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Sutton Bridge Riverside and Wharfage

A lovely couple of photographs submitted by Tim Bristow. The first picture was franked as 27th August 1913. It seems that it was printed by “J Crosland and Son, Post Office, Sutton Bridge”. Below that line is “V&S Ltd.” At the front lower rhs corner “53218.J.V.” can be see. John Valentine were prolific postcard producers. The picture is of a steam powered paddle tug…….very useful in the Nene on a windy day!

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The second picture is pre WW1 and clearly after the year in which the address and the message could be on the same side of the card. From “History of the postcard” on Google that year was 1902. The picture shows a square rigged cargo ship at the wharfage.

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