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Victoria Street
Edward Mellor Estate Agents
1 High Street West
3 Jackson Buildings, Victoria Street
Snobby Dogs
1 Jackson Buildings, Victoria Street


Victoria Street was formed as a branch road off High Street in the early 1830s and named after Queen Victoria who became the monarch in 1837

Post Office Directory
Armitage Thomas, coal merchant, Victoria street
Hegginbottom Joseph, painter, plumber, glasier & gasfitter, Victoria street
Kelsall William, saddler & harness maker, Victoria street
Robinson Samuel, grocer, Victoria street
Winterbottom Thomas, hairdresser & market weighing machine maker, Victoria street

Post Office Directory list a number of beer retailers and pubs in Victoria Street and Whitfield;
Archer William & Co. brewers
Bradbury George, beer retailer & grocer
Dewsnap Joshua, beer retailer
Garlick Thomas, Junction inn
Howard Aaron, beer retailer & greengrocer
Howard John, beer retailer
Pickford Samuel, ’Horse Shoe’, & frmr, Chunal
Salkeld Margaret (Mrs.), ’Drowers’ Arms’, Charlestown
Shaw John, ’Beehive’
Shaw John, Commercial inn, Charlestown
Woodcock Joseph, ’Globe’


Victoria Street and the Theatre Royal. Image from a digital collection by Bert Baker.


Victoria Street look back towards Glossop town centre. Image from a digital collection by Bert Baker.


Victoria Street, market ground on the left and Howard Town Mill on the right. Image from a digital collection by Bert Baker.


Photo of (left to right) Brownson’s (Up To Date Taylors), Victoria Street, Hawley’s and the Norfolk Arms. Dated about 1925, trams still running but cast iron awning around Jackson Buildings removed.

Midland Counties of England Trades Directory
Knott, John & Bro, Bootmaker, 64 Victoria Street, 17 Dinting Vale & 33 Princess Street


Photo of (left to right) Lloyds Bank, Victoria Street, Midland Bank, Price’s and Smiths. Note the single phonebox which was moved further down the road. Can you name the cars and the van?


Victoria Street in the 1970s. Photograph courtesy of Cliff Hales.


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