I thought it would be a piece of cake to meet the theme this week. Then I found I had no photos of corner shops nor could I find any from years ago on the web. I had to settle for this in the end.
|Jewelry - Corner Shop|
Next I searched for aprons, registered milk vendors and even Mothers Choice (that was a mistake.) Finally I latched on to the Biscuits sold in Alan’s shop and found something much closer to home.
|Wright's Biscuits in South Shields|
(Turners Photographic of Newcastle)
By TWAM - Tyne & Wear Archives and Museums@Flickr Commons
There is a shop in the corner of Preston Hall's Victorian Museum which I have shown before.
|John Walker's Chemist Shop - Preston Hall Museum|
John Walker was the inventor of the first safety match. Other shops in the Victorian street include this one next to Walker's.
|Shop - established 1783|
The only 'modern' shop among my photos is one from St Mawgan in Cornwall - Roger, the owner, makes an excellent marmalade.
|St Mawgan Village Store & Post Office|
Don't forget to visit other shops at Sepia Saturday 89
If you want a prize for this I suggest you take a biscuit - but what's on offer is this:
(By Five Rings - Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 unported license)