One town, five stores: tracking down Middlesbrough’s ex-Woolworths (part 1)

Graham Soult

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6 Responses

  1. iangoodwin says:

    wasn’t there one at the top of linthorpe road in the village

  2. Mark says:

    I should add, the Town Centre I refer to above is Middlesbrough.

  3. Mark says:

    In about 1983 I worked on the building site which was the Old Woolworths building being converted into something else, I think a shopping centre. All I can remember was that it was in The Town Centre.

    Any ideas which one it was. Back then I lived outside the North East, but I now live locally and would like to revisit the store.

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