Monday, 31 December 2018

Out with the old and in with the new here in Ramsgate a happy New Year from all of us in the bookshop here in Ramsgate

and er fireworks, but not this year, Thanet District Council don't trust Ramsgate Town Council with matches, is the word on the street. 

We used to have fireworks back in the good old days

and elephants
station to devastation


This is inside the nightclub where Wetherspoons is now
I wonder if we will see plant back on the Pleasurama site in the new year.
These are both of where Wetherspoons is now before The Royal Victoria Pavilion was built in 1903

Ramsgate floral fete 1906

And the bomb maps
note the concentration of bombs around the airfield

We have just come back from an after work walk in Ramsgate

This was the view of the beach, I can see the advantages of a florescent wosisname

Here is the link to the other pictures I took

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