We are taking a look back at what was once a hive of activity for shoppers, to see how much it has changed since the sixties, seventies and eighties.
Have a look through this gallery and see if you can spot your favourite shop from years gone by, and how the street has changed.
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Do you remember it looking like this?
6. Outram Street Methodist Church
Do you remember the Church?
It was converted into retail premises in the seventies.
Edwin Hutchinson bought this plot of land in 1912 and built a shop which opened in 1913
He sold bicycles but, due to the First World War, he could no longer obtain them and demand stopped.
He then turned to selling furniture which is still continued to this day.
Does Outram Street look familiar to you like this?