Ross Records opened decades ago and sold vinyl, video games, consoles, DVDs and the electrical like as technology advanced over the years. It is now permanently closed.
Ross Records opened decades ago and sold vinyl, video games, consoles, DVDs and the electrical like as technology advanced over the years. It is now permanently closed.

18 lost Portsmouth shops our readers miss the most

OVER the years our high streets have transformed as the shops that make them special have chopped and changed.

Tuesday, 5th May 2020, 5:17 pm
Updated Tuesday, 5th May 2020, 5:33 pm

Some, more than others, held a special place in your hearts – so we’ve compiled a round-up of 18 of the closed Portsmouth shops you said you would love to visit one last time.

Each was recommend by readers of The News as they reminisced on Facebook. Honourable mentions – which we couldn’t find pictures for – were: Chelsea Girl, Trotters, EW Burnett & Sons, Snob, Faith, Hargreaves Sports, Frank Whitcomb's and Ravel. Which of all these do you miss the most?

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