With Jessops in turmoil, we ask: Which shops do you miss most?
Camera chain Jessops's fall into administration this week could result in another old Leicester name disappearing from the city centre.
If that happened, Jessops would follow other popular names which have vanished from the high street, such as Habitat, Cecil Jacobs and Woolworths.
Yesterday, we asked shoppers in Leicester which stores they missed the most.
Those named included Lewis's department store, which used to stand in Humberstone Gate.
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Jessops was founded in Leicester in 1935. The chain, which has its head offices in Braunstone Frith, Leicester, had previously suffered from debt problems and was rescued after a deal with HSBC in 2009.
Administrators said on Wednesday that some of Jessops' 192 stores would almost certainly close.
Jessops' problems follows the closure six months ago of fellow Leicester photography chain Cecil Jacobs, after 73 years in business.