Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Some more old Thanet pictures, but what did people write on the back of these postcards?

 I popped into my study just now and got out my mobile phone and a pile of postcards as I thought it would interest readers to look at a few more old local pictures, a lot of these postcards haven’t been written on, but then some have.




 So with this next lot I have photographed the backs too.













As I keep saying my bookshop has been very busy recently and I just haven’t had the time to chase up local issues or write anything much, we are closed tomorrow so a bit of a break, here is the link to the books that went out on the shelves today http://michaelsbookshop.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/equal-rites-in-bookshop.html lots of local history.

3 comments:

  1. Whereabouts was the windmill in the second photo Michael?

    It doesn't look like Newington (Peter Mack's) mill or Grange Road?

    Hereson maybe?

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  2. I think I've worked it out - not Ramsgate at all but Broadstairs.

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  3. Michael I think it's Pierremont Mill, so yes Broadstairs

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