Thursday, 28 July 2022

Three Ramsgate devices to identify, the answer to Yesterday's mystery photos and a ramble

 Ramsgate has its fair share of mechanisms, these are all inside significant Ramsgate structures, in terms of a clue, two are clock's works and one isn't.




This type of competition blogging fits much better with my life as a shop assistant where I would normally spend a fair amount of time in the vicinity of the checkout at Michaels Bookshop  here in Ramsgate. At the moment, trying to get the bookshop open for Monday it's a bit time consuming.

Next yesterday's answers

This is Margate Sands in about 1870 

This is Ramsgate Market Place, the old town hall on the right and the Red Lion to the left

This is the railway bridge in Broadstairs High Street.

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