Friday, 9 August 2019

Mostly Ramsgate and Margate

The London Boat at Ramsgate, before 1938/9 when the cafe was built on the end of the east pier.
Bit of a spot the difference with tonight's progress on one of my watercolours from the Royal Victoria Pavilion aka Wetherspoons this evening.

A few photos of this evening including some of the major incident focused on Ramsgate Lifeboat Station

link to photos

work today a fairly quiet day in the bookshop, we managed to get a reasonable amount of books out

Link to photos of the books 

and managed to do some more work improving my workstation in the shop, this needed to be modified so that I can get some more local history books published.

This is outside the Deal Cutter in King St Ramsgate I would guess 1930s

HMS Harrier entering Ramsgate Harbour

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