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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Old & New on Greenfield Street


The top story of the old Hyde Equitable Co-operative Store is much the same as it has always been, but the Wilkinson store that now occupies the building has a new display along the ground floor.

New too are the trees in their containers - there are similar trees on the opposite side by the Town Hall.

How different it was three years ago when the store belonged to KwikSave and there were temporary bus-stops during the re-construction of Hyde Bus Station.

5 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

It looks a kind of mall and for sure I'm interesting on it! ;-)
Léia

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi Gerald... I still have and use toels which were bought from the co-op over 21 years ago... and they are still fluffy and great at drying. The trees are a nice touch I must say.

nobu said...

I like those decorated trees.

Mo said...

Those pictures in the windows look like the faces of theatre. What else is happening in the refurbishment

Hilary said...

Heh I like what you've done with the banner!Very clever Gerald :)

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