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Fish and Chips Photo Archive

A wonderful collection of fish and chip related images from old shops and restaurants, signage, fish friers and those folk who started the whole tradition off!
 
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A plaque gifted by the NFFF to Malin's in 1968, honouring 100 years of fryingMalin's  - 'The Worlds Oldest Fish and Chip Business', 1972Blue Plaque commemorating J Lees in OldhamTypical 'fried fish saloon', circa 1920's
A plaque gifted by the NFFF to Malin's in 1968, honouring 100 years of fryingMalin's - 'The Worlds Oldest Fish and Chip Business', 1972Blue Plaque commemorating J Lees in OldhamTypical 'fried fish saloon', circa 1920's
Commemorating Malin's for 100 years of fish and chips, 1968V A Whitley's original premises in Blackley, Manchester, 1949Early fried fish promotional poster, produced by the British Trawlers FederationHull fish docks 1930's, fish ready for sale
Commemorating Malin's for 100 years of fish and chips, 1968V A Whitley's original premises in Blackley, Manchester, 1949Early fried fish promotional poster, produced by the British Trawlers FederationHull fish docks 1930's, fish ready for sale
Procter's 'Pennine' rangeFrying flat fishEarly Acme trade show standDavy 'Economite' range, circa 1930's
Procter's 'Pennine' rangeFrying flat fishEarly Acme trade show standDavy 'Economite' range, circa 1930's
Aberdeen fish market, 1930's A modern frying establishment, Aldershot, circa 1930'sA Frank Ford 'Amethyst' frying rangeEarly chip shop advertising, 'Carton service'
Aberdeen fish market, 1930's A modern frying establishment, Aldershot, circa 1930'sA Frank Ford 'Amethyst' frying rangeEarly chip shop advertising, 'Carton service'
More Preston 'Pulling in the trawl'Shop window advertising new potatoesLeaded, stained glass door design, popular in chip shops of the early 20th century
More Preston 'Pulling in the trawl'Shop window advertising new potatoesLeaded, stained glass door design, popular in chip shops of the early 20th century
Early Preston Early Frank Ford trade show standDavy Machine Co, coal fired range circa 1930's'Battering fish portions'
Early Preston Early Frank Ford trade show standDavy Machine Co, coal fired range circa 1930's'Battering fish portions'