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HMV Oxford street store in the sixties

Inside the Oxford Street HMV Store in the Sixties

1950s, 1960s, HMV, Popular, Vinyl • 8793 Views • 2 Comments

We’ve previously seen the outside of the HMV record store in our feature on the Streets of London 1976-1978, Now we go further back in time and visit the vinyl packed shop in the 1960′s as we go inside the record shop and check out some wonderful photos of His Master’s Voice flagship store in Oxford street,London.

Join us and take a slow scroll through this brilliant collection of black and white pictures taken inside the Oxford Street store way back in swinging sixties London. You can take a seat in the Personal Lounge Corner, browse through some vinyl in the vocal pops section or just hang out in Cosmopolitan corner.

 

Classical Records Department and Spiral Staircase at HMV London Shop

Personal Export Lounge at HMV Oxford Street London

Electrical Appliances Department at HMV London Flagship Store

HMV Record Store Oxford Street in London 1962

Television Department at the HMV Oxford Street Store in the 1960s

HMV Record Shop Oxford Street, London - Interior of store 1960s

World Music Record Department at HMV Oxford Street London

HMV Oxford Street, London- Classical vinyl department 1960s

Vocal Pops Section at HMV Oxford St London

Cosmopolitan Corner at HMV Oxford Street London

Stage and Screen Vinyl at HMV Oxford Street Shop in London

HMV Record Shop, 363 Oxford Street, London - Classical department Christmas early 1960s

HMV Store 363 Oxford Street, London - Self service browsing - late 1950s early 1960s

HMV Oxford Street, London - Ground floor Pop section mid 1960s

Gramophone Record Accessories HMV Oxford Street London

HMV Oxford Street, London - Specialist music and accesories - late 1960s

Inside The HMV Record Store in Oxford Street London

Space Age Listening Booths and The Spiral Staircase: More Pictures of  The London HMV Record Store

 

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  • http://headstarthats.co.uk Adrian

    Awesome pictures.

  • http://newmarketcareplus.co.uk Dave Smith

    What a great set of pictures…Now, where’s my time machine

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