Hythe in old picture postcards

Hythe in old picture postcards

Auteur
:   Tony Pritchard
Gemeente
:  
Provincie
:   Hampshire
Land
:   United Kingdom
ISBN13
:   978-90-288-2102-6
Pagina's
:   80
Prijs
:   EUR 16.95 Incl BTW *

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59. Looking west along J ones Lane from its junction with Prospect Place.

60. Prospect Place on a day when Southampton Water has decided to make a takeover. This view of 1921 is looking away from the Pier Entrance. The house on the right, having been re built, is now the home of the famous inventor of the Hovercraft, Sir Christopher Cockerell.

61. An early aviating visitor to the beach at Hythe, having the name 'Wake Up England', The machine appears to be being refueled.

62. The North Foreshore during the early 1900's. This view is looking toward the Pier Entrance. 'Wick's House' is in view.

63. This view of West Road is about 1940, showing the corner where Jones Lane and Prospect Place meet.

64. Hythe School. The School came into being in 1882. The small spire was removed some thirty years ago. The road which fronts the school is 'School Road'. On maps of the late 1800's it was 'School Lane'. Maps of the era 1860 show a small school on a site where today a Working Man's Club stands.

65. Opposite the School, in School Road, is the Victorian built Coastguard Station. The building is some distance from the sea.

66. The top end of School Road (Lane), away from Hythe Centre, with the School on the left. On the right can be seen in progress the construction of some of the houses.

67. Mr. Holmes with group 4 outside Hythe School in 1900.

68. This is Mr. Holmes, headmaster of Hythe School, inside with an unspecified class, also in 1900.

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