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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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Acme four pan 'wonder' rangeA modern shop front, Kings Cross, circa 1930's1930's prep roomLeaded, stained glass designs
Acme four pan 'wonder' rangeA modern shop front, Kings Cross, circa 1930's1930's prep roomLeaded, stained glass designs
Preston Rose Taylor and her daughter Edna (L to R) with their horse drawn fish and chip van, operated in the Wisbech area of Cambridgeshire, 1930 A modern shop front, Southampton, circa 1930'sThe 'Chiprite' electric chipping machine
Preston Rose Taylor and her daughter Edna (L to R) with their horse drawn fish and chip van, operated in the Wisbech area of Cambridgeshire, 1930 A modern shop front, Southampton, circa 1930'sThe 'Chiprite' electric chipping machine
Sieving the oilA neat layout, Kings Cross, circa 1930'sPreston Preston
Sieving the oilA neat layout, Kings Cross, circa 1930'sPreston Preston
The 'Rapid Potato Peeling' machineA blueprint for a 1930's gas powered frying rangeReplenishing the frying mediumA mobile fish and chip range, circa early 20th century
The 'Rapid Potato Peeling' machineA blueprint for a 1930's gas powered frying rangeReplenishing the frying mediumA mobile fish and chip range, circa early 20th century
Onboard the trawlerA selection of leaded, stain glass designs'A successful trawl'Aberdeen fish market, circa 1930's
Onboard the trawlerA selection of leaded, stain glass designs'A successful trawl'Aberdeen fish market, circa 1930's
An original Drywite bottleBritish Trawlers Federation promotional poster, circa 1930'sEarly Hobart potato peelerEarly Preston
An original Drywite bottleBritish Trawlers Federation promotional poster, circa 1930'sEarly Hobart potato peelerEarly Preston