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James' Meat, Potato and Fruit Shop in Pump Street [queues 1914-18 ??] (J1304271E14.jpg)

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Collecting potatoes from James' Meat, Potato and Fruit Shop in Pump Street during WW1.
The pub on the left is the Horse and Jockey and James' shop later became Tyler's radio and TV shop, opposite The Shambles.

This was my grandfather's shop - (cazzz1 - cazzz1@btinternet.com)

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