) Friar Street; c.1910 (J1208061E34.jpg) Thumbnails Friar Street – Half of bioscope picture (Tudor House frontage); c.1900 (J1208011E68.jpg) Friar Street; c.1910 (J1208061E34.jpg) Thumbnails Friar Street – Half of bioscope picture (Tudor House frontage); c.1900 (J1208011E68.jpg) Friar Street; c.1910 (J1208061E34.jpg) Thumbnails Friar Street – Half of bioscope picture (Tudor House frontage); c.1900 (J1208011E68.jpg) Friar Street; c.1910 (J1208061E34.jpg) Thumbnails Friar Street – Half of bioscope picture (Tudor House frontage); c.1900 (J1208011E68.jpg) Friar Street; c.1910 (J1208061E34.jpg) Thumbnails Friar Street – Half of bioscope picture (Tudor House frontage); c.1900 (J1208011E68.jpg)

Sign Says "Try Cough Drops prescribed by Mother Sigley"
Tudor coffee shop
Lilly's tenements were located to the right of Tudor House
Caption incorrect not Sidbury

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  • TimCullis - Sunday 6 August 2017 01:37
    I think the photographer has confused Tudor House with the Commandery in Sidbury. There used to be a sweet shop in the front of the Commandery where my grandfather (who worked in the Commandery) bought Mother Sigley's Cough Sweets.