“a board sign which announced in fading paint but one word: STORE. Just in case the traveler might be in some doubt.”
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Harrods, in the bustling heart of London, is in a good location for a shop. So is the Macy’s in Herald Square, which boasts of serving 350,000 New Yorkers every day at Christmas time. Whereas down at the Mulka Store, in the furthermost reaches of South Australia, George and Mabel Aiston used to think themselves lucky if they pulled in a customer a week.The Loneliest Shop In The World
George Aiston died at 64, in 1943. The Birdsville Track is also home to the Great Australian Outback Cattle Drive.
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