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Plymouth Fore Street in the 1930s, Print

Plymouth Fore Street in the 1930s, Print

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Plymouth Fore Street in the 1930s

This print shows part of Plymouth Fore Street in the 1930s, the premises is on the right, including Snell and Company (32, Fore Street tobacconist) and on the left including the Two Trees Inn (88, Fore Street, public house), G C Bateman (89, Fore Street opticians), Western Morning News (90, Fore street), the Golden Lion (91, Fore Street, public house) and Timothy Whites and Taylors Limited (93, Fore Street chemist). The prominent building in the background is the Electric Theatre, and was also known as Devonport Public Hall.

The image is a black and white photographic postcard, looking along part of Plymouth Fore Street.

Image Reference Number - 616_113

Product Details 

This is one of a number of prints available from The Box, Plymouth collection.

The images range from oils, photographs, watercolours, and pottery and are printed to order on 250gsm Image Impact paper with delivery direct to your door. 

Images are printed in their original proportions which vary in size and will not be cropped or distorted and as such the image may have a border.

Packaging Details

Prints in A5, A4 and A3 sizes are dispatched in eco-friendly envelopes with a backboard for optimal safeguarding during transit. 

For A2 and A1 prints, we utilise recyclable triangular postal tubes made from robust corrugated board, offering both stability in storage and enhanced protection throughout the postal journey.