Corridor is on Map 2d. Corridor is not shown on the map. Corridor is a covered pedestrian street running between High Street and Union Street.
The City Engineer has listed each of the 21 premises separately, but the 1940 street directory shows that some businesses used more than one building for their shop front. I have reflected the business layout in the table below. Like the City Engineer, I have ignored the fact that some buildings had multiple occupancy; for instance there was a jewellers using the upper floor of one of the Rayner shops, and a photographer's studio above Hatt's. It could explain why these addresses are listed as Business Premises rather than shops though.
|Number||Name||Type||Damage Level||Surveyor's Comments|
|1||Business Premises||Broken Windows|
|2||Business Premises||Broken Windows|
|3||Business Premises||Broken Windows|
|4||Business Premises||Broken Windows|
|5-7||William Rayner: Ladies Outfitter||Business Premises||No. 5: Broken Windows
Nos. 6-7 Minor general damage
|8-10||Hatt & Co: Hairdressers & Perfumers||Business Premises||Minor general damage|
|11||Business Premises||Minor general damage|
|12-13||Fosters Ltd: Hosiery||Business Premises||Minor general damage|
|14-16||William Rayner: Furriers||Business Premises||Minor general damage|
|17||Business Premises||Minor general damage|
|18||Business Premises||Minor general damage|
|19-20||William Rayner: Ladies Outfitter||Business Premises||Minor general damage|
|20||Business Premises||Minor general damage|
|21||Business Premises||Minor general damage|
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