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  • Tower of London and Tower Bridge, postcard : back

    Streets and Places
    This image shows the back of the postcard "Tower of London and Tower Bridge, postcard". A message in black ink is handwritten on the divided back postcard. Dated "7/12/22", the postcard is written by S. H. to "Miss B. N. Song". The writer writes about spending a pleasant evening having...
  • Tower of London and Tower Bridge, postcard : front

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    The image shows the Tower of London and the Tower Bridge. The White Tower with its projecting corner towers and the outer corner walls can be seen in the middle of the image. The twin towers and the high-level walkways of the Tower Bridge can be seen at a distance,...
  • Fullerton Building and Anderson Bridge, postcard : back

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    This image shows the back of the postcard "Fullerton Building and Anderson Bridge, postcard". A message in red ink is printed on the back of the postcard, which reads "Wishing you a bright & happy new year. My heart awakes with joy and song to send you greetings true along...
  • Westminster Bridge and St. Thomas' Hospital, postcard : front

    Streets and Places
    The image shows the Westminster Bridge and the St. Thomas Hospital on the opposite bank of the River Thames in London. Red double-decker buses and pedestrians are seen on the road-and-foot-traffic bridge, in the middle of the image. The bronze sculpture, Boadicea and Her Daughters is seen at one of...
  • Fullerton Building and Anderson Bridge, postcard : front

    Streets and Places
    The image shows a view of Fullerton Building and Anderson Bridge, as seen from Queen Elizabeth Walk. The steel arches with supporting steel ribs and the rusticated archways of the bridge can be seen in the middle of the picture, with the distinctive façade of the Fullerton Building behind the...
  • Westminster Bridge and St. Thomas' Hospital, postcard : back

    Streets and Places
    This image shows the back of the postcard "Westminster Bridge and St. Thomas' Hospital, postcard". A message in black ink is handwritten on the divided back postcard. Dated "29/11/22" and numbered "III", the postcard is written to "Miss J. L. Song". The writer writes to seek permission on some changes...