Thursday, 2 March 2017

Few more pictures of Ramsgate, some easier to identify than others

My day off today, well my bookshop in Ramsgate was closed and I spent most of the day in Deal buying books.

With yesterday’s pictures it was the clock that got most people, this link should help anyone still confused  if you are wondering about the beretta, well the clock is difficult to access and having spied a likely door on an open day a rabbi kept watch while a priest and I shinned up the ladder and took the photos.

The bar at The Royal Victoria Pavilion in 1903 got a few other people

I should point out there that the comment relating to identifying the pictures went on, on various local Facebook groups.

Anyway here are today’s pictures if anyone fancies a go at identifying the more difficult ones. 

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