Next door was Dan Dunnets, then the butchers, clothes shop, then Bowles shop - at least the pavement is much wider now - remember how narrow it used to be at the bottom of the lane. Did they find a way to serve ice cream? Venture, no anecdotes of Nag but she was what we'd call a "lovely wifie" always smiling and gentle. Mention of the National orange juice reminded me that every now and then at the end of the war the school would issue a bottle of orange juice and a bottle of cod liver oil Yuk! Trinkie, wasn't the draper chop "Ronaldson's? Nooadays we all go till Tesco Hoping that no one will see Jist fit we hev put in wur basket All ai posh stuff we hev for wur tea! I deliberately didn't mention Fred Shearer's because I hated that shop! A few would be clutching a soft toy or gift they had won at the Fair. Looking back at some photos, I notice how old we used to dress at that time, like little wifies!
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It was run by two sisters I think.
Cabrellie's coffie shop-Charlie Herchers!! Great photos Jimbews - Jelly was a big treat at the time.
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When borrowing or returning books, I have to check them into a computer myself and get a ticket from a machine. Who that ever saw him can ever forget that gigantic wineskin of a man with the soft slow Haban smile and the even softer heart? Amongst my favourites were Downie's the clothes shop and the ironmongers whose name I have forgotten but it was run by the Houstons. Barbara Bains in back st.???
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|Old Mrs Cabrelli was often serving and looked so elegant with her white hair piled up on top.
I have already mentioned Manson the Grocers at the beginning of this thread. Regards Trinkie. Used to get lovely gundy there never see it anywhere nowadays loved it when i was a kid. The County Stores was a bit like that but I was scared of it! Here are some others, but where are the Thurso Shops??
leather troosers and all the headbands and belt buckles and cowboy boots. used to go out with Alana Harper??? possibley Jimmy something? There are other shops I liked to visit in Wick, but I leave that for another time.
. There wis scarves til' mek e' bonny .
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After Geordie Harper moved to Back Bridge Street his shop was taken by Dan Campbell Jeweller. . Also down Kirk Lane was Addie Donaldson, saddler, and in the early 50s British.
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I would appreciate any help you may be able to give and I thank you in advance. I remember the shop that was beside the camps where the steps go down to the back of the social work office, but for the life of me I cant remember the name. And of course, speaking of shops, was it not Ian's parents who had the shop on the way to the North School?
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There was a butcher shop at the top of Moray St on the corner of Beaufoy Street just around the corner from Browns Place - a house now it was eventually run Mackay and Sinclair or Sinclair and Mackay, Johnny Polson used to work there, before he started his own place in Dempster St.