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Leamington A&P – Early 1970’s

Today’s photo comes from Shane, who sent us his Walker Power Building concepts a few weeks ago.

This photo was taken by his grandmother and it shows the A & P that was located at Talbot road and Queens avenue. The building is long gone and a modern RBC stands in its place.

Thanks to Shane for sharing this picture with us. We don’t visit the county all that often. If you’ve got anything to share like this old photo, sent me a message, I’d love to feature it.

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