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Description : A view over the exit from Newcastle on Tyne, Central Station, with the largest diamond crossing in the world. There are at least ten tracks crossing each other. This photo taken fron the top of Newcastle Castle
Date : 1939 - three months before WW2 started
Size in mm :(approx) - 138 X 88
Publisher : Valentine's - famous throughout the world
Publisher's Card No. :89755 dated in Valentine's list - 1923
Used : A 1d red stamp of George VI - Cancelled NEWCASTLE ON TYNE 6 JUN 1939 addressed to Trevor Wick, Clydesdale Gardens, East Sheen, Richmond, Surrey
Condition : An excellent "Real Photograph" sepia card. A very small fold at extreme top left.

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