Identification Longshot and Talking Point 935

  Brumas 22:38 16 Aug 2013
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Good Evening All.

This is a GENUINE UNIDENTIFIED POSTCARD unposted and with no clues on the back, as usual!

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  Woolwell 22:52 16 Aug 2013

I'm looking at Buckie, Station Road. There was a Wm Geddes & Sons there.

  Woolwell 23:00 16 Aug 2013
Answer

Have a look at street view of Seafield Court, Station Road, Buckie.

  Brumas 23:18 16 Aug 2013

Woolwell There is a certain resemblance, however I am too bushed to look further, so I am turning in now, G'Night All.

  Woolwell 23:25 16 Aug 2013

Jock1e - That's it and the building to the right looks right too. Now to prove it!

  Woolwell 23:26 16 Aug 2013

The pattern of masonry on the front looks correct.

  john bunyan 09:01 17 Aug 2013

Woolwell , Jock 1e. Lazaus the 2nd

Great work, that was a difficult one.

  Brumas 09:18 17 Aug 2013

Woolwell, Well Done Having scrutinised both images I am pretty sure that you have it correct, Full marks!

  Brumas 09:22 17 Aug 2013

Jock1e, Lazarus The 2nd m.i.d. - mentioned in despatches ;o}

  Woolwell 10:44 17 Aug 2013

I didn't post a link to how I found Portessie and I've had to search again to find it Buckie heritage 1912 pdf. Would have helped if I had done it originally.

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