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Photo showing numbers 410 & 411 High Street Brentford in 2007

Two semi-detached white painted shops with a few chairs and tables on the pavement in front

Roger Davis, who provided this photo, says 'I had a chat with the owner who operates a second hand furniture business from 409 to 411 including what is left of Lambs Passage.'

No. 411 is the last property at the eastern end of the High Street before Kew Bridge Road.

From 1840 to 1940 these were two separate shops used by a wide variety of tradesmen: see the link below for more details.

See details of these and other properties in this area.