Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Another four old coloured postcards of Ramsgate

 This one before the red brick arches were built behind the harbour in the late 1890s or is it the angle?

and this one after as you can see the arches

 With the next one posted in 1905 the writing starts on the back here and continues onto the front, but as you see it isn’t easy to decipher.

If you fancy a bit of a challenge do feel free to put what you think is says or even whet you think the message is about in the comments.   

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Not much work in the bookshop today but here it is  

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