- The Royal Arcade was built in 1901, the year Queen Victoria died and Edward VII came to the throne
- Gott and Butterfield ironmongers moved in, and it was popularly known as Butterfield's arcade
- The shop, once described as an Aladdin's cave selling household goods, bicycles and camping equipment, closed in 1983
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