Tuesday, 20 January 2009

Old Pictures of Pegwell Ramsgate

A few old pictures of Pegwell today they from the 1920s after the Conyngham Café was demolished according to Adventures in Shrimpville, at that time the ground was being used as a bowling green and I believe those must be bowls that you can see in the second picture from the bottom.

3 comments:

  1. I have this fascinating book (about a fascinating place), & I highly recommended it!

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  2. Peter, Mark, thanks for those kind words, I now publish three of Martin’s titles all of which have been very well received, I will pass your comments on to him.

    Adventures in Shrimpville was originally published by Martin my reprint is a much expanded edition with many more pictures.

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