Long before the days of chip and pin, online ordering and next day delivery, shopping meant grabbing your bags and heading to your local high street.
Before the days of the supermarket giants, shoppers visited butchers, grocers, bakers and other specialist stores to do their weekly shop.
These fascinating Kirklees Council archive pictures show what retail therapy looked like more than a century ago, long before the Kingsgate Centre and retail parks.
Take a look and see if you can spot the locations near you — and tell us what stands there now!
Perhaps you've got your own retro retail snaps to share — email SamanthaRobinson@trinitymirror.com with as much detail as you can.
Many of these pictures are available to buy from the Kirklees Image Archive - for information on the collection and how to purchase images follow this link
For more nostalgia, check out our galleries of Huddersfield markets from years gone by and memories of markets in markets in Dewsbury, Batley, Birstall and Heckmondwike . Plus take a look at 44 amazing archive pictures of Kirklees parks.
Grab some popcorn and check out Huddersfield and Dewsbury's century-old cinemas and theatres .
Or raise a glass to Huddersfield's pub history with our gallery of drinking holes .