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Location - GUILDFORD, Surrey, High Street - LLOYDS BANK & WESTMINSTER BANK
Date - 1936
Size in mm - 137 x 85
Printer - Judges Ltd, Hastings
Printer's Card No. - 18069
Un-used
Condition - clean, square corners
Further Information - Real sepia photo looking down the High Street past Guildford's 17th century Town Clock. The building at the right edge is Lloyds Bank. You can also spot the sign of the Westminster bank a couple of doors down. Note: the "Belisha" pedestrian crossing - flashing orange globes, but with black & white marking across the road (which the car is approaching) was one of the earliest in the country. They were invented in 1934 - First one used in Wigan 1935. This is now a pedestrianised road.

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