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Photographs Of Whitby Shops, Whitby Pubs And Other Whitby Businesses. Individual pictures are found at the bottom of the page, after the map.

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Map Of Whitby Shops


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These photographs are in order by street. Across time, some of these shops will close, however the pictures will remain in our gallery as an archive of shops in Whitby over the years.

If you wish to display your shop in our gallery then please send images to realwhitby@gmail.com

To see full sized photographs please click on the thumbnails.

Skinner Street Shops

 

Church Street Shops

On Church Street you will find many shops to suite a diversity of tastes and needs. This area of town is perhaps one of the most cultured, and as such is littered with Art Galleries, Photography Studios, Book Shops, Quality Sweet – Chocolate And Fudge Shops, Jet And Jewelery outlets, plus many great and varied places to eat or drink. Read More About Church Street Here.

 

Sandgate Shops

 

Bridge Street Shops

 

Grape Lane Shops

 

Flowergate Shops

 

Baxtergate Shops

 

New Quey Road Shops

 

Wellington Road Shops

 

Brunswick Street Shops

 

Pier Road, St Annes Staithe, Marine Parade.

 

Golden Lion Bank

 

Market Place Shops

 

All Whitby Shops

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13 comments

  1. My earliest memories are as a child living just off flowergate, the Sherlocks tea rooms was Charlie Fosters butchers, going down-over from there was Mrs Jacksons sweet shop, George Garnett the barber, Ducks, Carver Weirs hardware shop, Alan Browns electrical shop, Browns grocers; On the corner of cliff street was Calverts grocers, and on the opposite side of cliff street was Mr Harlands green grocers, Dewhurst butchers, the open expanse which is now Poundland was a cleared bomb site, further down was Northern Relay.

  2. I’ve taken loads of photos of the building of Whitby over the years to keep track of changes in the town. They are available online here: http://pics.mdfs.net/Whitby People are free to use them with acknowledgements.

  3. Thankyou JG. Ive used some of yours across the site. Ive credited them to you whereever ive used them

  4. New map added. hope people find it useful

  5. love all these earliest memories…. the plough mine like!

  6. Theyve ruined the plough Danny. Its not a good place now.

  7. sam smith won’t do PRS. killed the plough.

  8. GARY AND CAROL POUNDER

    WE LIKE MOST OF THEM BUT WE CAN,T SEE JANES CAFE ON SANDGATE OUR FAVOURITE EATERY A VERY FRIENDLY AND FAMILY RUN BUISNESS SERVES A GREAT FULL ENGLISH AND ALWAYS WELCOMING

  9. I wandered into the Whitby Deli on Flowergate on Monday 3rd November and was so pleased to find a wonderful shop full of unusual food (I just knew they had to have prosciutto so it was a major draw) lots of meats cheeses and nibbly bits! I was recommended a good meat and ended up buying more as the place was so good!!

  10. This gallery is a wonderful social history of the shops in Whitby. Would it be possible to build a similar gallery of the yards?

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