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Monday, 15 June 2009

Mossley on Monday: Mossley Co-op



Today's photo shows the Co-op supermarket at the junction of Arundel Street and Waterton Lane in Top Mossley.

This was built on the site of the very first Co-operative Society shop in Tameside, opened in 1856, only 12 years after the Co-operative movement began in Rochdale.

The present supermarket building was opened in 2002 after an earlier supermarket, built in the 1990s(?) was destroyed by a fire that was thought to have started in a photo booth.

Even this photograph, taken a couple of months ago, is now a part of history, as the Co-op has now re-branded itself and all the pale blue is now replaced by pale green as part of the new image for Co-op food stores.

See Google Aerial View of this location.
See LiveSearch Birds Eye View of this location.

1 comment:

  1. not that long back i lived at the house next to the chippy on this picture, arundel hotel used to be a chemist i believe. would love to see some old pics if anyone knows where there are any. the image archive hasnt any of the hotel and only one of the co-op.

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