Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Old pictures of Ramsgate, Margate Weastgate, Birchington, Broadstairs from 1903

 Some of these pictures will probably expand fairly well when you click on them I think perhaps some won't

 I am certain of the date to withing a couple of years and would say that if you don't know the place then you probably don't need to. However feel free to guess away at the unlabelled and if you get desperate I do actually know the where as well as the when.

 This one is labelled near the top

Just thought to add a couple of photos of the pavilion exactly a year ago

1 comment:

  1. thank you so much for posting these,photos all new to me


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