Identification Longshot and Talking Point 1125

  Brumas 23:02 20 Jun 2014
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Good Evening All

Last one is A GENUINE UNIDENTIFIED POSTCARD the only clue on the back of this postally unused card is the name of the publishers LEONARD NORMAN, Ipswich.

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  Brumas 23:25 20 Jun 2014

I'm turning now Folks, G'Night All.

  Aitchbee 09:40 21 Jun 2014

... those chim-chiminies would make marvellous garden flower pots or bird-tables, wouldn't you say?

  john bunyan 10:30 21 Jun 2014

I am trying a new (for me) method of trying to upload an image - this is a version of the original

enhanced copy

Still no clue where it is yet.

  john bunyan 10:32 21 Jun 2014

Try again

TRy again

  bumpkin 11:30 21 Jun 2014

I don't know if it is the photo but it looks in terrible condition, I could be wrong but are those large holes in the roof.

  john bunyan 12:25 21 Jun 2014

It got twisted!

Again:

Again

  Brumas 12:40 21 Jun 2014

Whilst giving us a clearer image all it does is irritate me because I still cannot find out where it actually is!! I trawled through quite a bit of the Suffolk section lost country homes but gave up in despair, no staying power, that's my problem at the moment.

  bumpkin 12:41 21 Jun 2014

Jock1e, thanks, of course they are when I look properly:-0

  john bunyan 13:27 21 Jun 2014

The chimneys are remarkable, maybe a clue. Brumas' link was amazing - I forgot how many such buildings used to be around. Could well be a school now, but where?

  Nontek 13:54 21 Jun 2014

I agree with Spider9, that was my immediate thought.

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