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WH Smith

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

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

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SZ9399 : WH Smith in London Road by Basher Eyre
SO5140 : WHSmith in Hereford by Jaggery
ST1600 : WHSmith and Post Office, Honiton by Jaggery
ST5393 : WH Smith Chepstow by Jaggery
ST2995 : Red barriers across an entrance to WH Smith, Cwmbran by Jaggery
SU8486 : WHSmith by N Chadwick
SO1091 : Old-style WH Smith in High Street, Newtown by Jaggery
SU8486 : WHSmith by N Chadwick
TQ1402 : WH Smith in South Street by Basher Eyre
SO0428 : W H Smith, Brecon by Jaggery
TQ5846 : WHSmith by N Chadwick
TQ5846 : WH Smith, High St by N Chadwick
TQ4721 : WH Smith by N Chadwick
SY6990 : W.H. Smith, South Street by Basher Eyre
TG2208 : WHSmith, Norwich by N Chadwick
SM9515 : WH Smith, Riverside Quay, Haverfordwest by Jaggery
SU6809 : WH Smith in Waterlooville Shopping Precinct by Basher Eyre
TQ5839 : WH Smith by N Chadwick
TQ5839 : WH Smith, Grosvenor Rd by N Chadwick
TG1543 : W.H.Smith, Church Street Sheringham by Basher Eyre
SO5924 : WHSmith, Ross-on-Wye by Jaggery
TL4363 : Histon Post Office by N Chadwick
SU8604 : WH Smith in North Street by Basher Eyre
SU5706 : WH Smith in West Street by Basher Eyre
NY2623 : WH Smith, Station Street by Basher Eyre

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