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Mill Street – c. 1910

Here’s an interesting old postcard, I recently came across… Over the years of running this site, it’s not too often I come across a postcard, I haven’t seen before, but this one is one of those rare times…

Sandwich, despite being the seat of Essex County, looked to be a pretty small and quiet place…

I believe that the postcard shot was taken from here, but it’s hard to tell without much reference… (Sorry for the link, but the embedding feature with Street View seems to be broken for the last couple of days…)

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