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Cromarty from South Soutar - 1930s
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Cromarty from South Soutar - 1930s

Postcard sent from 23 Bank St in 1938. Click the Zoomify button to view it in close up, and the Large Version button to see the back of the postcard.

Sent on 20th July, 1938, it says:

"Hope all goes well with you! Perhaps I shall hear today. We had much rain yesterday but got a walk in the morning. Some days we have sat by the shore & can always see those fine hills in the distance. It is light all nigh. Love from us both, from Ethel."

and was sent to Miss Timewell, 110 Brondesbury Villas, London NW6.
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Picture added on 22 February 2011 at 10:36
Comments:
My grandparents bought 23 Bank St in the late 1960s. It was on the corner of Bank St and Barclay St, but unfortunately burnt down around 1978. We don't have a photo of it on this site so far - most of my grandparents' photos went with it.
Added by Garve Scott-Lodge on 22 February 2011
I'd be very surprised if this postcard was from 1938, this is WW1 scene or even earlier. These are pre-dreadnought Battle ships.
Added by Calum Davidson on 12 March 2011
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