Tuesday 28 November 2017

Some old pictures of Ramsgate and Margate and some thoughts on reading fiction books.

 Click on to expand this group of four pictures is in Ramsgate’s Westcliff Hall area, the first one being inside what later became Ramsgate Motor Museum. A long time ago I went to the motor museum took some photos and wrote website for them, it’s fairly primitive as websites go, but you can have a look inside here is the link http://www.thanetonline.com/RamsgateMotorMuseum

 Next this group of old Margate photos, this dates from when the shoreline was in the middle of where the shops in the High Street were built
 Cobb's Brewery in the middle of this one

Another view of the middle of. What? The Sands Hotel

onto the fiction. Probably less? Strange.

Well first using we in the super shop assistant state. We have updated the pictures of the fiction books on the shelves in the bookshop, if you click on this link you can browse it in nearly real time

So what are you reading? With me it's 1Q84

Are you reading it on paper? or a kindle pdf wosisname? or did you just watch the film. All very different experiences,

the books that went out in the bookshop today please note that I am doing my best with the fairies and have kept the price to 99p

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