REFERENCE No:381
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Location - SOUTHAMPTON, High Street - Hampshire
Date - c.1904
Size in mm (approx) - 139 x 89
Publisher - F.G.O. Stuart. One of the most sort after publishers of Postcards due to the quality of his work
Publisher's Card No. - 1857
Uu-used:
Condition - a good looking clean card with good detail. Corners and edges are worn
Further Information - A busy street scene with the No.10 tram seeming to be in trouble. There is a line from the back up to the power boom, and what could be an insulator from the front to the power pylon. The man with the cart (on the right) is collecting horse muck. The Dolphin Hotel (35-36 High Street) is still theretoday, and the two lamp-posts in front of the hotel are also still there and are now classified as Grade II listed buildings. The building at the right edge is No.38, and the tall building between No.38 and the hotel is a bank - as yet un-identified.

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