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Johnson's Shoe Shop & The Flower Stop

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Johnson's shoe shop & The Flower Stop fully renovated under THI.


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Ah, good old pre-1960's green paint (paynt ;) ), none of your titanium dioxide muck! Though pity about the sash windows! :D

What is a pity about them? They have been fully restored too.

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