Tombling's General Dealer shop was run by Joseph and Lily (Livinia) Tombling, from 1923 to 1954.
Lily (Livinia) Tombling stands in the doorway of the General Dealer's shop she ran with her husband Joseph from 1923 to 1954 in Burbank Street. Lily was renowned for baking pies. The windows of their shop were blown out by a bomb blast during WWII.
The shop is now a take away, and the left side of the shop is now at the end of a long terrace stretching up to Clark Street. To the right of the shop,a house has possibly been built since this image was taken.More detail »