Tony Ham… Before my day, it was up Queen’s Road when I went there, didn’t it move further up the road at one point?
Alan Esdaile… 187 Queens Road, then moved to 190 Queens Road. Looking at this photo I think theirs an album in the window you like, The Stranglers?
Tony Ham… Black and White, definitely 1978, then.
Jim Breeds… Brilliant Photo Alan Love the badges in the window 🙂
Leigh Wieland-Boys… Whilst going for a stroll on the pier one Easter Steve Demetri (my then boyfriend) bought me a Yes album from you, it’s still got the price sticker on it (seem to recall it was £1.25) – happy days
Alan Esdaile… Also see a Sad Cafe Misplaced Ideals LP, Kris Kristofferson and Elton John covers.
Julie Findlay-Jones… I loved working there, Alan was such a grear boss.
Andy Qunta… Excellent! Great to see this photo! Good times!
Paul Marshall… Oh my. That was my first ever job working with Alan, making badges by the zillion and discovering toons.
Jim Breeds… Have you thought to give a copy of this photo to the pier didital memories archive Alan?
Alan Esdaile… I’m pretty sure they had this Jim but didn’t use it.