The counter revolution: How the face of our traditional stores has changed

Last updated at 09:36 14 June 2007


It was an old-fashioned chemist's shop that first

caught the attention of photographer John Londei

- and led to an enduring fascination with our nation's traditional, family-run shops.

Over 15 years, he recaptured those stores as they gave way to the march of the identikit high street. This is his tribute to an era that has all but vanished

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