I would guess Newhaven, but there are no street-drinkers passed out on the benches ..
Shepton Mallet? Yeovil?
Anywhere UK. 99p shop. The Pound ain't wot it used to be.
Looks like Yarville to me.The local council purchased the freehold of the M & S - a building laid out as a department store which is of course just the right investment to be buying right now.
Gravesend?But no, it has 98p shops...
Outside your shop?
Just grimsville U.K.
Yeovil was the surprisingly correct response. Not a high street I would expect to be recognised. About half the shops sin that picture are no longer there.Closed and gone. Its a very bad example of riding the retail collapse. What is shocking..SHOCKING!! is the Costa Coffee has closed down. Citing ' too high rent and rates.'That's Costa-500% markup- easy money - pushed rents up ten fold on their own- now saying they are too high.Not unattractive the two high streets. Though very much a 'C' grade destination. The shops that survuve are quite ugly. Charity-barbers-poundshop-cheapo.H+M looks the newest and a good look. JD and Primark are Ok. Primark done a very good job with the old, and dark, and oversized Woolworths building. Something we looked at when Woolies went under. We asked who would take over such a monster? The answer was primark and poundland.BHS remains empty.With zero interest in it as it is.However, I do have theformulation of a cunning plan. And onc I've mulled it over a bit. And pitched it, i might put it to you all, for consideration.
Yeovil was the surprisingly correct response. Not a high street I would expect to be recognised. But Google did. If you right click and use the search function ....Best guess for this image: YeovilWhat will it be able to do next year? Flatten Yeovil?
> right click and use the search function ....Only in Chrome.
We're in PC World now, it seems.
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