WH Smith :: Shared Description

WH Smith was founded in London in 1792 by Henry Walton Smith and his wife Anna. Their son, William Henry Smith, took over the business in 1812 and so it became WH Smith.

The store is famous for selling stationery and books.

In 2009 they had over 960 stores in the UK, on the high street, in stations and airports, and employed around 18,000 people.
by Oast House Archive
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ST1587 : WH Smith, Castle Court Shopping Centre, Caerphilly by Jaggery
SO8505 : WHSmith, 20 King Street, Stroud by Jaggery
SU0061 : W.H. Smith, Market Place by Basher Eyre
SX4874 : WH Smith, Duke St by N Chadwick
SM9515 : WH Smith and Argos in Haverfordwest by Jaggery
SO8963 : WH Smith Droitwich by Jaggery
SO5012 : Queen Elizabeth II pillarbox, Monnow Street, Monmouth by Jaggery
TG2208 : WHSmith, Gentleman's Walk by N Chadwick
SS9646 : WHSmith in Minehead by Jaggery
TQ3004 : WHSmith, Churchill Square by N Chadwick
SS9646 : WH Smith, corner off Summerland Rd & The Parade by N Chadwick
SU9949 : WH Smith in the High Street by Basher Eyre
SO5012 : Three Monnow Street businesses, Monmouth by Jaggery
TQ4721 : Sussex Stationers by N Chadwick
SY3492 : WHSmith, Lyme Regis by Jaggery
ST3188 : WH Smith, Commercial Street, Newport by Jaggery
TG1543 : WH Smith, Sheringham by N Chadwick
ST1587 : Tailor Made Travel shop in Castle Court Shopping Centre, Caerphilly by Jaggery
TQ2975 : WHSmith, Clapham High St by N Chadwick
SX9472 : WHSmith (former Royal Library) by N Chadwick
TQ5846 : WHSmith by N Chadwick
TQ5846 : WH Smith, High St by N Chadwick
TQ5846 : WH Smith, High St by N Chadwick
SU1869 : WHSmith, High Street, Marlborough by Jaggery
ST3088 : WH Smith on Newport Railway Station by Jaggery

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Created: Sun, 13 Dec 2009, Updated: Sun, 13 Dec 2009

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