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The Dairy & Barber AP

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 The two shops in situ on Thames Street. Windsor Castle is right opposite with part of its wall casting a foreground shadow here.

These two shops were here for 50 years from the early 1900s, including when The Queen lived in Windsor as a child. Today the Royal Farms can supply the town with many products as well as Windsor Castle.

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Hazle Ceramics
Dairy & Barber Prototype
on Windsor Thames Street
One-Off AP by Hazle & Chris McAllister
Crisp, well-defined modelling including gorgeous Flemish Bond brickwork on the right. Two unique shop windows, upper blinds and just one red barber’s pole.

 Two 1700s buildings that “fold”, with English bond brickwork left at No 20 and Flemish Bond at No 21. The only straight lines are in the replacement windows! By the time Hazle modelled this in 2002, Fudge Kitchen and Coffea were here and still are in 2018.

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 This former Royal Dairy once supplied Windsor Castle and all the other Royal homes nearby. The modern Royal Farms shop and cafe now in Windsor sells dairy products plus baked and fresh, seasonal foods for all.

 Barber by F D Bedford, 1899. Royal barbers Trumpers in London still offer wet shaving.

 Early 1900s scene with unisex hairdressing in the left building.

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