Sunday, 11 March 2018

Old pictures of Ramsgate and Margate and the Ramsgate map example

The pictures will expand if you click on them.

For the most part the whole business of what you are seeing in the old local pictures is mostly resolved with maps and as most of the dialogue about old local photos is now on the local Facebook groups That is where I reply to people.

However I don’t usually post directly to Facebook because of what it does to the pictures in terms of shrinking them and cropping the edges off them

There was some dialogue about this one from yesterday, including the question, what is the building in the distance?

So here is the appropriate bit from the 1908 map (you can buy the map from my bookshop, it is too difficult to post)

and here is the same map with an arrow pointing along the road by the pub, so it is probably the building next to The Yarrow now Thanet College 

This one, not mine, know where you are?

The map explains, although what the various social media sites do to the picture is nearly as hard to explain, so here is the link to the whole map

The map is easier for some people on paper and if you are one of them I sell it in the bookshop for a tenner or you could have a go at printing it out yourself. 

Book wise in the bookshop, we got in and put out a fair few Stephen King books among the others on Saturday, a lot of people seem to be reading him at the moment, this is the link to the pictures of the books   

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