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People examine the burnt out site of business premises on the western side of Oxford Street. The building to the right was A L Williams’ Tea Rooms and this was sold to Woolworths in 1947 and demolished to make way for a new building. The tea rooms was situated in the northern half of what is now (2001) the DEKA Building.

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Buildings destroyed by fire, Oxford St., Levin

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