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A. Smith

A. Smith, 122 Southwark Bridge Road, Borough of Southwark, London SE1, 2001 Venerable funeral parlour demolished circa 2007 and replaced with flats and offices; this corner is unrecognisable now.

A. Smith

A. Smith

A. Smith

A. Smith

A. Smith

A. Smith

A. Smith

A. Smith

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  1. Thank you for taking these, many of my family have passed through these doors since the 1940’s. So much of their past has also disappeared with them, It is so nice to be able to see the old streets and buildings they would have known.

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