WHICH shop from the past do you miss the most in Bradford?

With just two weeks until the big day, the district’s stores will be busy this weekend as people do their Christmas shopping.

Bradford once boasted some of the country's top department stores. Busby's (later Debenhams), Brown, Muff (later Rackhams), Lingards and Sunwin House.

Brown Muff and Company opened in Market Street as a department store in 1871 and closed in 1977 after more than 100 years of trading.

The shop re-opened as Rackhams in 1978, then closed in 1995.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

It might have only closed in May this year, but maybe you’re already missing Debenhams, which had a store at The Broadway.

Maybe you were a fan of Woolworths.

The chain which seemed to sell everything, but everyone loved the Pick ‘n’ Mix, shut its doors for the final time in January 2009 including branches in Bradford, Shipley and Ilkley.

Maybe people are recalling sifting through the Woolies Christmas catalogue at this time of year.

Let us know the shops of the past in Bradford you miss the most and why in the comments section below.