The Zetland Cafe, Market Square, Stafford

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Date:1911

Description:Agnes Galloway opened the Zetland Café on the first floor of 54a Greengate Street in 1910, but moved to this site at 13-14 Market Square the following year. The café closed when the owners retired in 1935. The building was demolished and rebuilt a few years later.

Image from 'Staffordshire Past and Present: An Historical Pictorial & Descriptive Guide' published in 1911 and edited by J.W.Bradley.


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1860s
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1890s
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1910s
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1930s
Auxiliary Fire Service lapel badge
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1960s
Brookfields goods recipt, Stafford
Brookfields goods recipt, Stafford

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1990s
Greengate Street, Stafford
Greengate Street, Stafford

This view was taken looking south from Market Square to Greengate Street in Stafford. ...

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Donor ref:86.024.0124(ii) (37/40531)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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