Saturday, 14 February 2009

Britton the Broadstairs Butcher

The picture above shows Albert Brett, Mr Shepard and Bert Toop standing outside Brittons the butchers in Broadstairs where they worked, now Rook’s butchers.

I have published the rest of the collection of photos click here to view them.

I have added the names where they were on the back of the pictures.
Please add any more information you have.

4 comments:

  1. cheers Michael love old butchers shops as I once worked in one

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  2. Chaps in suits on the beach smoking pipes and woodbines, exactly how it should be. Football tops, shorts and sports sandalls of today are so vulgar.

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  3. Pleasure Don the older generation locally are getting wise to the fact every time the let me copy some of their pictures I give them a high quality A4 lazar prints of the for free. So I am getting some rather unusual ones at the moment.

    Bertie perhaps there is an unrepealed bylaw or something

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  4. Jim Brett was my grandfather, Albert Brett and Rose Brett (Bearman) my Great Grandparents. Haven't seen these photos before. Nice to see them. Thankyou

    Lyn

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