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32 Mill Road, Taybank

History of 32 Mill Road


21 Mill Road, advert 1899


Thomas Alexander Mathers, 49, watchmaker, b Scotland


Mathers and Son, watchmakers and jewellers

Thomas Mathers, Councillor of the Borough


Dipple and Conway, opticians

Alfred C Ashman


Cafe CB1. Opened by Daniel Sturdy, it was said to be one of the first internet cafes in the UK. It closed in 2015.


Tom’s Cakes

32 Mill Road, 2022, photo David Gent


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