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Seven adults and three children to be exact. I do like these family walking picture groups, and everyone here seems to he out for an enjoyable morning stroll.   91 more words

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Smartly dressed

Just not perhaps what you would expect to wear for a walk on the promenade! Even for the 1920s it’s a little more formal than we usually see in a seaside walking picture, especially the bowler hat, brolly and fur stole. 102 more words

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Peeping...

I could not resist this small walkie.  Mother is doing her level best to ignore the guy with the cine-camera on a tripod, but young daughter is fascinated, peeping up from her toy pram.   102 more words

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Bournemouth, 1951

Just a regular post-WW2 walkie, this one dated 1951. Not as good technically as pre-War work, and probably machine developed and printed. It’s anonymous, but the owner scribbled on the back in fountain pen… 92 more words

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Three generations?

It’s the quiet nonchalance in this walkie which I like, a slow stroll down the promenade, with one lad just bouncing his rubberised swimming float about as the walkie was taken, inadvertently framing his head. 343 more words

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Palace Pier

Although this strip of three walking pictures is not identified, the seller was based near Hove and suggested to me that it might be Brighton… 211 more words

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Southend On Sea

Despite being a busy resort for Londoners for many years, walking pictures from Southend are quite thin on the ground, and those that I have found have no markings to tell you where they were taken (and have been identified only because they were posted off and carry a postmark). 92 more words

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