) I must've been along that road loads of times in the early 60s but I can't remember it at all now.
But they could order me a replace set of 2 at a cost of £10.00 !!!
I think the words "p155" off may have uttered from my mouth as I left the shop ! Raises more questions, on the map what is the wording on the corner part of the coop (I worked there as electriciam 60/70s) Is that a bartons bus, what is the motor bus entering chapel bar? Can remember all the buildings recently displayed, also when "Chapel Bar Garage" was demolished I was amazed at the depth of what was excavated, not sure if underground parking or baements from when garage built or whether they had to dig to below some caves level?
On the map can be seen the Coop Garage/Car dealership, What was it called, I am sure it had a name other than Coop? memories fade with time but still impressed by that depth, deeper than victoria station "hole" As I remember it SO4 was in that little parade of shops just down from Clement's Pianos until the early 1970s.
Passing it on the 43 trolly bus mid 60's, I remember there being a person on a big steam press in the windows.
Cliffs Picture shows that The depot was not that of Skills but Bartons Coaches.