48—52 even BRIDGE STREET

Official listing  Nos 48 to 52 (even)  grade II

C17 and C18. Front is 3 storeyed, stuccoed, with pantiled roof. No 48 has a shop front. Between Nos 48 and

52 is the narrow entry to No 50. Each upper floor has 6 12 paned sash windows in moulded openings.

No 50 occupies rear wing and is earlier, timber-framed, 2 storeys, the upper storey projecting on joist ends,

but with later windows.




No 48

2010                        Store/Gallery Picture The Market Shop

1950,52,                Sports Centre J T Darling All sports                                                                    equipment, and model making

1938,35,29,25        Draper Albert William Hill

1911                         Wallpaper dealer Robert Percy

1906,02                    Corn and Oil Cake Merchant. Andrew                                   Martin Poultry & game food dealer

1897                         Poultry & game food dealer

                                  Martin & Scott

1891census             Flour dealer Isabella Macdonald and 50

1887,81                    Baker & Flour Dealer 

                             Daniel Macdonald

1879,73                    Corn Dealer Daniel Macdonald

No 50                       SHOE LANE

2010                         The Market Shop

1938                         Private Edward Bainbridge

1911,10                    Shopkeeper James Grieve

1901census             Widow Esther Lumsden

1887                         Brewer & Maltster Francis Parker

1873                      Ironmonger, furnishing, William Charles                                  Caverhill China Merchant and Billhanger

No 52

2010                         Restaurant/Antiques Café Curio

1962,63,64,65,66 Gents Hairdressing Maison Rense

1952                          Royal Insurance Co Ltd J L Campbell

1953                          Resident Inspector

1938,35,29,25,11. Bootmaker John Mosgrove and 50

1910,06,02,1897,91,89 and 1891,1901census