Take a look at some more shops from Dorset's past.
These were the days when a shopping trip would involve visiting many different shops and a time when customer service was second to none.
Among them are some types of shops that would never exist in this day and age - like a saddler and tobacconist!
And who knew there used to be a station cycle shop at Victoria Square on Portland?
You might also enjoy seeing a Christmas display at Tilley's in Dorchester and a group photo of staff from Dorchester Woolworths pictured in the 1960s.
Scroll down to see today's shops from the past - do you remember any of them?
Hodders butchers, High East Street Dorchester - Bridge flower shop to the left
High Street, East Charmouth
Judge Jeffrey’s lodgings Dorchester 1905, then a clothing and outfitting store
M.L. Travers Boot and Shoe Warehouse, West Street, Bridport, 1957
Parsons, Cornhill, Dorchester, 1930s
Staff at Woolworths, Dorchester pictured in the 1960s
Station cycle shop, Victoria Square, Portland, turn of the 20th century
T. Pouncy’s saddler and tobacconist Cornhill, Dorchester, 1920s
Tilley’s motor showroom South Street Dorchester decked out for Christmas in the 1930s
Joseph Rose & Son, Wareham
West Street, Wareham