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Jedediah Strutt

Jedediah Strutt shop, corner of Exchange Street and St Peters Street, Derby, Derbyshire, 2010 • Empty Grade II listed former Boots building (info here) with statues of four notable locals. The magnificently-named Jedediah Strutt invented a stocking frame and ran cotton mills. He’s accompanied by Derby Silk Mill co-founder John Lombe; poet and historian William Hutton; and pioneering nurse and statistician Florence Nightingale.

Nameless shop with statues (Derby)

Nameless shop with statues (Derby)

Nameless shop with statues (Derby)

Nameless shop with statues (Derby)

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