List of Department Stores of The United Kingdom

This is a list of department stores of the United Kingdom. In the case of department store groups the location of the flagship store is given. This list does not include large specialist stores, which sometimes resemble department stores.

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List Of Department Stores Of The United Kingdom - Defunct Independent Department Stores
... These department stores were not amalgamated into any of the businesses listed above W J Aldiss (Fakenham) - Established 1892 department store closed 2008 W J Aldiss continue ... Rowntrees (Scarborough) Russell Dorrell (Worcester) - Established 1834 department store closed 2003 Russell Dorrell continue to operate a furniture store in ...

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