With that in mind I decided to photograph each premises from one end to the other, archive the images and then re-investigate how things have changed in a few more years time.
I realise that a procession of shops, pubs etc might not appeal to everyone but I'm confident that there will be someone in the North West who will appreciate them. After this I hope to avoid this type of subject for a while.
|One of the longer established businesses along the High Street.|
|A modern refurbishment to this solicitors premise.|
|"Bootlegger", the first of many night clubs.|
|Probably the oldest established business on the High Street.|
|Where there are lots of night clubs you will always find a taxi firm.|
|The first of many food takeaway shops.|
|Another nightclub, closed during the day of course, until the "moles" come out of their holes!|
|More food choices.|
|This business is more of a wine bar and opens for the usual pub hours.|
|Not sure about this place, probably "between uses"!|
|A traditional pub, for years it was just known as "The Victoria" but has more recently|
been taken over by the O'Neills Chain.
|This one had me thinking, it wasn't until I saw the image on my PC that I realised it is selling|
the new "electronic cigarettes"! Strange!!
|Not sure if this is open or just recently broken into! It's a bike shop.|
|Another sign of the times, these are popping up all round Cleethorpes.|
|Another sign of the times, there's always someone looking to make a bob or two.|
Part 2 will follow soon.