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Filename: jlp01_10_10768.jpg

Size: 6689 x 5253 (7.5MB)

Date: 16th March 2022

Source: Historic England

Credit: © Historic England Archive. Joh

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Source: Historic England Archive

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QUEENSGATE CENTRE, CITY OF PETERBOROUGH. An interior view of British Home Stores within Queensgate Shopping Centre, showing clothing displayed on mannequins.
The contract for the Queensgate Centre, located in the heart of Peterborough, was awarded to Laing in 1975. Various planning enquiries and design changes delayed the start of the work however the inauguration ceremony finally took place in April 1978. The multi-level shopping centre was designed with a large car park and a new bus station, and many well-known retailers such as John Lewis, British Home Stores and Littlewoods were to occupy the larger stores. The complex was opened to the public on 9th March 1982

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Media ID 24561495

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1980s Department Store Fashion Interior Retail Shoppers Shopping Centre Trade And Commerce


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This print captures the interior of British Home Stores within Queensgate Shopping Centre, located in the bustling city of Peterborough. The image showcases a display of fashionable clothing adorning mannequins, offering a glimpse into the vibrant world of 1980s retail. The development of Queensgate Centre was awarded to Laing in 1975, but faced numerous planning enquiries and design changes before construction finally commenced in April 1978. This multi-level shopping complex was thoughtfully designed with ample parking space and a modern bus station. It quickly became home to renowned retailers such as John Lewis, British Home Stores, and Littlewoods. On March 9th, 1982, this impressive shopping haven opened its doors to eager shoppers seeking the latest trends and stylish finds. With its diverse range of stores and inviting atmosphere, Queensgate Centre swiftly established itself as a hub for trade and commerce in Peterborough. In this particular snapshot from Historic England Archive's collection, we are transported back to an era where fashion reigned supreme. The meticulously arranged mannequins proudly showcase garments that were undoubtedly on every shopper's wish list during that time. This print not only offers us a glimpse into the past but also serves as a reminder of how department stores like British Home Stores played an integral role in shaping our fashion choices throughout history.

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