The tall chimney in the photo was Toby Stotes bakery oven. My grandmother regarded his as 'proper' bread. Next to the bakery was a farrier or blacksmiths yard. I remember during the war that landing craft were assembled on the quayside - a spectacle which was a magnet for 8-year old boys. We passed this way every Sunday making our way from the Sunday School in Rumbridge Street to Eling Church.