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Photographic studio Alum Rock Road

LyninUK

New Member
Hi, Does anyone recall the photographic studios which was on the Alum Rock Road, opposite the Brookhill Public House? I remember my mother taking my daughter there for some pictures around 1973 and am desperate to get hold of negatives. Problem being I cannot find who took the photos. I know it was a woman photographer. Can anyone help with the name of the photographer or the Studio?
 

postie

The buck stops here
Staff member
the only one I can see is Morris studios at 491 alum rock road, good luck with your search...
 

LyninUK

New Member
That sounds familiar. Thank you so much. My mother had a lovely photo of my daughter which ‘went missing’ some time ago. Mother suffered with Alzheimer’s for many years prior to her death and I am now trying to find the photo. Morris studios sounds like a good start.
 

Denise Woods

New Member
It was definitely Morris Studio’s run by a Howard Morris as my father had the television shops next door in the 50’s and 60’s. The shops were called Stan Woods and for a time Channel 8 referring to the commercial television station.
 

mw0njm.

Brummie Dude
It was definitely Morris Studio’s run by a Howard Morris as my father had the television shops next door in the 50’s and 60’s. The shops were called Stan Woods and for a time Channel 8 referring to the commercial television station.
it was morris's photo studio, later run by the son.trever he lived in bromforld lane.and moved to aberystwith. he was a friend of mine.. is dad took our family photo 66 yrs ago.
 

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