REFERENCE No:512
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Location - CLIFTONVILLE - Kent - The PROMENADE, and dozens of BATHING MACHINES
Date - Before AUGUST 1905
Size in mm (approx) - 138 X 88
Publisher - The NATIONAL SERIES - Printed in Britain
Publisher's Card No.
Uu-used: ½d green stamp of Edw VII cancelled MARGATE AU 8 05 - addressed to Midgley, Spruler Road, Brockley, S.E.
Condition - Corners showing signs of wear
Further Information - Very animated scene with maybe in excess of 50 bathing machines most of which are joined together so as to enable the punters to walk along the cat-walk from one to another. Just visible on the sea-ward side of the nearest one, are the steps going down into the sea. Quite a spectator sport with lots of people watching from the prom, and more watching from the cliff top.

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