After more than 65 years Harry's Fish Shop has closed its Mate Street doors.
But the family-run fish and chip business isn't lost forever - it has moved just two kilometres down the road.
The Haifa family, who have have been running the business in North Albury for three generations, have decided to merge with their other business Jan's Cafe on Wagga Road.
And third generation owner Sam Haifa told The Border Mail the decision was simply about "making one business the best it can be".
"Harry's has been there a long time," he said.
"We had it up for sale for a few months but there were no hits so we made the decision to close Harry's and move everything into Jan's.
"The plan is to give Jan's a bit of a facelift and really focus everything on that business.
"It was a sad day when we closed the doors for the last time a few weeks ago but that is what we had to do.
"It got too much work having two businesses so we had to commit to one and we chose Jan's.
"And we are just down the road."
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Harry's was a long-time meeting place for students from St Anne's Primary School and Xavier and James Fallon high schools which are just a few hundred metres away in North Albury.
And Mr Haifa said the schools had been "great supporters" of the business.
"Teachers used to order chips for special lunch times and lessons and come over and get them," he said.
"And the kids did love coming after school for some chips or a few potato cakes."
The Haifa family took over Jan's Cafe earlier in the year and will aim to do "major renovations" in about 12 months.
"We are looking at a full fit out, with new chairs, tables, benches, and everything else," Mr Haifa said.
"We really want to grow Jan's Cafe and focus everything into that so while it was a hard decision for our family, I think it will be a really beneficial one for our family.
"And our move has been mainly passed around by word of mouth, our customers aren't put out really at all - we are still down the road and have the same menu.
"The name Harry's is gone but our family and good food are still around for our customers."