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The mail-order warehouse was constructed on the site of the maisonettes and the warehouse caused some concern for residents living on the terraced side of the street, although the warehouse itself didn't cause any bother it was the noise that the lorries made as they went to and fro the loading bay. One October night in 1975 three youths broke into the warehouse storeroom and spent the night sleeping on blankets, in the morning the youths fled leaving a cigarette smouldering in an armchair, an inferno filled the room, and when Edna Gee opened the door hoping to have a crafty cigarette was ingulfed in a fireball. The alarm was raised and the houses were evacuated as tanks of gas threatened to explode, the fire was dampened leaving a gutted shell of a building. Later the same year, the warehouse roared into action again as Londoner Mike Baldwin opened his second denim factory.

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