Friday, 13 April 2018

Old Thanet photos and some taken just now + a Margate Lego clue

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 Margate High Street in the early 1900s I think
 A ripping time around Holy Trinity in Margate in 1914
 Wetherspoons, Royal Victoria Pavilion Ramsgate this evening must have been nearly full so I guess around a thousand people in there
 as always the food was good and arrived quickly
 Here is the Margate town Lego clue
 fish spawning in the harbour, close-up below

 not really quite bright enough for telephotography from the Pav balcony

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