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103 London Road

103 London Road

No. 103 London Road was rebuilt in the early 1960s.

103 London Road in the 1920s

The previous building on this site was built as a shop with one floor of accommodation above in about 1924. It was numbered 25 London Road until 1933. The picture on the right dating from the mid-1920s shows the former shop on this site when it was newly built and occupied by the carrier/garage proprietor Reginald Griffin.

103 London Road (formerly 25 London Road)


Reginald Griffin, carrier


Central Garage (Reginald Griffin, proprietor)


Private house

Richard Kane Fitzpatrick (1949)
Reginald P. Walker (1952)
Desmond H. Neil (1954)
Alfred B. Chester
No listing in 1958
William R. Bowell (1960)
No listing in 1962 (probably being rebuilt now)


Trustee Savings Bank


Lloyds TSB Bank (left vacant afterwards)


Ladbroke’s Betting Shop

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