Croydon In The 2010s - Differences between Version 30 and Version 27 of Fone Town, 18-20 Station Road

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<div class="last_verified">Existence last checked in December 2019.</div>
<div class="last_verified">Existence last checked in February 2018.</div>
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@THUMB [[Amaya, 28 Station Road|]]
@THIS_THUMB [[Electronics Exchange (MOVED), 28 Station Road|]]

Mobile phone repair/accessories shop, electronics buy/sell/exchange shop, and internet cafe on Station Road near West Croydon Station. It consists of two shopfronts with no internal connection.

Accessibility: A step to get in.

According to a photo on Flickr, as of c. 1985 the right-hand side (along with neighbouring A & S Trading Agency) were occupied by a Help The Aged charity shop. According to another, by 1989 this had become the Helping Hand "charity gift shop". By May 2012 it was Fone Town, a mobile phone unlocking and accessories shop photo.

The left-hand side was previously occupied by a minicab firm called Kendall Cars photo, but some time between May and July 2016 this changed its name to Minicab.Com and moved to 13 Suffolk House, George Street. According to a photo on Flickr, Kendall Cars had been there since at least 1989.

After the departure of Kendall Cars this side remained vacant for around a year, but some time between March and July 2017 the Fone Town people took it over for use as an electronics buy/sell/exchange shop and internet cafe (which they had previously operated under the name Electronics Exchange a few doors along at number 28).

See also a photo of Fone Town in May 2012.

Existence last checked in February 2018.

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