Granby Street, which after 1900 emerged as the city's principal retail corridor, leads northward from Main Street. During part of the 1970s and 1980s the street was closed to traffic and converted into a pedestrian mall; only forlorn vestiges of the pavement and street furniture now remain from that era.
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