Penarth Dock, South Wales - 150 years - the heritage and legacy  
Penarth Dock, South Wales - the heritage & legacy . . .

Volume Eight - Pre-Victorian to the present day - more aspects - George Wehrley - Photographer . . .

Windsor Road, Penarth.

'New Premises Opened - Wehrley & Co.' : 'Temporary Premises during Alterations'.
'New Premises Opened - Wehrley & Co.' : 'Temporary Premises during Alterations'.

◊ Windsor Road, Penarth -  Windsor Road devoid of traffic with pedestrians and shoppers visible on the pavements and evidence that Carl Wehrley is very much back in business! . A street scene from c.1905. At the shop at No. 8, Windsor Road, the gentleman with the bowler hat is window shopping. The signs on the window proclaim : 'New Premises Opened - Wehrley & Co.' : 'Temporary Premises during Alterations'. Mr. Carl Wehrley, proprietor, clockmaker and jeweller, like a Phoenix, is trading again!

The digital record from the archive of the National Library of Wales the work of Martin J. Ridley, photographer during the years 1900 to 1910. The archive record is a black and white, glass dry-plate negative. [Preferred citation : Ridley 2214] [439] [20190307]

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