27th May 1959 On the left edge of this view is number 2a Sutherland Street, a private residence with number 2 next door. This is S.H. Thornton's newagents and tobacconists. The window is filled with cigarette and tobacco advertisements. While five newspaper billboards lean against the window. Moving right, a lady with a pushchair looks into the window of Mitchell's tripe dressers at number 132a Wellington Road. Alan Sykes High Class Meat Purveyors follow at number 132, then the entrance to Copley Street. On the right is a large building which had been the office for Main Line Football Pools is at the time of this view was the Main Line Social Club. Between the top two windows is a panel which reads 'Railway House'. The railway line was to the south of these properties.