From 1921 to the 1950's the Cosy Cinema stood on the right, now a carpark.
The shop on the left was number 9 & 10 Burton Street.
At number 1 Doseley Road, in the 1930’s and 40’s there was a Miss Maud Allworth confectioner.
I have been told that at some time a Mr Frank Williams repaired clocks from number 1 and his nick name was “tick tock”
Number 2 Doseley Road, in 1929 Noah Bray was a fried fish dealer but from 1934 to 1941 Mrs Maggie Bray was the fried fish dealer, I’m not sure if they are related.
At some time, numbers 1 & 2 was knocked in to one and Dabbs Brothers ran a bookmaker from there.Photo courtesy of Dawley History Group.
Looking back towards Blewshill and the Rough Ground in the distance.Photo courtesy of Dawley History Group.
Entrance to the Brandlee and now is the site of St Paul's Catholic Church.Photo courtesy of Dawley History Group.
Looking back from Brandlee towards Doseley Road.Photo courtesy of Dawley History Group.
These houses were demolished and the Dawley doctors medical practice was built before moving back to King Street, now a children’s play area.Photo courtesy of Dawley History Group.
Dawley Demonstration Day with the banner of Moreton's Coppice Methodist Sunday school from Horsehay.Photo courtesy of Dawley History Group.
Coronation 1902Photo courtesy of Dawley History Group.