Rosamund Street is the road which crosses the western end Coronation Street on which the Rovers Return Inn is located. It begins at a T-junction with Victoria Street and continues northwards. There are many businesses and retail units along Rosamund Street, which in the past could have been classed as Weatherfield's town centre although its proximity to central Manchester makes the street more of a district centre than town centre, that really being focussed on the main shopping precinct. From Victoria Street, Rosamund Street passes Coronation Street to the east, then Mawdsley Street and continues under the railway bridge. It has been the home to many businesses including Gamma Garments, the original Kabin (formerly Biddulphs, Korner Kabin), Jim's Cafe (formerly Dawson's Cafe) and Sunliners Travel Agency. Currently at the southernmost end of Rosamund Street towards the junctions of Coronation and Victoria Street are Barlow's Bookies, the Rosamund Street Medical Centre (formerly the Graffiti Club), and Doner Kebab (formerly Wong's Chippy and Jackson's Chippy). Rosie Webster was born in a taxi on Rosamund Street on 24th December 1990. There is also a public house on Rosamund Street called The Hanbury.