How the shops have changed with time - continued
- Gibson grocer - Trevor Woodburn - Glens - Oxfam
- Clark & Gibson cycles radios batteries fireworks - Jim Fuller electrician and electrical goods
- Margaret Fuller Below Stairs kitchen shop.
- Peggy Christopherson wools and children's wear - Jim Fuller electrical shop, radios, television etc.
- Stables shoe shop - "Chummy" Stephenson Drug Store - Edmondson grocer - Lucy's grocer
- Jim Fuller, Television etc - National Trust - Lucy's restaurant.
- Elizabeth's Pantry cooked meats pies etc (Mrs Asplin part of the butchers') - Picture Gallery
- Mr and Mrs Frost chip shop - Stotts - Johnny Morris - Pam antiques - Barbara Blackwell curtains and alterations - Fellinis
- Wilsons sweets tobacco and papers - Bartons - since then various owners but always the same merchandise
- Bell's ironmongers - Howards - Jock Robson - now guest house
- Herald shop Mr Varty papers etc Tash Barton papers and sweet shop - Mrs Cole - Stobbarts - The Filling Station papers, sandwiches
- Mammy Dugdales sweets and tobacco (famous for home made "Clagum") - Teresa Bunting antiques - now house
- Hesmonghalgh coal merchant - Maud Lupton antiques and curios