Shops in The Causeway
Shops in The Causeway
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Shops in The Causeway
This view shows the shop fronts and building number 1-17 The Causeway, Teddington, which links the commercial thoroughfare of Broad Street to Park Road, the end at which this photograph was taken. The prominent stone-fronted three-storey building at the far end of The Causeway at number 1 is Barclay's Bank and is the only building in this picture surviving redevelopment. Believed to be of late nineteenth century and situated in one of the town's busiest junctions, it listed locally as a Building of Townscape Merit. It is located in the Broad Street conservation area of Richmond-upon-Thames. The row of shop buildings are also thought to be of late nineteenth century, although many of the hoardings show similar late sixties typography, including 'Pianos', 'Antiques', 'The Journey's End', and 'Second Hand Furniture', the latter two sadly showing signs of significant fire damage and boarded up. The row of shop buildings has been replaced the four-storey brick brutalist development, Causeway House. Also in view beyond the bank building behind mature trees is St Peter and St Paul's Church, designed by GE Street and completed in 1873. Like the shops, it was demolished in the late 1970s and the site redeveloped as Teddington House with a number of high street retail outlets occupying the ground floor. A modern St Peter and St Paul church building has since been built on the opposite side of Church Street. It is unusual to see no motor vehicles in The Causeway, but in the foreground there is a rubbish bin on the lamp post with a local advertisment for 'CARWAY' including 'Isis School of Motoring' and a 24-hour car hire service.
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