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16 Norfolk Street 12 Norfolk Street
Norfolk Pizza
16 Norfolk Street
The Tan Bar
14 Norfolk Street
12 Norfolk Street
B&M & Railway Station
Railway Station

Railway Yard

Henry Street
Typical two up, two down terrace property of Ashlar construction, and would probably have originally had timber two over two sash windows to the first floor, a usually a large display window and recessed timber and glass shop door to the ground floor. The stone roof tiles dating the building as pre 1850.

Kelly’s Directory 1895
Robinson Walter, draper, 12 & 14 Norfolk street

Kelly’s Directory 1899
Robinson Walter, draper, 12 & 14 Norfolk street

Kelly’s Directory 1912
Chapman Arthur Philip, hair dresser, 14 Norfolk street


Presume the two gentlemen in the door way were the Chapman brothers. Image from a digital collection by Bert Baker.

Chapman Brothers, hair dressers, 14 Norfolk street

Midland Counties of England Trades Directory of 1926-27
Chapman, A.P., Hairdresser, 14 Norfolk Street

Kelly’s Directory 1932
Chapman Arth. Philip, hairdrssr. 14 Norfolk st

Kelly’s Directory
Vogue (Mrs. Hilda Darlington), milliner, 14 Norfolk st, T N 298


Photo taken in 2014 by Glossop VAH.