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1945/6 photo by H. Felton: number 60

3 storey brick built property set back from the road with 'Meadow Dairy' corner shop to its front

This was Brentford's first Police Station, although by the time the photo was taken no. 60 had been used for a variety of businesses over a period approaching 80 years.

The adverts include ones for Heinz (57 varieties), Mentmore fountain pens, Vironita (a tonic drink), Zambuk ointment and Bovril. Alfred T Andrews is recorded at no. 60 in a 1940 trade directory.

Reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR

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Published November 2007