4 thoughts on “Belmont Terrace Shops”

  1. Really fascinating. My parents moved into the end house in this terrace (the furthest away) in the early eighties. This corner stores was then Waplins, a carpet shop. Every Christmas they had a Christmas tree lit up over the door outside and their name in lights.

  2. When I was living at my aunts housr, 41 Camperdown Street the corner shop was owned by an ejderly man, Bucky. He used to wear a brown warehouse coat in the shop and ride a delivery bike. He was always smoking and his fingers and lips were tobacco stained.

  3. The owner was Mr Bucky who was continually smoking and his lips and fingers were tobacco stained. He used to deliver orders with a tradesmans bicycle.

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