Postcards from London (and other places)

While these postcards have little to do with Cemeteries or the people buried in them its losely connected  because those of us interested in genealogy like to know where our family lived, went on holiday, what they may have aspired to, the streets that they may have walked and the fashions of the time.

So I hope that these old postcards, taken from my personal collection, may be of interest to others.

Postcards from around 1900:

  1. Abbotsbury & Abbotsbury West St
  2. Ashford Cattle Market
  3. Bristol & Bristol Bridge
  4. London: Cheapside, Holborn Viaduct, Hyde Park Corner, Law Courts, London Bridge, Customs House, Ludgate Circus, Mancion House, Picadilly, The Strand, Waterloo Place, Pall Mall
  5. Cranbrook, Kent
  6. Isle of Man, Douglas
  7. Dover
  8. Edinburgh
  9. Fleet – Minley Road
  10. Harwich
  11. New Barnet Girls school
  12. Hastings
  13. Hawkshead Institute
  14. Salisbury
  15. Portrush
  16. Longmoor Camp
  17. Margate
  18. Norton Bavant House
  19. Plymouth Hoe
  20. Roundway House
  21. Albury Heath – Warren Gate

3 comments for “Postcards from London (and other places)

  1. Ann MAcey
    February 5, 2010 at 11:17 am

    Would it be possible to have a copy of the picture of Pall Mall? I ask because My 3xgreat grandfather attended a saleroom on Pall Mall and I have never seen a picture of it.

    I understand if it isn’t possible

  2. CemeteryScribes
    February 5, 2010 at 10:21 pm

    Sure, I’ll contact you direct.,

  3. Don
    March 7, 2010 at 7:46 pm

    Perfect. deserves an award.

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