Penarth Dock, South Wales - 150 years - the heritage and legacy  
Penarth Dock, South Wales - the heritage & legacy . . .

Volume Nine - Pre-Victorian to the present day - even more aspects - The Work of Martin J. Ridley - Photographer . . .

Glebe Street, Penarth c.1905.
Glebe Street, Penarth c.1905.
Glebe Street, Penarth c.1905.

◊ Glebe Street, Penarth - An animated view of Glebe Street with lots of small shops identifiable c.1905. A digital record from the archive of the National Library of Wales of the work of Martin J. Ridley, photographer during the years 1900 to 1910. The archive record is a black and white, glass dry-plate negative. [439] [Preferred citation : Ridley 2191]

Glebe Street from Ludlow Road intersection : (left hand side from nearest premises)

7. Homes Wm. - fruitier and florist
8. White & Co. - outfitters
9. Lea R. H. - by 1909 Geo.Salter - refreshment rooms
11. Manning F. R. - watchmaker
12. Mathews J. D. - boot & shoe dealer
14. Ellick A. H. - hosier & outftr.
15. Lipton Ltd. - provision dealers
16. Wilson & Son - corn and seed merchants
17. Baker Ivor G. - tobacconist and hairdresser
18. Evans W. R. - butcher

Plassey Street intersects.

Glebe Street from Salop Street intersection : (right hand side from most distant premises)

98. Davies, Walter - confectioner and baker
99 + 100. Davies W. & Co. - drapers
101. Barrow Chas. Emlyn - butcher
102. Lea W. J. - outfitter & hosier
103. Oliver George - boot & shoe dealer
104. Benjamin J. B. - chemist, &c.
105. Pasley S. - stationer, newsagent and bookseller
106. Nairn John - poultry & Devonshire butter dealer
107. Jones W. Farr - saddler - Fred. Gough, manager
108. Rees David - grocer
109. Singer Manufacturing Co. - Rodgers James, manager
110. Andrews S. & Son - coffee tavern & public hall

The above list was compiled mainly from the Cardiff Directory published by the Western Mail in January 1909 with amenements to suit names that could be identified from photograhic enhancements. Note the girl playing with her hoop outside R. H. Lea's shop and the dress and amazing hat of the lady walking purposely past the shop of David Rees. The building stage-centre at the intersection of Glebe Street with Plassey Street is No 19 Glebe Street being the bazaar of C. A. Shorthouse. [698]
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