Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Some Ramsgate and Margate historic photos with a nautical theme, observations walking from bookshop to Pav

The council, presumably KCC have been engaging in expensive improvements here in King Street in Ramsgate. Arrows pointing up, these useful or even essential one way street signs in the pedestrianised part of the town centre the red arrows pointing not up are for clarification and are not part of the existing albeit surrealist arrow situation here/there.

The new sign is the one on the left ant the existing the one on the right. 

Do accountants go bust?

Either they are all beavering away at their books behind the graffitied windows, or the have gone bust, perhaps replaced by software. 

Painting at the Pav wise things are going fairly slowly

Tall ship in Ramsgate harbour 

Link to today's photos of Ramsgate

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