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Samuel Fittall's house and shop.
Samuel Fittall's house and shop, corner Queen Street and Salisbury Road, c. early 1900s. Samuel Fittall and his family lived in this two storied house and shop on the northern
The Star and Garter Hotel, Queen Street, Richmond.
The Star and Garter Hotel, Richmond.  Exact date unknown. The sign on the top right of the building has the name Star & Garter, with the name Schroder above it. 
231 Queen Street, Richmond (1980s.
This building was once Warring's Garage. Signage on the right side top floor of the building says Carter, Haines Barristers & Solicitors.  The right side bottom floor signs say Alan Drummond Real Estate
Queen Street Shops, Richmond.
265 Queen Street, Richmond.  From about 1936 to 1948 the two storey brick building was Marshall's Bakery and Tea Rooms.Photo was taken from about 280 Queen Street, looking towards Lower Queen
294 Queen Street, Richmond.
Formerly The Arthur Wakefield, Appelmans Restaurant, now Three Rooms Restaurant.  This building was once the home of the Schwass family. This photo was taken in the 1980s as part of