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High Street West 110-112 High Street West
High Street West
Naseeb Indian Restaurant
114 High Street West
Dowds Restuarant
110-112 High Street West

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125 High Street West
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123 High Street West

Kelly’s Directory
Goddard Joseph, fruit & game dealer, 114 High st. wst

Kelly’s Directory
Farnsworth Thomas & Annie (Miss), fruiterers, 114 High street west


114 High Street West centre. This picture was taken from onboard a tram, Glossop Tramways operated from 20 August 1903 to 24 December 1927 promoted by the Urban Electric Supply Company Limited.

Number 114 was a property with 7 main rooms occupied by George Rhodes Lester 32, a Fruiterer, his wife Ann Milward Lester 39, married 9 years with 4 children, George Lester 7, Oswald Lester 5, Clarence Lester 2 and Annie Lester 7 months.

Kelly’s Directory
Farnsworth T. & Sons, fruitrs, 112 & 114 High st. west TN 43

Kelly’s Directory
Globe Hotel (Saml. Hy. Fogerty), 114 High st. west


The distinctive awning of number 114. Photograph courtesy of Cliff Hales taken from outside his shop in the 1970s.


Eddie Conway’s wood shop mid 1970s, photograph taken by Cliff Hales with thanks to Chris Hales.


Naseeb Indian Balti Restaurant, with 2 24 light bay windows to the first floor. Photograph courtesy of Glossop & District Historical Society.


Photograph courtesy of Glossop & District Historical Society.

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Shows Naseeb Indian Resaurant


Photo taken in 2014 by Glossop VAH.